Dec 292017
 
Forces a Microsoft Mouse to emulate the cursor keys.
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Forces a Microsoft Mouse to emulate the cursor keys.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CURSOR.DOC 1152 623 deflated
CURSOR.MNU 53 44 deflated

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Contents of the CURSOR.DOC file


CURSOR KEYS EMULATION DRIVER for the Microsoft Mouse (tm)
(c) 1986 by Andy Frish

The file CURSOR.MNU which is included with this documentation is a menu for
to be used with the Microsoft Mouse (tm) MENU.COM program.

The syntax to execute the file is:

MENU CURSOR

You will see no obvious change at the DOS prompt, however, when you enter
any program which uses the cursor keys (up,down,left,right), you can now
use your mouse to jockey the cursor around the screen rather than repeatedly
hitting the cursor keys. I have included this is my AUTOEXEC file so that
it stays resident and I use it with several LISTing utilities as well as
my text editors and word processors. It has come in very handy.

In addition, you will find that your left mouse button is defined as
page up (PgUp) and your right mouse button as page down (PgDn). Pressing
both mouse buttons simultaneously will issue an escape (Esc).

Comments or suggestions are welcome. I can be reached via:
The Shelter DBBS 1200/2400/24hrs (201) 783-7458
).

Comments or suggestions are welcome. I can be reached via:
The Shelter DBBS 1200


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