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The current window is being moved or resized. Press [Enter] to keep the current position, or [Esc] to restore the former position and/or size. " ' 
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Program information, copyright, version, command-line switches. è '& Help on CLEAR DESKTOP SYSTEMÿmenu
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Closes all windows, then reloads the PC's system setup/start-up files: (
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This menu allows you to access various file commands. Select which menu item you would like help on.

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Select a file from disk to edit. 4" '+ NEW FILEÿMenu
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Save text in the current window to disk and continue editing. If your window is titled UNTITLED, you will be asked to supply a file name. Otherwise, the text is saved to disk using the current windowÿtitle. 9
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Save text in the current window to disk and close the edit window. If your window is titled UNTITLED, you will be asked to supply a file name. Otherwise, the text is saved to disk using the current window title. 9
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Save text in the current window to disk under a new file name. You are asked to which file you would like to save the text. The file may be an existing disk file, or a new file. Ÿ
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Change to another directory. 4" '+ SHELL TO DOS FILEÿMenu
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This menu allows you to cut, copy, and paste text to and from the clipboard. You can also undelete your last text operation, clear selectedÿtext from your document without putting it into the clipboard, or view current clipboard contents.

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This option allows the current edit window to be saved to disk to allow an external spelling checker to be run. You can use any spell checker you choose, as long you set it FIRST with the command line syntax NE SPELL="name", where "name" is the spell check program. Also, check your PATH statement to make sure that the directory location of the spell program is included. Ä
If NE still cannot find you spell check program, then include it in the same directory as "NE.EXE". Once the spell checker is done, the window is reopened for editing with the corrected text. ˜" 'Y SEARCH Menu [Alt]-[S] MENUSÿHelp
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Resize or move the current window on the desktop. The first thing you will note is that the windowÿborder will change color. You can now resize or move the window. ê
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To move the window, you press the arrow key that corresponds to the direction you want to move the window. To move it quickly, press the [Ctrl] key and the arrow key that corresponds to the direction you want to move the window. If you are using a mouse, you must place the mouse cursor on the titleÿbar of the window, press the mouse button, and move the window to where you want it while you hold the mouse button down. ¬
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Go to the next window on the desktop, if you have multiple windows on the desktop. Ý
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This menu allows you to load and store the desktop, and to toggle between regular and 43/50 line screen mode.

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Load a previous desktop from disk. Note that you must have previously saved a desktop for this option to work, and it is always retrieved from the same file. P
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Toggle between regular and 43/50 line video mode, providing your video card can support it. T
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This menu allows you to print the current desktop, and to set the left and top printer margins. Additionally any one of several commonly used printer types may be selected. Text will be printed in NEAR LETTER quality mode for the selected printer.

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Set the number of blank lines BEFORE the start of printing text. m
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Set the number of spaces to the LEFT of printed text. l
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The selected value become the default for all later use, so if you change printers, make sure you change this value. 

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This is a small, compact, 64K editor based on the Borland IDE editor. It supports wordwrap, justifying text, and has a number of other WordStar commands.

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Centering ³ ControlÿChars ³ Cursor
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The current TIME is output at the current cursor position. 9
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Move the cursor from its current position to the start of the line. 
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Move the cursor up one line. 
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Move the cursor down a page at a time through your text. Note that a page is defined as all text that is within the current window frame. 
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Move the cursor up a page at a time through your text. Note that a page is defined as all text that is within the current window frame. ý
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Quickly reformat your document text. A dialogÿbox will appear that allows you to select whether to begin reformatting at the current cursor position or from the beginning of the document.

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The current paragraph is right justified from the first line to the NEXT to the last line. The LAST line is NOT right justified. Ž
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Set a right margin value for the editor. A dialogÿbox will appear that asks you to enter a right margin value. Right margin values may range from 10 to 255. The default right margin is 76. ‚
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When in OVERSTRIKE mode, the cursor will attempt to go to the next tab stop, happily skipping over characters as it looks for that next stopping point. If it is at the last tab stop, OR the line is too short to allow it to reach the next tab stop, it takes a big jump to the first character of the next line. Œ
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REPLACEÿOptions
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