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Contents of the READ.ME file


July 21, 1990


(C) 1990 Steve Shubitz * Published Perfection!. No warranty is
expressed or implied though this book has been thoroughly tested.
Please use at your own risk. It is ok to distribute the contents
of this zip file as long as nothing is altered and their is no
charge for this "Book".

I did nothing fancy in my first book so here are the scripts:

Book Properties Script:

To Handle enterbook
hide the scrollBar
hide statusbox
Send SizeToPage
set sysCursor to 19
set sysChangesDB to false
remove menuitem "import" at both
remove menuitem "export" at both
remove menuitem "history" at both
remove menuitem "new page" at both
remove menuitem "about toolbook" at both
remove menuitem "show hotwords" at both
remove menuitem "search" at both
remove menu "Help" at both
remove menuitem "save" at reader
remove menuitem "save as" at reader
remove menuitem "print pages" at reader
remove menuitem "print report" at reader
remove menu "Text" at reader
remove menu "Page" at reader
End
to handle mouseEnter
if target contains hotword then
set sysCursor to 37
end if
end mouseEnter
to handle mouseLeave
if target contains hotword then
set sysCursor to 19
end if
end mouseLeave
to handle Next
fxWipe left fast to next page
end Next
to handle Previous
fxWipe right fast to previous page
end Previous
to handle First
fxWipe bottom fast to first page
end First
to handle Last
fxWipe left fast to last page
end Last
to handle Back
fxWipe right fast to previous page
end Back

Other objects on Opening Page

The Slide Show Button
to handle buttonUp
flip 7
end

to handle buttonUp
Select Ellipse "Ball"
Set Pattern of selection to 98
Set Pattern of selection to 103
Set Pattern of selection to 108
Set Pattern of selection to 122
Set fillColor of selection to 60, 50, 100
Set Pattern of selection to 100
Set Pattern of selection to 118
Set Pattern of selection to 119
Set Pattern of selection to 255
Set fillColor of selection to 0, 50, 100
end buttonUp

to handle buttonUp
Select Pie id 73
Set fillColor of selection to 240, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 300, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 30, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 0, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 300, 37.625, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 300, 25.125, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 60, 50, 100
end buttonUp

to handle buttonUp
Select Group id 132
Set fillColor of selection to 120, 25.125, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 180, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 120, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 60, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 30, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 0, 50, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 0, 12.5625, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 30, 12.5625, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 240, 12.5625, 100
Set fillColor of selection to 300, 25.125, 100
end buttonUp

Some HotWord Scripts On the same page:

to handle buttonUp
set my invert to true
go to page "temp"
go to page TitlePage
set my invert to false
end
to handle buttonUp
set my invert to true
Select Ellipse "Ball"
Set Pattern of selection to 98
Set Pattern of selection to 103
Set Pattern of selection to 108
Set Pattern of selection to 122
Set fillColor of selection to 60, 50, 100
Set Pattern of selection to 100
Set Pattern of selection to 118
Set Pattern of selection to 119
Set Pattern of selection to 255
Set fillColor of selection to 0, 50, 100
go to page "temp"
Select Group "pointer"
Move the selection to 3276, 4585
Move the selection to 3486, 4285
Move the selection to 3981, 4270
Move the selection to 4251, 4270
Move the selection to 4221, 3655
Move the selection to 4131, 2200
Move the selection to 4086, 1465
Move the selection to 3606, 625
Move the selection to 4686, 580
Move the selection to 4401, 1600
Move the selection to 4026, 2530
Move the selection to 3591, 3730
Move the selection to 3381, 4210
Move the selection to 3201, 4570
Move the selection to 3126, 4750
go to page "TitlePage"
set my invert to false
end buttonUp

to handle buttonUp
Select Ellipse "Ball"
Set Pattern of selection to 98
Set Pattern of selection to 103
Set Pattern of selection to 108
Set Pattern of selection to 122
Set fillColor of selection to 60, 50, 100
Set Pattern of selection to 100
Set Pattern of selection to 118
Set Pattern of selection to 119
Set Pattern of selection to 255
Set fillColor of selection to 0, 50, 100
go to page "temp"
Select IrregularPolygon "pointer"
Move the selection to 3630, 4005
Move the selection to 3870, 2310
Move the selection to 4005, 1290
Move the selection to 4020, 1080
Move the selection to 4095, 540
Move the selection to 3945, 1770
Move the selection to 3930, 1950
Move the selection to 3810, 2505
Move the selection to 3660, 3900
Move the selection to 3330, 4455
go to page "TitlePage"
end buttonUp

Some may also find interest in the scripts on the Order Page which
is the last page in the book:

to handle buttonUp
Select Button "Button 13"
Set PrinterStyle to groups
Set PrinterMargins to 1440, 1440, 1440, 1440
Set PrinterGutters to 360, 360
Set PrinterFields to "Order Clip 1 Today,Order Clip 1 Today 2"
Set PrinterFieldWidths to "3180,3180"
Set PrinterFieldNames to false
Set PrinterClipText to false
Set PrinterConditions to "IdNumber of this Background = 1"
Set PrinterGroupsAcross to 1
Start Spooler
Go to page "7"
Print 1
End Spooler
end buttonUp

The record field script
to handle mouseEnter
set sysCursor to 15
end
to handle mouseLeave
set sysCursor to 19
end


Thank's to Asymetrix for writing ToolBook and The Cobb Group for
ToolBook Companion. If I could give one tip
to authors of Books it would be to pencil out each page in
thumbnail form and set your target reader as well as what you want
to communicate/sell/inform/ or identify. Do this BEFORE you ever
begin to create your Book. I can not stress the importance of this
critical step in the Design process enough....It will save you

dozens of hours. If you are more of the programmer type then find
a good Designer to work with (like me) BEFORE the project is
started.

And if you will bare with me a little commercial please.

May 22,1990 La Jolla, California...Steve Shubitz, President of
Published Perfection! announced a line of Graphic Enhancements
specifically created for Windows 3.0.

1) Custom designed high quality color" wallpaper" clip art
available immediately. Over 8 MB of color .bmp files are included
in the first collection titled Clip 1 which is priced at $19.95.
A wide assortment of clip art is available in the first collection
along with the ability to create your own custom
desktops/wallpaper and use the art in your own publications. All
of the clip art is device independent so it prints at the highest
resolution of the output device. Functionality with the Windows 3
clipboard and any Windows 3 application is supported. Seven more
disks will be released within 3 months. Samples may be obtained on
Compuserve in winapa,winapb,dtpforum, and mswin.

2) Animation images to be used with HDC's First Apps and Asymetrix
Toolbook. The first collection will be released in September of
1990.

3) The first of a series of HyperCard like stacks with links to
Toolbook. Design 1 will be released in September of 1990 and
feature a
basic course on Design for the Electronic Publisher with full
graphics and text in an easy to learn 12 step process.

To order Clip 1 please send your check or money order for $19.95
to:

Steve Shubitz
Published Perfection!
7486 La Jolla Blvd. Suite 552
La Jolla CA. 92037
CIS # 72047,3402

California residents should also include 7.00% sales tax. Please
specify 5.25 or 3.50 disk format. My CIS PPN is 72047,3402

**eof**


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