Category : Utilities for DOS and Windows Machines
Archive   : MOUSE820.ZIP
Filename : MSHELP.TXT

 
Output of file : MSHELP.TXT contained in archive : MOUSE820.ZIP
~WELCOME_SCREEN
The Setup screens includes Instruction windows like
this one. To find out about a particular option, select that
option. An explanation will appear in the Instruction window.
Use Page Up and Page Down to scroll through Instructions.
To exit from the Setup program at any time, choose Exit.

~DISIN_SCREEN

Setup copies this information to a file on your disk.
The information is used for copyright protection.

~DRIVER_FOUND_SCREEN
To write over the existing mouse driver, select Yes.

To create a new directory for your mouse, select No,
then enter the new directory in the next screen.

~DIRECTORY

This field indicates the drive and directory where
Setup installs the mouse files. If the directory
you tell Setup to use doesn't exist, it is created
when Setup copies the mouse driver files.

Do not choose a ram drive unless your computer
preserves this memory when it is turned off. Do not
choose a network drive unless your computer connects
to the network each time you turn it on.

~MSDOS_INSTALL

Setup installs the files necessary to
use your mouse in MS-DOS.

~WIN_INSTALL

Setup installs the files necessary to use
your mouse in Windows.

~DOSWIN_INSTALL

Setup installs the files necessary to use your
mouse in Windows and MS-DOS.

~CUSTOM_INSTALL

You can select the files you'd like Setup to install.

~CUSTOM_INTRO

Use the mouse, the tab key, or the arrow keys to move
through the window. Click the mouse or press the space
bar to select the files you'd like Setup to install.

~MSDOS_DRIVER

Setup installs the files necessary to use
your mouse in MS-DOS.

~WIN_DRIVER

Setup installs the files necessary to use
your mouse in Windows.

~CPANEL

Setup installs the files for the Mouse Control Panel in MS-DOS.
The Mouse Control Panel lets you customize your mouse. For
example, you can change mouse sensitivity and acceleration.

~POINT

Setup installs the files for the Mouse Control Panel in Windows.
The Mouse Control Panel lets you customize your mouse. For
example, you can change mouse sensitivity and acceleration.

~README

Contains important notes that weren't available
at the time the User's Guide went to print.

~OPTIONS_BTN

Lets you access a set of options so that you can
customize your system for use with the mouse.

~OPTIONS_INTRO

Use the mouse, the tab key, or the arrow keys to move
through the window. Click the mouse or press the space
bar to select the desired options.

~MODIFY_PATH

Adds the directory you specified in Setup to the
PATH statement in your AUTOEXEC.BAT file. If no
PATH statement exists, one is created. Note that Setup
creates a backup of an existing AUTOEXEC.BAT file
in the root directory.

~ACTIVATE_LCD

Automatically makes the mouse pointer larger
and reverses its color to improve its visibility.

~LOAD_AUTO
Adds a line containing MOUSE.COM to the AUTOEXEC.BAT
file. If you don't select this option, you will have to load the
mouse manually every time you start your computer. To load
the mouse driver manually, see the User's Guide.

~FINAL_SCRN_ORIENT
Restart your computer to complete the installation process.
After you restart your computer, the Orient program runs
automatically so that you can set the buttons and orientation
of your BallPoint mouse.

~FINAL_SCRN_GEN
Restart your computer to complete the installation process.
To customize your mouse after restart, use one of the
following methods to run the Mouse Control Panel:

If you installed the mouse for Windows, double-click
the mouse icon in Windows.

If you installed the mouse for MS-DOS, type 'CPANEL'
at the system prompt.

~COPY_FILES

Please wait...

~ENDOFHELP




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Archive   : MOUSE820.ZIP
Filename : MSHELP.TXT

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