Category : File Managers
Archive   : EASY.ZIP
Filename : EDIT.MHH

 
Output of file : EDIT.MHH contained in archive : EASY.ZIP
Store a list of DOS commands, including BATCH files.

Ú MAIN MENU # 1 ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³TITLE >Û ³ If first 3 characters are REM, item is disabled
³MENU/C> ³ Call a MENU here. Or DOS prompt command.
³ C> ³ DOS prompt command.
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INS to toggle Insert/Overwrite. CTRL-Y to delete a line.
Call / create a menu.

Ú MAIN MENU # 2 ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³TITLE >Disk commands ³ What this menu does.
³MENU/C>MENU DISK ³ MENU menuname (1 to 8 characters)
³ C> ³ These lines are ignored.
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DOS command.

Ú MAIN MENU # 3 ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³TITLE >Check disk ³ Let's check the disk files.
³MENU/C>CHKDSK /F ³ Give the DOS command.
³ C>PAUSE ³ Wait, read screen.
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TeleCommunications Software Program.

Ú MAIN MENU # 3 ÄÄÄÄÄÄÄ¿
³TITLE >Communications ³ Let's use the MODEM to pay the bills.
³MENU/C> ³ Leave blank for expansion to MENU.
³ C>CD \PROCOMM ³ Change to ProComm sub-directory.
³ C>PROCOMM /FBANK ³ Call ProComm with BANK.CMD auto-logon.
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Notes:
The PATH is ALWAYS reset.
Batch file reserves 3K until done.
PATH+ add to current PATH.
REM TITLE > disable ALL lines.
REM C> disable line or entire menu.

See the CONTROL section, to stop the PATH from being reset.
REBOOT COMMANDS - detailed in the manual.

EASYMENU REBOOT Reboot system - like CTRL-ALT-DEL or power-on
EASYMENU AUTOEXEC Reboot & use AUTOEXEC.NEW not AUTOEXEC.BAT
EASYMENU CONFIG Reboot & use CONFIG.NEW not CONFIG.SYS
EASYMENU AUTOEXEC CONFIG Reboot & use AUTOEXEC.NEW & CONFIG.NEW
EASYMENU LOCKUP Lock PC & disable CTRL-ALT-DEL for power off
Displays message telling user to power down


  3 Responses to “Category : File Managers
Archive   : EASY.ZIP
Filename : EDIT.MHH

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