Dec 122017
U.S. Constitution as a Windows Help File format.
File CONSTI.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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U.S. Constitution as a Windows Help File format.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CONSTI.HLP 103415 32895 deflated
README.TXT 1792 923 deflated

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Contents of the README.TXT file


Copy the file CONSTI.HLP to your Windows directory. To run the

a) double click it from File Manager, or

b) add it to one of your existing program groups by selecting
File-New from the Program Manager menu. Then select Program Item
and in the dialog box that follows, for Description, enter

The Constitution

For Command Line, enter


Click OK and the Help Question Mark icon will appear in your
program group.

The Constitution itself is public domain, however this edition
with search key words, hypertext jumps, quick reference guide,
and browse sequences compiled as a Windows (tm) Help file
is Copyright (c) 1993 by Arbor Verde Press and is being
distributed as shareware.

If you like the program and plan on continuing to use it, the
registration fee is $5.00.

If you would like complete registration including a disk with
the original RTF file and help project file, which would allow you
to modify/recompile the program and/or call context sensitive
help to the Constitution from your application, plus any modifications,
corrections or updates to the help file, the registration
fee is $15.00. Please state disk size preference. Note: to modify/edit
the file, you will need a word processor capable of saving in RTF
(Rich Text Format; most Windows word processors will).
To compile the RTF file into help, you need a copy of the Windows
Help Compiler (not included). The file was originally prepared for
Help compilation using WexTech's Doc-To-Help and Microsoft Word.

Make checks or money orders payable to:

Arbor Verde Press
P.O. Box 5107
Tucson, AZ 85703-0107

Comments may be sent via compuserve to CISID 73510,3550

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