Contents of the SHOWCAPS.DOC file
SHOWCAPS.COM December 1986
SHOWCAPS is a memory-resident program which shows that the Caps Lock
key has been pressed to upper case by changing the shape of the cursor.
In lower case the cursor is the familiar "fat underline", but in upper
case the cursor changes to a rectangle the size of a capital letter.
Even with an AT, this program can be useful because you do not have to
take your eyes off the current line to know determine if the Caps Lock
is set to upper or lower case.
To run SHOWCAPS, simply un-ARC SHOWCAPS.COM then type SHOWCAPS .
From then on, the cursor will be an underline for lower case and a
block for upper case.