Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : GUIDE75.ZIP
Filename : HELP.TUT

 
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I. From the Tutorials Menu, you may do one of three things:

Display this Help screen
Select a tutorial to review
Go back to the Main Menu


To Display the Help Screen you are reading now:

Highlight the first item on the Tutorials Menu, and
press the RETURN key. UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW move
up and down, respectively, in the help text. HOME
(or LEFT ARROW) moves to the beginning of the text.
END (or RIGHT ARROW) moves to the end of the text.
PAGE UP and PAGE DOWN move one screenful closer to
the beginning and end, respectively, of the text.
Press ESCAPE to return to the Tutorials Menu.


To select a Tutorial:

a. Use the cursor movement keys to highlight a tutorial
name. UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW move up and down,
respectively, in the list. HOME (or LEFT ARROW)
moves to the beginning of the list. END (or RIGHT
ARROW) moves to the end of the list.

b. Press the RETURN key. This will replace the
Tutorials Menu with a Tutorial Window.


To go back to the Main Menu:
Press the ESCAPE key.




II. From a Tutorial Window, you may do six things:

Review the tutorial
Select a statute to review along with the tutorial
Toggle to the Statute Window if a statute has been
selected
Go back to the Tutorials Menu
Go back to the Program Main Menu
Quit the program completely to DOS


To Review a Tutorial:

UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW move up and down,
respectively, in the text. HOME (or LEFT ARROW)
moves to the beginning of the text. END (or RIGHT
ARROW) moves to the end of the text. PAGE UP and
PAGE DOWN move one screenful closer to the beginning
or end, respectively, of the text.

To Select a Statute:
Press the S (or s) key. This will bring up the Statutes
Menu.

To Toggle the Display to an Already-Selected Statute:
Press the O (or o) key. The Statute Window will cover
the Tutorial Window.

To go back to the Tutorial Menu:
Press the ESCAPE key.


To go back to the Program Main Menu:
Press the M (or m) key.


To quit the program completely to DOS:
Press the X (or x) key.




III. From the Statutes Menu, you may do one of two things:

Select a statute for display
Go back to the Tutorial Window


To Select a Statute:

a. Use the cursor movement keys to highlight a statute
name. UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW move up and down,
respectively, in the list. HOME (or LEFT ARROW)
moves to the beginning of the list. END (or RIGHT
ARROW) moves to the end of the list.

b. Press the RETURN key. This will replace the Statutes
Menu with a Statute Window.

To Go Back to the Tutorial Window:
Press the ESCAPE key.





IV. From a Statute Window, you may do one of six things:

Review the statute
Toggle back to the Tutorial Window
Select a different statute from the Statutes Menu
Go back to the Tutorial Menu
Go back to the Program Main Menu
Quit the Program completely to DOS


To Review the Statute:

UP ARROW and DOWN ARROW move up and down,
respectively, in the text. HOME (or LEFT ARROW)
moves to the beginning of the text. END (or RIGHT
ARROW) moves to the end of the text. PAGE UP and
PAGE DOWN move one screenful closer to the beginning
or end, respectively, of the text.


To Toggle Back to the Tutorial Window:
Press the O (or o) key. The Tutorial Window will cover
the Statute Window.


To Select a Different Statute:
Press the S (or s) key. This will bring up the Statutes
Menu.


To Go Back to the Tutorial Menu:
Press the ESCAPE key.


To Go Back to the Program Main Menu:
Press the M (or m) key.

To Quit the Program Completely to DOS:
Press the X (or x) key.


  3 Responses to “Category : Databases and related files
Archive   : GUIDE75.ZIP
Filename : HELP.TUT

  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.

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