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A full featured WYSIWYG ASCII word processor from EagleWare. Printer support, multiple files/windows, formatting, etc. This version corrects minor printing problem.
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A full featured WYSIWYG ASCII word processor from EagleWare. Printer support, multiple files/windows, formatting, etc. This version corrects minor printing problem.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
EPSMX80.PDF 61 54 deflated
EW.EW1 74816 17945 deflated
EW.EXE 161888 72533 deflated
EW.HLP 78629 17859 deflated
EW.MAC 532 263 deflated
EWKEY.EXE 34960 15951 deflated
EWORD.DOC 84034 21273 deflated
HPLASF.PDF 298 101 deflated
OKI92.PDF 57 50 deflated
PLAIN.PDF 27 11 deflated

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Contents of the EWORD.DOC file




EagleWord v1.01 - 01 February 1990


E A G L E W a r e (tm) 1987,1988,1989,1990





The Eagle's Nest
Post Office Box 30416
Yukon Station
Jacksonville, Florida 32230








































>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<< 18 February 1989 version 1.00

Some of the major features of EagleWord are:

** Use of all available memory for text editing !! With MS-DOS 3.3 and
Turbo Lightning loaded as a TSR, I have been able to edit a 370k text
file. (Those systems with EMM should be able to edit even larger
files.)

** Spell checker and Thesaurus support via Borland's (tm) Turbo Lighning
Spell checker. (Transparent to the user)

** On-line Help. Help with all EagleWord commands is available via the F1
Key.

** Macros support - Load, Store, Playback, Record, and Built-in Macro
editor.

** Built-in Shell - Drop to DOS while EagleWord is still loaded.

** Multiple Windows - Open up to 6 different windows/files and copy, move
text between them. Have all 6 on screen or Zoom between them, even
Resize those open.

** System Status - Simple System information is available at all times to
keep you abreast of available memory, disk space and the status of your
working file. (# of words, lines, bytes, pages)

** Text Block commands - Search & Replace - Import/Export text

** Font support - (Bold, Double, Underscore, Superscript, Subscript,
Compressed, and Italic)

** Several Printers Supported - Okidata, Epson, IBM, HPlaser. Provisions
included for custom printer definition.

** Set right margin up to 999 !! (Great for programmers !)

** User defined Colors & Keystroke definitions - Colors can be setup and
saved. Keystroke definitions can be changed to the users liking via the
EWKEY.EXE utility program. All changes are recorded and appropriate
entries made to the on-line help file so that keystroke definitions
match the on-line help.

** Special Video Support - Turn CGA snow checking on/off. And EGA 43/50
line support is provided.

Legal Stuff: Your use of this software is at your own risk. EagleWare
will not be responsible for any damages from the result of use or
misuse of EagleWord. All source code is copywrited by me and will not
be made available. Okidata, IBM, MS, Microsoft, Logitech, Borland,
HPlaser, Epson, PCBoard, and EagleWord/EagleWare are all registered or
pending trademarks.


>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

Many, hours went into the final production of EagleWord. In the past
all EagleWare Software was presented free, and if the user liked the
program, a donation was asked. But only if the user wanted to
contribute. We still maintain the FREE concept, but if you like the
program, a contribution of $25 would be appreciated. Again, it is NOT
mandatory to contribute to my disk, and paper supply, just let your
conscience be your guide. And if you do contribute, I will do my utmost
to provide you with timely user support via a BBS system. Those that
don't, well you get the idea.

Other EagleWare products:

EAGLE115.ZIP - Fast simple Text editor
EAGLEWT.ZIP - Simple timed execution utility
EAGLELOT.ZIP - Florida Lottery Generator program. Both a
stand-alone and PCBoard Door versions.
EAGLEFMT.ZIP - Simple Batch file program to format with both drives
ECVD-B08.ZIP - PCBoard Door programs to auto-verify users and fight
telephone line noise. Call_Back & Verify Doors.
EDIFF20.ZIP - Sort and compare differences between two captured BBS
listings and file/print the results.
TM18A.ZIP - Turbo Menu. Fast user friendly menu system, network
compatible, user defined setup, color, hotkeys, and
password protection. Mouse support, Not a TSR !
EAGLEFF.ZIP* - Simple disk/file search utility
EAGLETL.ZIP* - Terminal/system lock program with message center.
ESORT.ZIP * - Sorting utility, faster and better than DOS's sort.
ETFIND.ZIP * - Fast text finder.
MWAIT.ZIP * - Use in batch files, places a 1 to 10 second wait in
your batch files. Mouse aware!
MPAUSE.ZIP * - Use in batch files, replace DOS's pause command.
Mouse aware !
(* = These software items comes packaged with Turbo Menu also !)

EW101.ZIP Distribution disk contains the following files:

EPSMX80.PDF...Print Driver for Epson MX80 printers
HPLAS.PDF.....Print Driver for HP Laser printers
OKI92.PDF.....Print Driver for Okidata printers
PLAIN.PDF.....Print Driver for normal IBM printers
EW.EXE........EagleWord Executable program
EW.HLP........EagleWord on-line help file
EW.EW1........EWKEY.EXE utility file
EW.MAC........EagleWord Macro file
EWORD.DOC.....EagleWord Documentation
EWKEY.EXE.....EagleWord Utility to change key-stroke commands

To Print the EWORD.DOC file. Load it in EagleWord. Make sure the
margins are set as follows:

Left = 5 - Right = 75 - Top = 3 - Bottom = 8 - Page length = 66


>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

To use EagleWord, enter EW at the DOS prompt... ie:
C:\EAGLEWORD > EW

There are several files that *MUST* be in the default directory for
EagleWord to work properly, These are: EW.EXE EW.HLP EW.MNU If you
want mouse support (run MENU EW) Those that use the mouse will know
what I mean here. ??.PDF Select one of the Printer definition files
(.PDF)

To re-define keys the follow programs *MUST* be the the same directory

EWKEY.EXE
EW.HLP
EW.EW1
EW.EXE

Press F1 Key to access the on-line help facility. Check all the menu
selections. Each has it's own set of commands. And are accessible with
WordStar(tm) like key-commands. Once you learn to use EagleWord, the
use of the menu's will not be necessary, as the majority of the
features are available with the quick key-commands. Until you load or
create a file to edit, only File - Options and Utilities are active
commands from the menu. Once a file is loaded or ready to be created
all the top menu commands become available.


Site licenses:
EagleWord is FREE to private individuals, and a $25 contribution is
asked if you like the program. For those interested in site licenses,
please contact me via my Public BBS system, or use the P.O.Box
address. Information concerning both are on the cover page of this
document.

About the Author:
(Rick Prince) I reside in Jacksonville, Florida. Where I'm employed by
the U.S. Navy as a civilian Computer Software Engineer. I program with
Compiled Basic, Pascal, C, VAC/VMS DCL, ADA, and X-Windows. I work with
the MS-DOS, Unix, and VAX/VMS Operating Systems. My background includes
15 years in the Naval Aviation Field as an Aircraft Engine Examiner,
and 9 years in microcomputers and programming field.













>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

Revision History:
1 September 1988, initial development started.
(Alpha v0.00)

8 November 1988, Beta copies being distributed
for testing. (Beta v0.50)

11 December 1988, Fixed minor bugs with the on
line help facility. (Beta v1.01)

18 February 1989, Official release date.
(EagleWord v1.01)

19 February 1989, Fixed some minor typos in the
EagleWord Documentation.
(EagleWord v1.01) - No version change.

01 February 1990, Fixed several major bugs in the code.
Most notable bug was the left margin when using auto-formatting
while printing. Added custom registration line in opening
screen. External mouse support nolonger supported.
(EagleWord v1.01) - Minor version change.































>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


>>> File Menu Commands:
Open..
Close
Save
Write to..
Print..
Get info
Quit



FILE OPEN

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

A prompt box will ask for the name of a new file to read. If another
file is already being edited, the current window will be split in half,
and the new file will be read into the new window.

By specifying a file name that matches an existing window, you may look
at two regions of the same file. Changes made in one window will affect
all other windows which contain the same file.

When prompted for a file name, you may enter DOS wildcards or the name
of another drive or subdirectory. In this case, another window will
display the names of all matching files. You can select from this list
by using the cursor keypad, or by pressing the first letter of the
filename in which you are interested.

By entering an empty line for the file name, you can edit a file
without specifying a name for it. A name can be specified later when
you want to write it out to disk.



FILE CLOSE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current text window will be cleared. If it has been modified since
being saved to disk, you will be given the opportunity to save it. The
window will then be closed. If the window is the only one on the
screen, you will return to the EagleWord menu system.








>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

SAVE AND CONTINUE EDIT

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The contents of the current window will be saved to disk, using a file
name the same as when the file was first read. If the file has not been
named, a prompt box will ask for a new name. If the disk file already
exists, a backup copy will be made before overwriting the existing
version. The cursor will remain in place after the file is written to
disk.



WRITE TO FILE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

This command will store all text in the current window to any file that
you name. When you are editing in a window that has not previously been
named, you can use this command to assign a name to the window. Using
it in an already-named window will cause the name of that window, and
all other windows sharing the same text stream, to be updated to the
new name.


PRINT FILE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Any text file can be printed from within EagleWord. Files formatted
with EagleWord's page layout commands and font controls will print with
multiple fonts, headers, footers, and page breaks.

Do not press on the first menu selection, Print file now, until
the other items in the box have been set to your satisfaction.
Selecting the first item starts the print job.

After you select the second menu item, Name of file, a prompt box will
request entry of the name of the file to print. When prompted for a
file name, you may enter DOS wildcards or the name of another drive or
subdirectory. In this case, another window will display the names of
all matching files. You can select from this list by using the cursor
keypad, or by pressing the first letter of the filename in which you
are interested.






>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

If you wish to print a file that is currently loaded in memory, be sure
to save any recent changes to disk before trying to print it. If you
attempt to print a file that has unsaved changes, EagleWord will
produce an error message.

Set Auto formatting OFF if you wish to have EagleWord ignore formatting
commands (@ commands) in your text. In this case, text will print
continuously with no form feeds or page breaks. Control codes embedded
in the text will be written to the output without interpretation.

By default, EagleWord prints all pages of the document. You can set
starting and stopping pages if desired.

Select from any of the available printer definition files (default
extension .PDF) to find one that is appropriate for your printer. You
can change to another file and use Options Save setup to regularly use
that file.

You can also choose between sending the printed output to LPT1, LPT2,
or to a file. LPT1 and LPT2 refer to the computer port where your
printer is attached. If the printer is attached to a serial port, you
must use the DOS MODE command in order to assign the serial port to one
of the print devices LPT1 or LPT2. Your choice between LPT1 and LPT2
will be saved with EagleWord when you Save Setup.

When output is printed to a file, all control codes are written out
just as when they are printed. In this case, you must also specify the
name of the output file using the prompt window.

Set Manual paper feed ON if you wish to have EagleWord prompt you to
insert a new sheet of paper after each page. This choice is also stored
as part of the printer definition file for your selected printer.

Set Use formfeeds ON if your printer accepts ASCII character #12 to
eject each page. Otherwise, EagleWord will fill out the end of each
page with blank lines.

After making all selections, move the menu bar to the Print file now
item and press . If you decide not to print, just press .
Printing occurs as a background task. You can continue editing with
minimal loss of performance while the print job continues.

To stop a print job at any time, execute the Print File command
sequence. EagleWord will confirm whether you want to stop the print
job.








>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

PRINTER DEFINITIONS

You can edit and store printer definitions from within EagleWord, using
the File Print menu.

Select a printer definition file (default extension .PDF) using the
Which printer menu item. EagleWord will load this printer file into
memory.

Any of the command sequences that control various printer fonts can be
edited using the Edit printer codes menu selection. Each font is
associated with two strings - one to turn the font ON, and another to
turn it OFF.

When you choose a sequence to edit, it appears in another window. It
can be edited using the cursor keys, and the or keys.
Most characters you type will be inserted literally into the string.
will delete the existing string. will end the
session in the string editor. In case you need to enter any of these
special keys as part of the control string, press the key
to enter Literal mode. In this mode, all keystrokes will be inserted
into the string without further interpretation.

The printer definition currently held in memory can be stored to a disk
file using the Save printer setup menu item. EagleWord stores the
printer command sequences for all fonts, as well as the default
settings for manual paper feed and formfeeds, when you save the setup.

EagleWord will prompt for a file name when you decide to store the
current definition. The default extension for printer definitions is
.PDF.

Example of the Printer Setup WINDOW:

Print Setup
Print file now

Name of file C:\EW\HOLD\BUDGET.LTR
Auto formatting ON
First page 1
Last page 4095

Which printer PLAIN.PDF
Device LPT1
Manual paper feed OFF
Use formfeeds OFF
Edit printer codes
Save printer setup





>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


GET INFORMATION

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Various facts about EagleWord and the current file are displayed.
Information shown includes the complete path name of the current file;
its size in bytes, words, lines, and pages; whether it has been
modified since last disk save; the time and date; available RAM and
disk space; the current directory; and the DOS and EagleWord version
numbers.

Some of the statistics that EagleWord presents take a while to compute.
By pressing any key while the Get Info window is being updated, you can
"short-circuit" the computation of some items.


FILE QUIT

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The editing session will end and you will return to DOS. If any windows
have been modified, prompt boxes will appear and you will be given the
opportunity to save each modified file. If you type at any of the
prompt boxes, the FILE QUIT command will be interrupted and you will
return to the current text window.

























>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


>>> Window Menu Commands:
Go to..
Zoom OFF
Previous
Next
Resize



GO TO WINDOW

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The cursor will be moved to the current position in another window on
the screen. If only one window is available, nothing will happen.
Otherwise a menu will appear, showing the available windows, and the
files currently in each one. Select one of these choices by moving the
selection bar or by pressing the number of the desired window.


ZOOM WINDOW

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The current window will grow to fill the screen. Other text windows are
kept in memory, but are not visible until zoom is toggled off. The Next
window and Previous window commands will bring each window to the
forefront in succession. Text markers and blocks may be accessed as
usual in the hidden windows. The only exception is block delete: a
block will not be deleted from a hidden window.

When zoom is active, a letter Z will appear at the left edge of the
window status line. Toggling the zoom command again will make all
windows visible.
















>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


PREVIOUS WINDOW

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The cursor will be moved to the current position in the next window up
the screen. If the cursor is already in the topmost window, it will
move to the bottom window. If there is only one window, nothing will
happen.

NEXT WINDOW

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The cursor will be moved to the current position in the next window
down on the screen. If the cursor is already in the lowest window, it
will move to the topmost window. If there is only one window, nothing
will happen.


RESIZE WINDOW

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Use this command to change the height of the current window. The up and
down arrow keys will move the window dividing lines. Press when
the window has the desired size.























>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


>>> Text Menu Commands:
Format paragraph
Temporary margin
Margin release
Attribute..
Center line
Set marker..
Restore line
Undelete



FORMAT PARAGRAPH

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Format paragraph is available only when Word Wrap mode is active.
Paragraph reformatting will move words so that lines are as full as
possible within, but not exceeding, the current left and right margins.
If Justify mode is active, the lines will also be evenly filled with
spaces so that the rightmost word ends on the right margin.

The paragraph reformat is terminated when a blank line, or a line
beginning with a format character (@), is reached.


SET TEMPORARY MARGIN

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current left margin will be moved to the right by one tab stop.
This is useful in making indented lists. The temporary margin will
remain in force until you leave the current paragraph.

The temporary margin is indicated by a right pointing arrow on the
window tab display.


MARGIN RELEASE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Setting Margin Release ON allows you to type beyond the left and right
margins while Word Wrap mode is active. Margin release remains
effective until the cursor is moved to another line. It can also be
toggled off at any time.



>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

SELECT BOLD

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

If a block is marked and visible, EagleWord will convert the block to
bold typeface. It does so by automatically placing the Toggle Bold
control character () at the beginning and end of the block.

If no block is marked, EagleWord will place a pair of print control
characters at the current cursor position, and position the cursor
between the two. Thus, while the cursor remains between the control
characters, newly entered text will be in the selected typeface.

SELECT DOUBLESTRIKE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

If a block is marked and visible, EagleWord will convert the block to
double-strike typeface. It does so by automatically placing the Toggle
Double-strike control character () at the beginning and end of
the block.

If no block is marked, EagleWord will place a pair of print control
characters at the current cursor position, and position the cursor
between the two. Thus, while the cursor remains between the control
characters, newly entered text will be in the selected typeface.


SELECT UNDERSCORE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

If a block is marked and visible, EagleWord will convert the block to
underscore typeface. It does so by automatically placing the Toggle
Underscore control character () at the beginning and end of the
block.

If no block is marked, EagleWord will place a pair of print control
characters at the current cursor position, and position the cursor
between the two. Thus, while the cursor remains between the control
characters, newly entered text will be in the selected typeface.









>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

SELECT SUPERSCRIPT

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

If a block is marked and visible, EagleWord will convert the block to
superscript typeface. It does so by automatically placing the Toggle
Superscript control character () at the beginning and end of the
block.

If no block is marked, EagleWord will place a pair of print control
characters at the current cursor position, and position the cursor
between the two. Thus, while the cursor remains between the control
characters, newly entered text will be in the selected typeface.


CENTER LINE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current line will be centered between the left and right margins.
This command is active only when Word Wrap mode is on.


SET MARKER

This command stores a record of the current cursor position to which
you can easily return later. EagleWord supports up to ten text markers,
which are labeled with the numbers 0-9 when they are placed in the
text. Shortcut commands for using each of the ten markers are presented
on a following screen.

The text marker display writes over the character where it is placed.
It does not affect the actual text, but merely hides it.

When a marker is set from the menu system, another menu will appear
showing which markers are already in use. Redefining an existing marker
erases the previously stored position. Defining a marker at the same
position where it is currently located has the effect of erasing it.













>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

The following commands will set any of the markers without using a
menu.

Marker 0 Main: 0 Alternate: (None)
Marker 1 Main: 1 Alternate: (None)
Marker 2 Main: 2 Alternate: (None)
Marker 3 Main: 3 Alternate: (None)
Marker 4 Main: 4 Alternate: (None)
Marker 5 Main: 5 Alternate: (None)
Marker 6 Main: 6 Alternate: (None)
Marker 7 Main: 7 Alternate: (None)
Marker 8 Main: 8 Alternate: (None)
Marker 9 Main: 9 Alternate: (None)



RESTORE LINE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current line of text will be restored to its appearance just prior
to when the cursor was moved onto the line. The cursor position will
also be restored to the value when it entered the line.


UNDO LAST DELETION

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The line of text most recently deleted will be inserted into the
current text stream at the cursor position. Note that this applies only
to complete lines of text, and not to character or word deletions. By
default, 20 lines of deleted text are stored for possible undeletion.
The undo limit can be adjusted via a Setup command.

















>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


>>> Block Menu Commands:
Begin
End
Hide
Copy
Move
Delete
Write..
Read..
Format



BLOCK BEGIN

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The cursor position will become the start of a marked block.


BLOCK END

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The cursor position will become the end of a marked block.


HIDE BLOCK

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The on-screen highlighting of the marked block is toggled on or off.
Blocks can be copied, moved, or deleted only when the block is visibly

marked. Movement to block start or end is possible even when the block
is not visible.



BLOCK COPY

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

A copy of the marked block will be inserted at the current cursor
position.




>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

BLOCK MOVE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The marked block will be removed from its current location and inserted
at the current cursor position.


BLOCK DELETE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The marked block will be deleted from the text stream. If the block
spans more than one line, the deleted lines may be recovered via the
Undelete command.


WRITE BLOCK TO FILE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The currently marked block will be written to a disk file. If no block
is marked, an error message will be produced. If the disk file already
exists, you will be given the choice of overwriting it or appending to
it.


READ BLOCK FROM FILE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

A prompt box will ask for the name of a file to read. This file will be
read into the current window, starting at the current cursor position.
The newly read text will be marked as a block.


FORMAT BLOCK

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Paragraph formatting will be applied to all lines of text in the
currently marked block. The block must be highlighted, and the cursor
must be somewhere within the block, or an error message will be
produced.




>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


>>> Goto Menu Commands:

Page number..
Line number..
Column number..
Top of file
Bottom of file
Marker..
Start of block
End of block



GO TO PAGE NUMBER

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The cursor will be repositioned to the first line of the specified page
of the current window. This command is available only when pagination
is active for the window. A prompt box will request the target page
number. Enter any positive integer value. If the value is preceded by a
plus (+) or minus (-) sign, the target page number will be calculated
relative to the current page.



GO TO LINE NUMBER

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The cursor will be repositioned to the specified line number of the
current window. A prompt box will request the target line number. Enter
any number from 1 to 32767. If the value is preceded by a plus (+) or
minus (-) sign, the target line number will be calculated relative to
the current line.



GO TO COLUMN NUMBER

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The cursor will be repositioned to the specified column number of the
current line. A prompt box will request the target column number. Enter
any number from 1 to 999. If the value is preceded by a plus (+) or
minus (-) sign, the target column number will be calculated relative to
the current column.



>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


TOP OF FILE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The cursor is moved to the first character in the file.


BOTTOM OF FILE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

The cursor is moved past the last character in the file.


JUMP TO MARKER

This command moves the cursor to the position of a previously stored
text marker. If the marker has not been set, an error will occur.
EagleWord supports up to ten text markers, which are labeled with the
numbers 0-9 when they are placed in the text.

When you jump to a marker from the menu system, another menu will
appear showing which markers have previously been set.

The following screen provides shortcut keystrokes for jumping to text
markers without using menus.

The following commands will jump to any of the markers without using a
menu.

Marker 0 Main: 0 Alternate: (None)

Marker 1 Main: 1 Alternate: (None)
Marker 2 Main: 2 Alternate: (None)
Marker 3 Main: 3 Alternate: (None)
Marker 4 Main: 5 Alternate: (None)
Marker 5 Main: 5 Alternate: (None)
Marker 6 Main: 6 Alternate: (None)
Marker 7 Main: 7 Alternate: (None)
Marker 8 Main: 8 Alternate: (None)
Marker 9 Main: 9 Alternate: (None)


START OF BLOCK

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The cursor will be moved to the start of the current block, whether it
is visible or not.

>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

END OF BLOCK

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The cursor will be moved to the end of the marked block, whether it is
visible or not.














































>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


>>> Search Menu Commands:
Find..
Replace..
Use macro..
Again



SEARCH FOR PATTERN

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current window will be searched to find a specified sequence of
text. When the pattern is found, the cursor will be positioned at the
beginning of the pattern, and the matched text highlighted until the
next keystroke.

A prompt box will allow entry of the text pattern and search options.
Enter any text or control characters just as they would be typed in the
body of the file.

Search options control the behavior of the search. The following
options are available:

U - ignore case (Upper-case) while searching
B - search Backwards from the cursor
position.
W - search for whole Words only.
G - search Globally, starting at the
beginning of the file (or end, if
searching backwards).
L - search Locally (only within marked block).
n - search for the nth occurrence of the
string (n is an integer).

Enter the following sequence of keystrokes to search for the end of
each text line: . This sequence enters
Carriage return/Line feed into the search pattern.

Note that each pattern must be found within a single line. No match may
span multiple lines.










>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<


SEARCH AND REPLACE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current window will be searched for a specified sequence of text.
When the pattern is found, it will be replaced with another specified
text sequence.

A prompt box will allow entry of the search text, replacement text, and
search options. Enter any text or control characters just as they would
be typed in the body of the file.

Search options control the behavior of the search. The following
options are available:

U - ignore case (Upper-case) while searching
B - search Backwards from the cursor
position.
W - search for whole Words only.
G - search Globally, starting at the extreme
end of the file.
L - search Locally (only within marked block).
N - do Not prompt for confirmation when the
pattern is found.
n - replace n occurrences of the string
(n is an integer).

If the N option is not specified, a prompt will occur each time the
search pattern is found. This prompt will provide the following
options:

Y - replace this text and continue searching.
N - do Not replace, but continue searching.
A - replace this text and replace All others
without prompting.
Q - do not replace, and Quit searching.


Enter the following sequence of keystrokes to search for the end of
each text line: . This sequence enters
Carriage return/Line feed into the search pattern.










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SEARCH AND USE MACRO

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current window will be searched for a specified sequence of text.
When the pattern is found, the cursor will be repositioned to that
location, and a specified macro will be played back.

A prompt box will allow entry of the search text, macro selection, and
search options. Enter any text or control characters just as they would
be typed in the body of the file. The macro must have been defined
prior to using the search and apply macro command.

Search options control the behavior of the search. The following
options are available:

U - ignore case (Upper-case) while searching
B - search Backwards from the cursor
position.
W - search for whole Words only.
G - search Globally, starting at the extreme
end of the file.
L - search Locally (only within marked block).
N - do Not prompt for confirmation when the
pattern is found.
n - apply macro for n occurrences of the
search string (n is an integer).

If the N option is not specified, a prompt will occur each time the
search pattern is found. This prompt will provide the following
options:

Y - apply macro and continue searching.
N - do Not apply macro, but continue searching.
A - apply macro and apply at All matches
without prompting.
Q - do not apply macro, and Quit searching.

Enter the following sequence of keystrokes to search for the end of
each text line: . This sequence enters
Carriage return/Line feed into the search pattern.










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SEARCH AGAIN

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The previous search operation will be repeated. This will repeat a
plain search, a search and replace, or a search and apply macro
command.












































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>>> Options Menu Commands:
Margins..
Format options..
Tabs..
Load file options..
Display options..
Colors..
Save setup



SET LEFT MARGIN

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

A prompt box will ask for a new value for the left margin. Entering an
empty prompt string will set the left margin to the current cursor
column.

When Word Wrap mode is active, the left margin controls the leftmost
position where text may be entered. The left margin also controls the
operation of the paragraph formatting command.

The left and right margins can be made visible by toggling the Tab Line
Display.

Print formatting commands require that the format character (@) be
located in column 1 even if the left margin is set to a number greater
than one. To achieve this, enter the format command starting at the
left margin, move the cursor to column 1 with the Left of Line command,
and delete the intervening spaces via Delete Word. Alternatively,
activate the Margin Release command while the format command is
entered.


SET RIGHT MARGIN

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

A prompt box will ask for a new value for the right margin. Entering an
empty prompt string will set the right margin to the current cursor
column. The right margin is used only when Word Wrap mode is active.
When that is so, text entered in a column beyond the right margin will
automatically be wrapped to the next line. Paragraph formatting will
move words so that lines are as full as possible within, but not
exceeding, the right margin.




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SET TOP MARGIN

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

This specifies the number of lines to leave blank at the top of each
page during printing or pagination of the file in the current window.
The top margin is a default value that will be overridden by EagleWord
format (@) commands embedded in the text. The value you specify in the
prompt box is not stored in the document file. It is a default value
that exists only while the file is being edited.


SET BOTTOM MARGIN

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

This specifies the number of lines to leave blank at the bottom of each
page during printing or pagination of the file in the current window.
The bottom margin is a default value that will be overridden by
EagleWord format (@) commands embedded in the text. The value you
specify in the prompt box is not stored in the document file. It is a
default value that exists only while the file is being edited.


SET PAGE LENGTH

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

This specifies the total number of lines on each page during printing
or pagination of the file in the current window. The page length is a
default value that will be overridden by EagleWord format (@) commands
embedded in the text. The value you specify in the prompt box is not
stored in the document file. It is a default value that exists only
while the file is being edited.















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TOGGLE JUSTIFY

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When Justify is active, word wrap and paragraph reformat operations
will cause each line to be filled in with spaces such that the
rightmost non-blank character is exactly on the right margin.

By toggling Justify off, and reformatting lines or paragraphs, the
additional blanks will be automatically removed from the text. Note
that blanks manually inserted (via the Tab command, etc.) will also be
removed, unless the Compress Wrap mode is turned off.

EagleWord does not differentiate between "soft" blanks added during
justification and "hard" blanks manually entered. However, the
character may be used in place of a normal blank when
non-changing spaces are desired. The will be printed as a
normal space. To enter a in the text stream, press
.


TOGGLE WORD WRAP

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When Word Wrap mode is active, paragraph reformatting and automatic
word wrap are available. Otherwise, left and right margin settings are
ignored, and text may be entered in any column up to the maximum line
length.


TOGGLE AUTOINDENT MODE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When autoindent mode is active and the key is pressed, the new
line of text will be indented the same number of spaces as the line
immediately above it. The setting of this toggle also affects the
operation of the paragraph reformatting command.









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TOGGLE INSERT MODE

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

When insert mode is active, newly typed text is inserted into the
current text line, pushing characters to the right of the cursor aside
to make room. When insert mode is off, newly typed text overwrites
existing text. Many commands, such as block copy and insert line,
operate in insert mode independent of the setting of this toggle.


TOGGLE PAGE BREAKS

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When pagination is activated, the left two columns of the text window
will be devoted to showing page breaks. The characters in those
columns indicate that the corresponding line is the first printing text
line on its page.

In addition, the status line for the window will indicate what page
number the cursor is on. The Jump to Page command is available only
when pagination is activated.

EagleWord calculates page numbers while it is waiting for you to enter
keystrokes. As a result, if you enter new text it may take a short
period of time before the page break markers are redrawn at their new
positions.

Although the page breaks displayed on screen correspond to those in a
printout of the document, EagleWord does not store any special
characters in the disk file. Page breaks are recomputed each time the
file is read into EagleWord.

Pagination can be precisely controlled via the formatting commands. See
the help section for File Print Formatting.














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TOGGLE WRAP COMPRESSION

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

By default, EagleWord compresses extra spaces out of any line before it
is wrapped. This feature is required in order to "unjustify" text that
has previously been right justified. However, in some cases the
compression will remove desired spaces, as in the case of aligned
columns of figures.

When this toggle is OFF, extra spaces will not be removed from lines
being wrapped. Wrap compression is saved as a EagleWord Default.

SET TABS

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The tab settings will be initialized based on the contents of the
current line of text. The start of each blank-delimited word will set a
tab at that column. Any other tabs will be cleared. By using this
command in concert with the Put Tabs command, you can store a custom
tab line as part of a document and easily use it later.

You can return to the default evenly spaced tabs by activating the
Options Tabs Restore even menu selections.


PUT TABS

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The tab settings are stored into the current window as a formatted text
line. The line begins with the EagleWord formatting character (@), and
will be ignored during printing. Use this command in concert with the
Set tabs command to store a custom tab line as part of a document for
later use.













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RESTORE EVEN TABS

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Tabs will be set on an even spacing as determined by the current
default tab spacing. Any other tab settings will be cleared.


EDIT TABS

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Tab positions can be interactively edited using this command. The
cursor will be moved to the current window's tab line display. Use the
cursor keys or the tab key to move along the tab line. Pressing the
space bar will toggle a tab setting on or off, pressing the key
will add a tab, pressing the key will delete a tab at the cursor
position. Press when editing is complete, or to undo any
changes made.





DISPLAY TABS

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Toggling Display Tabs ON reserves one line of the current window for
display of tab settings and margins. The tabs and margins can be active
whether or not the tab line is visible.



















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TOGGLE FIXED TABS

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When fixed tabs are ON, tab positions are taken from a table of columns
that you can set to even spacing or customize through various tab
commands. When fixed tabs are OFF, tab positions are based on the
contents of the text surrounding the current line, just like the Turbo
Pascal editor.


SET TAB SIZE

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

By default, a tab is placed after every eight columns of text. This tab
size is also used when files containing tabs are read into EagleWord.
Change the tab size and use the Restore even command to initialize a
different set of regularly spaced tabs.


SET HOME DIRECTORY

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

EagleWord uses several files in its operation. These contain the
current printer definition, default macros, and this help file. In
order to run EagleWord from a drive or directory other than where these
files are located, you will need to set up a Home Directory. The home
directory specifies the location of the optional EagleWord support
files on your system.


The following files should be kept in that directory:

EW.HLP EW.MAC *.PDF

EagleWord will operate without the use of these files, but in that case
certain program features will not be available.

After the home directory is set, it can be saved with EagleWord's Save
Setup command.







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SET FILE EXTENSION

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

If you edit many files with the same extension, such as .DOC, you
should enter that value for the default extension. EagleWord will
automatically supply the default extension whenever you respond to a
filename prompt without entering an extension. The extension you enter
should not include a period or any DOS wildcards, and is limited to
three characters.


TOGGLE TAB EXPANSION

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When tab expansion is ON, any tabs encountered upon read-in of a file
are expanded into spaces, using a tab spacing that you specify. If tab
expansion is OFF, EagleWord leaves the tabs intact. However, EagleWord
does not expand tabs as it displays them, so these will be displayed on
the screen as I.


TOGGLE TAB WRITING

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

By default, EagleWord does not write tab characters in files saved from
the editor. If Tab Writing is activated, EagleWord will translate
sequences of spaces to tabs in order to save disk space for the output
file. Tabs are computed using the fixed spacing currently set for fixed
tabs. Multiple spaces found within pairs of single or double quotes (as
used in Pascal or C source code) will not be converted to tabs.

















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TOGGLE HI-BIT STRIP

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When Hi-bit strip is ON, the most significant bit of each character
read from the disk will be set to zero. This is useful when reading in
files previously generated in WordStar document mode. In addition, "dot
commands" used for WordStar document formatting will be changed to
EagleWord's format character (@). Note that stripping the high bit will
also affect any usage of the IBM extended ASCII character set, such as
the line drawing characters.


SET UNDO LIMIT

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

This specifies the maximum number of lines of deleted text that will be
stored in the Undo buffer. If Undo limit is 10, and you delete 15
lines, the first five lines deleted will be lost. Whenever lines are
Undeleted, that space is recovered for the undo buffer to reuse.


TOGGLE SNOW CONTROL

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When Snow Control is ON, EagleWord avoids the screen interference
patterns called "snow" that are produced by certain display adapters,
notably the IBM Color Graphics Adapter. For other color adapters, the
Snow Control can be turned off. This improves screen updating
performance considerably.


TOGGLE BLOCK CURSOR

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

EagleWord offers a choice between a blinking hardware cursor and a
solid unblinking cursor. The color of the block cursor can be set via
the Options Colors menu.







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TOGGLE 43 LINE MODE

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

On computers equipped with an Enhanced Graphics Adapter, EagleWord can
display 43 lines on the screen. Toggle this option ON if a longer text
display is desired.


TOGGLE FONT DISPLAY

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When Font Display is enabled, print formatting commands that control
font selections will not be displayed on-screen. Instead the marked
text will be displayed in a color or attribute corresponding to the
font. This "what you see is what you get" mode allows more accurate
alignment of tables, and avoids multiple print cycles to correct
formatting commands.

The screen colors for each font may be adjusted on the Options Colors
menu.

When font display is enabled, the control characters that select the
fonts are not visible. However, the cursor can be positioned over the
control character, and it can be deleted if desired. The EagleWord
hardware cursor grows to a large block when it is positioned over the
control character. The value of the control character will be displayed
at the right hand edge of the window status line when the cursor is
positioned over it.

EagleWord computes the display of on-screen fonts while it is waiting
for you to enter keystrokes. As a result, if you enter new text it may
take a short period of time before control characters disappear and
fonts are drawn in their final colors.


TOGGLE KEY HELP

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

When Key Help is ON, EagleWord will display the command sequences that
correspond to each menu selection while you are browsing through the
menu system. This can serve to familiarize you with the quick
keystrokes and speed up your editing.




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TOGGLE INITIAL ZOOM STATE

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The state of this toggle determines EagleWord's default behavior when
more than one window is on the screen. When Initial Zoom State is OFF,
multiple windows will appear simultaneously on the screen, that is,
they will not be zoomed.

When Initial Zoom State is ON, multiple windows will be zoomed. The
last file opened will be visible on the screen, and others will be
hidden behind it.

Initial Zoom State is saved as a EagleWord default.

The normal zoom window command may be used at any time, regardless of
Initial Zoom State.


SET COLORS

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

All of the editor colors can be customized to your liking. Independent
color settings are available for normal text, block marked text, window
status lines, the prompt line at the top of the screen, text in menus
and prompt boxes, menu frames, the highlighted character by which each
menu item may be selected, the currently selected menu item, the block
cursor (when active), and each of the five selectable fonts.

The colors that you select are saved with EagleWord when you execute
the Options Save setup command.


SAVE SETUP

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The toggles, settings, colors, and options are stored as EagleWord
defaults when this command is executed. EW.EXE must be present in the
default directory or in the installed home directory.








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>>> Utilities Menu Commands:
Spelling check
Macros..
Directory..
Change directory..
Operating system..
Help


SPELL CHECK

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes:

In combination with Turbo Lightning, Borland's RAM resident spelling
checker and thesaurus, EagleWord will spell-check any of your
documents. Lightning must be installed, or an error will occur.

EagleWord checks the document in the current screen window. By default,
checking proceeds from the current cursor position to the end of the
file. If a block is marked and visible, only that block will be
checked.

EagleWord contains a small built-in dictionary of the 500 most commonly
used English words. This dictionary is kept in memory at all times in
order to accelerate the checking process.

Once the operation begins, EagleWord keeps you advised of its progress
on the status line. The line and column counters tell you what part of
the document is being checked, as does the percentage indicator. These
are updated each time a new word is checked.

When Lightning finds a word that it does not recognize, the screen will
be updated to highlight the word, and a popup menu will ask you to
select an option. Select by moving the bar and pressing or by
pressing the first character of any of the options:

Skip once
Ignore the spelling of this word in only this one instance.

Ignore for this document
Ignore the spelling of this word for the duration of the check.









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List Lightning sound-alikes
Display a list of sound-alike words from Lightning's dictionary.
Select one and press , or press to return to the
previous menu. Edit from the keyboard A prompt box will appear to
allow interactive editing of the word. Press to accept,
or to return to the previous menu. You may use Lightning's
interactive modes at this time. EagleWord will recheck the word
after you finish editing it.

Mark with "~"
Place a tilde in front of the word. After the document has been
checked, you can use the Find Pattern command to locate the marked
words. Add to dictionary Add the word to Lightning's auxiliary
dictionary (usually AUXI.DIC). A secondary menu of case selections
will appear. Press to return to the previous menu, or
to add to the dictionary.

Batch mark rest of document
Cancel the interactive mode normally used for spell-checking. From
this point on, all unrecognized words are marked with tildes (~).

A spell-checking operation may be stopped by pressing at the
corrections menu (once a misspelling is found) or by pressing any key
while a file is being checked. In the latter case, a prompt box will be
displayed, asking if you want to stop. Press Y to stop, N to continue.



LOAD MACROS FROM DISK

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

A previously stored file of EagleWord keyboard macros is loaded into
memory. The macro file is a binary file in a special format used by
EagleWord. Macros may be recorded, edited, and stored to disk from
within EagleWord. Each macro file contains ten macros, each of which
may hold up to 255 keystrokes. EagleWord automatically loads the macro
file EW.MAC, if found, when the program is started.














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LOAD MACROS FROM DISK

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

A previously stored file of EagleWord keyboard macros is loaded into
memory. The macro file is a binary file in a special format used by
EagleWord. Macros may be recorded, edited, and stored to disk from
within EagleWord. Each macro file contains ten macros, each of which
may hold up to 255 keystrokes. EagleWord automatically loads the macro
file EW.MAC, if found, when the program is started.


PLAYBACK MACRO

This command will play back a previously recorded macro. A menu showing
the name of all macros will appear; you should choose the one desired.

The following screen gives shortcut commands which allow you to
playback macros without using the menu system.


The following commands will playback a macro without using the menu
system:

Macro 1 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 2 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 3 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 4 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 5 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 6 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 7 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 8 Main: Alternate: (None)
Macro 9 Main: Alternate: (None)

TOGGLE MACRO RECORD

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Any keystrokes entered after this command is activated are stored
within a keyboard macro, which may be edited and later played back
within EagleWord. To stop macro recording, enter this command a second
time. A prompt box will ask for which of the ten macros should store
the newly recorded one, and for a descriptive name for the macro.

Each macro can hold up to 255 keystrokes. Macros can play back other
macros. Macros are played back by pressing one of the installed
keystroke combinations, or by choosing the EagleWord Macro Playback
option from the menu system.



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One of the macros is somewhat special. This macro is called the
"scrap". Whenever a new macro is recorded, it writes over the scrap
macro. The current scrap macro can be played back once or many times
using other macro commands.


EDIT MACRO

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Macros recorded within EagleWord can be edited on a character by
character basis using the built-in macro editor.

First, a prompt box will ask for a new name for the macro, which you
can accept as is, or change.

The macro will appear in another window. It can be edited using the
cursor keys, and the or keys. Most characters you
type will be inserted literally into the macro. will delete
the macro. will end the session in the macro editor. will
undo any changes made to the macro. In case you need to enter any of
these special keys as part of the macro, press the key to
enter Literal mode. In this mode, all keystrokes will be inserted into
the macro without any interpretation.


FILE DIRECTORY

Keystroke sequence: (None)
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Use this command to browse through a file directory. Use standard DOS
pathname and wildcard notation to specify a file mask for the
directory.


ACTIVE DIRECTORY

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

The current default drive or directory may be changed using this
command. Entering wildcards will cause a directory window to appear
showing possible choices.

Files previously opened in other directories will be properly accessed
even after the active directory is changed.





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OPERATING SYSTEM

Keystroke sequence:
Alternate keystrokes: (None)

Any DOS command or program may be executed. A prompt box will ask for
the name of the command or program to run. Entering an empty line at
the prompt box will cause a DOS shell to be invoked. You may execute
any sequence of DOS commands from the shell, and finally return to the
editor by typing Exit.

The DOS shell requires that a copy of COMMAND.COM be present in the
normal drive and directory assigned by DOS. Sufficient random-access
memory must be available for the shell and any command that you
specify.

Do not execute any program that becomes memory resident while within
the DOS shell.


HELP SUMMARY

EagleWord provides help in several ways. This section describes how to
use the help system.

Whenever the EagleWord help system is on screen, you can use the
and keys to move from one screen to another. and
will take you to the first and last pages of the section. Press
when you are done using help.

The EagleWord menu system is available at any time by pressing .
Most of EagleWord's commands may be selected from the menus. Within the
menu system, you may activate "Key help" by choosing Setup Display
options Key help. With Key help activated, the quick keystrokes that
activate each command will be displayed on the top row of the screen
while the selection bar is positioned over that menu item.

Pressing while within the EagleWord menu system or within any
prompt box will bring up a window containing more detailed help
regarding the selected command. Pressing while you are entering
text will bring up a menu of help topics.











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Ordering information:
Contributions for EagleWord provides you with user support and
notification of new releases. As well as access to Other EagleWare
updates.
By mail:

TO:
The Eagle's Nest BBS (EagleWare)
P.O. Box 30416
Yukon Station
Jacksonville, Fl 32244

904-777-8757 BBS

FROM:
Name: __________________________________

(Company): __________________________________

(Title): __________________________________

Address: __________________________________

City,State: __________________________________
Zip Code
Phone Number: _________________________

EagleWord (tm) Current Version: 1.01
* Diskette with programs and documentation files
with user support via my BBS. Contribution of ....... $25. ______

* Commercial site license for the use of EagleWord.
Please contact me for site license information


Please add $3.50 for shipping and handling. $5.00 / 3.50
(Please add $5.00 for overseas orders.)


Total enclosed ______

Diskette format (only one currently available) 5.25" disk ______

Terms:
Check drawn on a U.S. banks in U.S. funds. International bank or
postal money order in U.S. funds. All foreign orders must be prepaid.

Upgrade information:
If your are a current registered EagleWord user, then upgrades are
free. All you have to do to get your upgrade of EagleWord is send a
self-addressed and stamped disk mailer to the above address. Include
what name you would like displayed in the opening "registered to:"
screen.
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Information on Site & Commercial Licenses and Custom Versions
-------------------------------------------------------------

Corporate Site License

This is a license for use of the software within your company, and is
not transferable. This allows internal use and copying of the software
by as many users/machines as contracted for. An unlimited Site License
allows unlimited copying of the software for internal use by your
company. Distribution, repackaging, or reselling of the software to
third parties is not allowed. Please contact the author for more
information.

Distribution License

This license is not necessary for clubs or users groups distributing
the software on a ShareWare basis providing that the entire EagleWord
package with accompanying documentation files is included in the
distribution and no more than a nominal fee (not to exceed $10) is
charged for such distribution.


Custom Versions of the Software

If you require any modifications or changes to the software, please
include detailed information describing all changes you are interested
in. Customization fees will be based on the extent of modifications
required to the software so that it performs as you describe. Depending
on the changes requested, please allow up to four weeks or more for
custom versions of the software.


Availability of Source Code

It is the policy of EagleWare not to release source code for its
software.

EagleWord is FREE. However, a $25.00 contribution results in user
support from the program's author, Rick Prince, in the EagleWare
conference on these fine (FREE) BBS systems:

Telephone Exchange C.S.I. Giga FREE BBS
(904) 268-2945 (904) 276-5417
Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville, FL
PCBoard - 2400 max baud PCBoard - 38.4 max baud

EagleWare Software Engineering
c/o Rick Prince (Contribution checks payable to Rick Prince)
P.O. Box 30416
Yukon Station
Jacksonville, FL 32230


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Index: Page:

About the Author.................................... 04
BBS info............................................ 43
Contributions....................................... 03
EagleWord Features.................................. 02
EagleWare Software (other).......................... 03
Legal Stuff......................................... 02
Ordering............................................ 42
Printers Supported.................................. 02
Revision History.................................... 05
Upgrade Information................................. 42

Index to Commands: Page:

File Menu Commands................................06-10
Open window/file............................ 06
Close window/file........................... 06
Save file................................... 07
Printing..................................07-09
System information.......................... 10
Quit/Exit................................... 10
Wimdows Menu Commands.............................11-12
Go to....................................... 11
Zoom........................................ 11
Previous.................................... 12
Next........................................ 12
Resize...................................... 12
Text Menu Commands................................13-16
Format paragraph............................ 13
Temporary margin............................ 13
Margin release.............................. 13
Printing attributes.......................14-15
Center lines................................ 15
Set marker.................................. 15
Restore lines............................... 16
Undelete.................................... 16
Block Menu Commands...............................17-18
Begin....................................... 17
End......................................... 17
Hide........................................ 17
Copy........................................ 17
Move........................................ 18
Delete...................................... 18
Write/Export................................ 18
Read/Import................................. 18
Format...................................... 18






>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

Index to Commands: Page:

Goto Menu Commands................................19-21
Page number................................. 19
Line number................................. 19
Column number............................... 19
Top of file................................. 20
Bottom of file.............................. 20
Marker...................................... 20
Start of block.............................. 20
End of block................................ 21
Search Menu Commands..............................22-25
Find........................................ 22
Find & Replace.............................. 23
Find & Macros............................... 24
Repeat Find................................. 25
Options Menu Commands.............................26-36
Margins...................................26-27
Set left............................ 26
Set right........................... 26
Set top............................. 27
Set bottom.......................... 27
Set page length..................... 27
Format options............................28-30
Toggle justify...................... 28
Toggle word wrap.................... 28
Toggle autoindent................... 28
Toggle insert....................... 29
Toggle page breaks.................. 29
Toggle compression.................. 30
Tabs......................................30-32
Set tabs............................ 30
Put tabs............................ 30
Restore tabs........................ 31
Edit tabs........................... 31
Display tabs........................ 31
Toggle fixed tabs................... 32
Set tab size........................ 32
Load file options.........................32-34
Set home directory.................. 32
Set file extension.................. 33
Toggle tab expansion................ 33
Toggle tab writing.................. 33
Toggle Hi-Bit strip................. 34
Set undo limit...................... 34
Display options...........................34-36
Toggle CGA snow..................... 34
Toggle block cursor................. 34
Toggle EGA mode..................... 35
Toggle font display................. 35
Toggle key help..................... 35
Toggle Zoom......................... 36

>>>> EagleWord v1.01 <<<<

Index to Commands: Page:

Options Menu Commands.............................26-36
Set Colors ................................. 36
Save Setup/Options.......................... 36
Utilities Menu Commands...........................37-41
Spell check...............................37-38
Macros....................................38-40
Directory................................... 40
Change Directory............................ 40
Shell to DOS................................ 41
Help summary................................ 41


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