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HyperTEX is designed to allow you to create, edit, and read hypertext documents.
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HyperTEX is designed to allow you to create, edit, and read hypertext documents.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
HTCONVRT.EXE 17040 8692 deflated
HTDOCS.EXE 19296 8806 deflated
HTEDIT.EXE 95040 31084 deflated
HTEX.LNK 108 71 deflated
HTEX.TXT 570 207 deflated
HTHELP.DOC 151590 25061 deflated
HTHELP.EXE 5488 3920 deflated
HTHELP.LNK 6030 1646 deflated
HTHELP.LOC 372 214 deflated
HTHELP.NDX 387 207 deflated
HTNEW.EXE 96464 31569 deflated
HTREAD.EXE 37200 14821 deflated
HTTUTOR.DOC 16300 3706 deflated
HTTUTOR.LNK 137 117 deflated
HTTUTOR.LOC 40 21 deflated
HTTUTOR.NDX 95 80 deflated
HYPERTEX.DOC 102690 19700 deflated
HYPERTEX.EXE 120880 53629 deflated
HYPERTEX.LNK 2550 890 deflated
HYPERTEX.LOC 252 144 deflated
PLUSSES 4971 1539 deflated
README.1ST 2344 966 deflated
REGISTER.FRM 1845 562 deflated

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Contents of the README.1ST file



HyperTEX
(c) Copyright 1992 Bill Wiest



HyperTEX is designed to allow you to create, edit, and read
hypertext documents. For information about what a hypertext
document is and how it can benefit you immensely to switch to
a hypertext format the file 'HYPERTEX.DOC' provides you with all the
basic information you need to get going. But first! To begin your
exploration of the world of hypertext and the uses of HyperTEX,
you need to know four things:

1) When reading a hyperdocument, make use of the TAB and RETURN
keys to traverse links. Links usually look like this. So
press the TAB key to highlight the link (you can also use
the cursor or arrow keys) and press RETURN to get connected.

2) To familiarize yourself with how to read the documentation
which tells you about HyperTEX, type 'htread httutor.doc' at
the DOS prompt. (NOTE: you can read any hyperdocument created
with HyperTEX in this fashion.)

3) The ESC key is used for exiting whatever you are doing.

4) The F1 key provides you with HELP when you use The HyperTEX
control program (HYPERTEX.EXE) or when you are creating/editing
a hyperdocument with the system (with HTEDIT or HTNEW). NOTE
that you can also write a help file for use with the HyperTEX
reader program.

BEFORE you do anything else, though, make sure that you BACKUP ALL
the files which came with this package. They should be:

Program and System Files: This File:

HYPERTEX.EXE HTEX.TXT README.1ST
HTNEW.EXE HTEX.LNK
HTCONVRT.EXE
HTEDIT.EXE Registration:
HTREAD.EXE
HTDOCS.EXE REGISTER.FRM
HTHELP.EXE

Documentation:

HYPERTEX.DOC HTHELP.DOC HTTUTOR.DOC
HYPERTEX.LNK HTHELP.LNK HTTUTOR.LNK
HYPERTEX.LOC HTHELP.LOC HTTUTOR.LOC
HTHELP.NDX HTTUTOR.NDX

PLUSSES --> Read this file for information about HyperTEX+!



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