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EPLUS v2.53 - from VBARNET Software. Full-Featured Editor PLUS, Mouse Settings, Clipboard, Calculator, Puzzle, Ascii Table, and Calendar.

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EPLUS v2.53 - from VBARNET Software.
Full-Featured Editor PLUS, Mouse Settings,
Clipboard, Calculator, Puzzle, Ascii Table,
and Calendar. SHAREWARE! by Barry Davis, Sr.

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EPLUS v2.53 – from VBARNET Software. Full-Featured Editor PLUS, Mouse Settings, Clipboard, Calculator, Puzzle, Ascii Table, and Calendar.
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Contents of the EPLUS.DOC file

Here is some of the documentation for EPlus
There is more to come in the near future!

The Only difference of the REGISTERED version is the Nag screen is gone and
is will pass a command line filename direct to the editor.


The VBARNET SOFTWARE Programs and Utilities and their documents
are distributed 'as is'. The Author makes no warrants, either
express or implied, as to appropriateness or suitability for
any particular use of this product, or to the accuracy of this
or other related documentation, nor to the error-free
operation of the software. Except as may be provided by law,
neither the Author nor any duly authorized representatives may
be held liable for any damages or loss resulting from the use
of, or the inability to use, this product.


We bring this under the SHAREWARE concept! Also this keeps more updates
and new programs coming! Also it will help keep our bbs phone bills paid!!!!

You may copy & distribute this program freely, provided that:

1) No fee is charged for such copying and distribution, and
2) It is distributed ONLY in its original, unmodified state.

This package can be freely distributed so long as it is not modified or sold
for profit. If you find that this program is valuable, you can send me a
donation for what you think it is worth. I suggest about $20.

SUPPORT of the Product
This program is still being upgraded and improved. This program is NOT
crippled in any way. This is a FULL WORKING version of Editor Plus!

If you would like to see more programs and updates to this as well as others
by VBARNET SOFTWARE, then send us a donation. A $20.00 donation is not
alot and wouldn't break anyone's pocket. All I ask is that if you use it,
please mail in the form below to us so we know who is using the program and
to be able to identify you if you choose to contact us for support by mail or
by our Support BBS.


File viewer:
A file viewer views the contents of a text file. You can use the
arrow keys to move about in the file. A file is loaded via the
{FileOpen:FOpen} menu item.

Up Move up one line
Down Move down one line
Right Move right one column
Left Move left one column
PgUp Move one page up
PgDn Move one page down
Home View right most column of the file
End View left most column of the file
Ctrl-PgUp View top of file
Ctrl-PgDn View bottom of file.

File viewers can be resized and moved using the {Windows} menu.

The puzzle window is a small game. The object is to get the characters
to form the following pattern:


Clicking the mouse on a tile next to the empty space moves the tile
into the space. Pressing one of the cursor keys (up, down, left, or
right arrow) moves a tile into the empty space in the direction
indicated by the cursor key. The move counter is updated every time
a tile is moved.

The calculator is a simple four-function calculator with add, subtract,
multiply, and divide. To operate the calculator you can either use the
keyboard or press the buttons on the calculator with the mouse. The 'C'
key clears the calculator, the '' key will erases the last character
typed, and the '' key toggles the value from positive to negative (the
keyboard equivalent of '' is '_').

The calendar displays the current month, highlighting todays date. The
next and previous months can be viewed using the '+' or '-' keys
respectivly. The mouse can also be used to change the month by pressing
the or icons.

ASCII Table:
The ASCII table displays the entire IBM PC character set. The current
character is marked by a blinking block cursor, and the hexadecimal and
decimal ASCII values of the character are displayed below the chart. A
new character is selected by pressing it on the keyboard, by clicking
the mouse on it in the chart, or by moving the cursor using the cursor

(System) menu: (Alt-Spacebar)
The System menu appears on the far left of the menu bar and is
represented by the symbol.

When you pull down the menu, you see

{About:SAbout} {Puzzle:SPuzzle}
{Calendar:SCalendar} {Ascii Table:SAsciiTable}

When you choose the About command from the (System) menu, a
dialog box appears, showing copyright and version information.

To close the box, press Esc, Space, or Enter, or click the OK

The Puzzle menu item opens a small {puzzle} game.

The Calendar menu item opens a small {calendar} which displays
the current month. It also allows you to view other months.

ASCII table:
The ASCII menu items opens an {ASCII Table:AsciiTable} that
displays the IBM PC character set.

When you choose Calculator, a four-function {calculator} is
opened on the desktop.

File (Alt-F):
The File menu offers choices for opening files, changing
directories, and exiting the program.

{Open:FOpen} {Change Dir:FChangeDir} {FExit}

FileOpen (F3):
The Open command displays the Open a File dialog box. In this
dialog box you select the text file you want browse in a
{file viewer:Viewer}.

The {Open a File:FOFileOpenDBox} dialog box contains:

an {input box:FOName} with a history list
a {list box:FOFiles} to browse the directory
the standard {Cancel:CancelBtn} button
{Open:FOOpenBtn} action button
an information panel that describes the
selected file

FileChange Dir...
FileChange Dir brings up the {Change Directory:FCChDirDBox}
dialog box, in which you can change the current directory.

FileDOS Shell:
With the DOS Shell command, you can leave the program temporarily
to perform a DOS command or run another program.

To return to this program, type EXIT at the DOS prompt.

FileExit (Alt-X:
The Exit command terminates this program.

Window (Alt-W):
The Window menu contains commands to close, move and perform
other window-management commands.

Most of the windows in this program have all the standard window
elements, including scroll bars, a close box, and zoom icons.

For more about windows and their elements, refer to windows.

Window-management commands

{Size/Move:WSizeMove} {Zoom:WZoom}
{Tile:WTile} {Cascade:WCascade}
{Next:WNext} {Previous:WPrevious}

WindowSize/Move (Ctrl-F5:
Choose this command to change the size or position of the active


If you press Shift while you use the arrow keys, you can change
the size of the active window. Once you've adjusted its size or
position, press Enter.

If a window has a Resize corner, you can drag that corner to
resize the window.


When you choose WindowSize/Move, the active window moves in
response to the arrow keys. Once you've moved the window to where
you want it, press Enter.

You can also move a window by dragging its title bar with the

WindowZoom (F5:
Choose Zoom to resize the active window to the maximum size. If
the window is already zoomed, you can choose this command to
restore it to its previous size.

You can also double-click anywhere on the window's title bar
(except where an icon appears) to zoom or unzoom the window.

Choose WindowTile to tile all file viewers on the desktop.



Tiled Windows

Choose WindowCascade to stack all file viewers on the desktop.


Cascaded Windows

Choose Next to cycle forwards through the windows on the desktop.

Choose Previous to cycle backwards through the windows on the desktop.

WindowClose (Alt-F3:
Choose Close to close the active window.

You can also click the Close box in the upper right corner to
close a window.

Options (Alt-O):
The Options menu contains commands that let
you change {color:OColors} and {mouse:OMouse} default settings.

The Mouse command brings up the {Mouse Options:OMMouseDBox}
dialog box, where you can set various options that control how your
mouse works, including:

how fast a double-click is
which mouse button (right or left) is

The Colors item brings up the {Colors dialog:OCColorsDBox} box,
where you can customize the colors of the display.

Help on Open a File Dialog Box:
The Open a File dialog box contains an input box, a {file list:FOFiles},
a file information panel, the standard button {Cancel:CancelBtn},
one other action button ({Open:FOOpenBtn}), plus a history list
that's attached to the {Name inputbox:FOName}.


The Name input box is where you enter the name of the file to
load, or the file-name mask to use as a filter for the Files list
box (for example, *.*).



The Files list box lists the names of files in the current
directory that match the file-name mask in the Name input box,
plus the parent directory and all subdirectories.

HELLO.TXT 52 Jul 14,1990 12:00pm

The File information panel shows the path name, file name, date,
time, and size of the selected file.

None of the items on this information panel are selectable.

[ Open ]

The Open button opens a new Viewer window and places the selected
file in that window.

[ Cancel ]

If you choose Cancel, nothing changes and no action occurs, and
the dialog box is put away.

(Esc always cancels a dialog box, even if a Cancel button does
not appear.)

[ Open ]

In the Open a File dialog box, if you choose the Open button
TVDEMO opens a new {file viewer:Viewer} and places the selected
file in that window.

Help on the Change Directory dialog box:
The Change Directory dialog box consists of an input box, a list
box, the standard OK and Help buttons, and two other buttons
(Chdir and Revert).

Directory Name

The Directory Name input box is where you type in the path of the
new directory.

Directory Tree

The Directory Tree list box enables you to navigate directories
by using the selecting bar and pressing Enter.

If you're using the keyboard, press Enter to make the selected
directory be the current directory, then choose OK or press Esc
to exit the dialog box.

[Chdir ]

The Chdir button changes the current directory once you've
selected or typed in a directory name.


The Revert button goes back to the previous directory, as long as
you haven't yet exited the dialog box.

Help on the Mouse Options dialog box:
This dialog box consists of one check box, one slider bar, and
the standard buttons OK and Cancel.

Mouse Double Click
Slow Medium Fast

The Mouse Double Click slider bar adjusts the double-click speed of
your mouse.

[X] Reverse Mouse Buttons

Reverse Mouse Buttons makes the right mouse button take on the
normal functions of the left--and vice versa.

See also:

{OptionsMouse... menu command:OMouse}

Help on the Colors dialog box:
The Colors dialog box consists of two list boxes, a text display
area, the standard OK, Cancel, and Help buttons, and one of the

On color and black-and-white systems, it
also contains two color palettes.
On monochrome systems, it contains a set
of radio buttons instead of the palettes.

This dialog box is where you can change the colors of different
parts of this program.

Ascii table

The Group list box contains the names of the different regions of
the program that you can customize.


When you select a group from the Group list, the Item list box
displays the names of the different views in that region.

Foreground Background

On color and black-and-white systems, you use the Foreground and
Background palettes to modify colors.

() Mono low
( ) Mono high
( ) Mono underscore
( ) Mono inverse

On monochrome systems, you use the Colors set of radio buttons
systems to modify the character attributes.

Text Text Text
Text Text Text

On all systems, the display text (above the Help button) shows
the current color or attribute settings.

Changes do not take effect on the desktop until you close the
Colors dialog box by choosing OK.

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