Category : Miscellaneous Language Source Code
Archive   : COBOL701.ZIP
Filename : WORD.CMD

Output of file : WORD.CMD contained in archive : COBOL701.ZIP
Cobol Wordprocessor reference

The Cobol wordprocessor is based on the (tm) WordStar command set.
If you already know WordStar then you already know how to use the
Cobol Wordprocessor.

Here is a list of available commands. Note: the ^ means that you
must hold down the control key while you press the command key.

You may also use the F-10 function key to bring down the menu.

The wordprocessor will automatically assign the .COB extension to your

^A Left Word ^Q^S To left on line
^S Left Character ^Q^D To right on line
^D Right Character ^Q^J Jump to marker
^F Right Word ^Q^I Toggle auto indent mode
^E Up Line ^Q^R To top of File
^X Down Line ^Q^C To end of File
^R Up Page ^Q^B To begin of Block
^C Down Page ^Q^K To end of Block
^W Scroll Up ^Q 1 Jump to Marker 1
^Z Scroll Down ^Q 2 Jump to Marker 2
RETURN New Line .... ....
^N Insert Line ^Q 9 Jump to Marker 9
^G, DEL Delete Character ^Q^Y Delete Line Right
BKSP Delete Left Character ^Q^F Find Pattern
^I Tab ^Q^A Find and Replace
^T Delete Word
^Y Delete Line ^K^S Save File & Resume
^B Reformat Paragraph ^K^D Save & Open file
^V Toggle Insert Mode ^K^X Exit to DOS
^L Find Next Occurrence ^K^Q Abandon & open file
^J Beginning/End of line ^K 1 Set Marker 1
^P Insert Char by ASCII ^K 2 Set Marker 2
.... ....
^O^O Open new window ^K 9 Set Marker 9
^O^L Set Left Margin ^K^B Begin Block
^O^R Set Right Margin ^K^K End Block
^O^C Center Line ^K^H Hide Block
^O^K Change Case ^K^C Copy Block
^O^S Set UNDO Limit ^K^V Move Block
^O^W Toggle Wordwrap Mode ^K^Y Delete Block
^O^G Goto other window ^K^W Write Block
^O^I Goto Column ^K^R Read block
^O^N Goto Line ^K^M Set marker
^O^Y Destroy window ^K^T Define tab width
ESC Undo last change ^K^L Lightning spell check
F10 Activate Pulldown Menus

  3 Responses to “Category : Miscellaneous Language Source Code
Archive   : COBOL701.ZIP
Filename : WORD.CMD

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: