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QuickPrint 2.75. An ASCII text print and view utility. Adds formfeeds as needed to unformatted documents. Prints multiple documents. Great for printing source code.
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QuickPrint 2.75. An ASCII text print and view utility. Adds formfeeds as needed to unformatted documents. Prints multiple documents. Great for printing source code.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
QP.DOC 24924 7899 deflated
QP.EXE 29276 27375 deflated
README.1ST 4556 1610 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file


November 03, 1991

Welcome to QuickPrint version 2.75!

To start the program type QP at the DOS prompt. This will
display a list of files in your curent directory. Use the arrow keys
to scroll down to "QP.DOC" and press .

You may go directly into the documentation file by typing
"QP QP.DOC". To print the file press the ALT-P combination
once you are are viewing the file.

Changes in version 2.75...

** Configurable settings are now saved as new defaults.
* Can now set number of characters printed per line (ALT-W)
* The footer now honors the left hand margin setting and
will line up with the text.
* The highlighted filename in the directory listing is
now additionaly highlighted with an arrow on mono
monitors to correct a bug where the highlight bar is
sometimes not visible.

Changes in version 2.70...

- Bug fixed with memory allocation when printing multiple
blocks of text.
- Block feature enhaced.
- File delete and file rename features added to directory.

Changes in version 2.60...

- Bug fixed when printing on laser printers. First line
of text on each page is now correctly lined up on left
hand side.
- Much better directory handling. Can now use dos wildcards.
- Can toggle the footer and page numbering on and off.
- Bug fixed in display of page number.
- Bug fixed when highlighting blocks of text.
- PgUp and PgDn keys when viewing the file directory
now leave the scroll bar alone - they no longer center
the bar in the middle of the screen.

Changes in version 2.50...

- Can now print blocks of text!
- F1 calls up a help screen
- Upper right hand corner now displays page number ( instead
of screen number )
- Can send a formfeed to the printer with Alt-F
( formfeeds are now *not* automatically sent to
printer at the beginning of a print job )
- Can send a linefeed to printer with Alt-R
- Alt-X now used to exit program directly to DOS
- Space bar now used to tag/untag filenames
- Alt-D can delete all tagged filenames at once
- Bug fixed in restoring cursor on mono monitors
- Bug fixed when scrolling up
- Bug fixed to prevent double reading of last line of text


Changes in version 2.01...

- Can now press to exit the Alt-M and Alt-N procedures
without changing the values. Input is not required as it
previously was.
- Several bugs were fixed related to these two procedures.


Changes in version 2.00...

- Can now print with line numbers ( ALT-L )
- User ability to change number of lines printed per page ( ALT-N )
- User ability to add a margin to left side of page ( ALT-M )
- Faster loading of file into memory
- Time added to footer
- File pick list now shows time in civilian time
- Fixed bug in the detection of formfeeds
- Fixed bug that somtimes caused footer to be printed
lower on the page if long lines of text wrapped around
and took two printed lines on the page
- Better error handling of printer problems
- Fixed minor bug with number of pages to print display
(on the bottom line)
- Bug Fixed that locked program when selecting
a list of files
- Changed the configuration of the bar windows


Changes in version 1.5 ...

- Support for tagging and printing multiple files
- Faster loading of files into memory
- Repeatedly pressing a character key while in the
picklist will scroll you through the list of files
beginning with that character ( enhanced searching )
- Space bar can now be used to stop printing
- Colors have been changed


Thank you.

Joseph L. DeRose CompuServe # 71541,743
825 Dora Place GEnie: J.DeRose1
Bel Air, MD 21014


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