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081:Read about using the Install program or Customizer.

For a brief list of keystroke actions, press F1 at any time.
082:Choose this option to install PC-Write Advanced Level on your system. You can install all files, or just some of them. On a hard disk, installing all requires 1.6 Mb disk space.

On a floppy disk, install to multiple disks, or only essential files. You can make a bootable disk if you FORMAT /s before install (but this leaves less room for program files).
376:Use Spacebar at check box to remove the X if you are not installing the main PC-Write program files. Spacebar also returns the X if you removed it by mistake. Disk space required for these files is 251 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
377:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required for spell checking. Disk space required is 131 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
375:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required for the thesaurus. Disk space required is 312 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
366:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required for the Customizer. Disk space required is 131 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
351:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required for the on-screen Tutorial lessons. Disk space required is 108 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
378:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required for converting files to and from WordPerfect. Disk space required is 180 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
386:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required for converting files to and from IBM's DCA (Document Content Architecture) format. Disk space required is 85 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
399:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required to use PC-Write with Microsoft Windows 3.0/3.1. Disk space required is 21 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
124:Press Enter to display your current system configuration.
392: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether or not to edit PC-Write files in color. If you do not have a color monitor, select 'no color'.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
394: (Spacebar selects)
Automatic option sets 1-inch margins, automatic reformat and pagination, and hides formatting codes.

CAUTION: if you'll be editing old PC-Write files not created using automatic reformat, choose manual option.

When done, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
191:Press Spacebar at radio button indicating where you want to install PC-Write.
126:Press Enter to continue to next screen.
127:Press Enter to continue to next screen.
122:Press Enter to continue to next screen.
123:Press Enter to continue to next screen.
242:Files will be installed to the location indicated between quotes. To type a different location, the format is:
C:\DIR
where C is the drive letter, and DIR is the directory name.
083:Add, remove, or change the setup of a printer for use with PC-Write. Print test sheet.
365:Press Spacebar at radio button indicating your printer type.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
195: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to use the current default or set port number, type or control explicitly.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
197: (Spacebar selects)
Printer setup writes a printer control file (PR.DEF) holding specific instructions for your printer. You may make different files if you use more than one printer.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...', at bottom and press Enter.
369: (Spacebar selects)
Cable attachment to printer is clip type for parallel, screw type for serial.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
194: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate the computer port assigned to your printer.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
193: (Spacebar selects)
Some serial printers require XON/XOFF protocol, which DOS does not use. For these, choose Direct. Delay helps printers handle fast computer output, that may cause hangup during printing or jumbled output.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
241:PR.DEF is the name PC-Write looks for when printing. You can type in a different name, but you'll be asked to specify it whenever PC-Write does page formatting or printing. If you're setting up more than one printer, only one can be named PR.DEF.
387: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to print test files when printer setup is done. These help verify that fonts are working.

Be sure printer is on, ready, and has paper.
096:Change working mode options: Typing mode, Hide/Show mode, Automatic spell check.
097:Change working mode options: Sentence spacing, and Automatic pagination, reformat, and wordwrap.
099:Change type of date used in headers and footers, or inserting date in document. This does not affect date format for directory function at DOS (set at DOS).
102:Change options for monitor type, number of screen lines, and type of beep signals.
103:Change the look of pagebreak lines, cursor column marker on Ruler line, end-of-file bar, and end-of-line character.
104:Turn color on/off, change monitor type or cursor size. Fix snow or flickering on screen. Set special system handling for DOS version 5.0.
105:Change line mode for EGA/VGA monitor or line spacing on screen.
106:Change the sound of beep tones. Special options for blind or hearing impaired users.
107:Change the look of pagebreak lines in Hide mode.
108:Change the character displayed on Ruler line to indicate cursor location, or at the end of lines. Turn the display of the end-of-file bar on/off.
109:Set keyboard style, make some keyboards or systems more IBM compatible. Change Shf/Alt/Ctl key action. Control resetting of keyboard status upon opening PC-Write.
110:Change the feel of pressing a key repeatedly or typing faster than the screen displays.
111:Change timing and sensitivity of mouse movements.
112:Change assignments for movement keys, Tab and Enter keys, and keys not available on some keyboards. Assign quick keys to print your file or type a phrase.
113:Change actions of scrolling keys or horizontal cursor movement keys.
114:Change what the Tab or Enter key does.
115:Assign a macro that types a phrase when you press a key or that prints your file with one keystroke.
116:Set an automatic save, or reminder to save your file, based on minutes passed or number of characters typed.
117:Change options for writing a backup copy of your file upon opening or exiting PC-Write.
119:Set conversion options that take place each time a file is opened. Run a hardware system check.
121:Change button functions and look of mouse cursor.
367: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether or not to edit PC-Write files in color. If you do not have a color monitor, select 'color off'.
129:Press Enter to quit the installation process and return to DOS.
135:Print a copy of the PC-Write Tutorial on your printer. Be sure printer is on, ready, and has at least 40 pages of paper.
136:Print changes and additions to the program since the PC-Write Reference Manual was printed. Be sure printer is on, ready, and has at least 2 pages of paper.
198:Press Spacebar at radio button to select this set of shades.

Press Enter to view the shade settings or make minor changes to them using a palette.

Default shades are the PC-Write standard set.

Your original shades are those you had before starting customization.
165: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate IBM character set for screen display.

Code page 437 is standard set. Code page 850 is an alternate for VGA boards. Your printer and computer must have 850 available to use it.
166: (Spacebar selects)
Timer tone changes with five different uses, DOS tone gives same tone always.

Turn visual beep on/off. Have beep word flash at top right of screen and/or whole screen flash.

Special tick sounds when
PC-Write is busy processing.
084:Print PC-Write Advanced level Tutorial, or Manual Addenda.
085:Change options that control how text is entered, formatted, or displayed.
086:Change options that affect how your monitor displays: colors, cursor size, number of lines, video mode, spacing, PC-Write special bars and characters. Change beep tone options.
087:Change system style, typing feel, mouse characteristics,
or key assignments.
089:SAVE all changes made to settings during this round of customization to control file above. Exit Customizer.
090:CANCEL all changes made to settings during this round of customization. Exit Customizer.
167: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to correct or override monitor setting. Especially important on EGA or VGA to get accurate page preview. Block cursor, unlike normal cursor, does not change size as editing status changes (e.g. Push/Over mode).

Use Spacebar at check box to improve laptop power handling or multitasking when running DOS version 5.0.
168: (Spacebar selects)
Select comma or period for character that indicates decimal location when using decimal tab mode. Text typed before decimal pushes left to keep decimal aligned at tab stop.
169: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to fade visibility of the mouse cursor when not in use. Moving the mouse brings back the cursor immediately.
170: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how quickly you like to double-click. Slow setting allows longer time between first and second click.
171: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how you want Soft Break lines to display in Hide mode. Hard Break lines can be set to look the same or different.

Use Spacebar at check box to turn display of page number on pagebreak lines on or off.
172: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how you want Hard Break lines to display in Hide mode.
373: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want
PC-Write to automatically save your file after a specific number of characters are typed. 'Reminder only' option puts a message on top line when the interval has passed, instead of saving for you.
173: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how often you want to save your file.
182: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how often you want to save your file.
174: (Spacebar selects)
For extended keyboards only:
To help fix incompatibility hangs, try special 1, 2, and 3. Assigning CapsLock function to Ctrl key at right of keyboard leaves left Ctrl key active.

Reset of special key status and repeat rate saves and restores settings you had upon entering PC-Write, using PC-Write settings until you exit.
175: (Spacebar selects)
For extended keyboards only: Indicate how quickly to start action for a key pressed repeatedly (such as Arrow). Delay is time between key press and repeating action.

Typing faster than screen displays may result in unwanted keystrokes. Catch all buffered keys or just Arrows, Bksp, Ins/Del, and PgUp/Dn.
176: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate the character you want to display at end of each line.
177: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate the display spacing you want for document and help text. Double spacing may improve readability for some people. This does not affect printing or relate to spacing values set within the document.
178: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how touchy you want your mouse to be. Higher sensitivity moves mouse cursor position farther in relation to hand movement.
179: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how fast a movement must be to cause your mouse to double its speed. The higher the threshold the faster the speed required.
180: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how you want your mouse cursor to look.
181: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate the character you want to display the cursor column location on Ruler line at top of screen. You must have set the Top lines option in order for Ruler line to display.
382: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want
PC-Write to automatically save your file after a specific number of minutes has passed. 'Reminder only' option puts a message on top line when the interval has passed, instead of saving for you.
183:Press Spacebar at radio button indicating characters you want to use on Ruler lines. Choices:

L---+----1----+----2----+--R

L + 1 + 2 + R

L | 1 | 2 | R

Plus sign or vertical bar marks half-inch location.
184:Press Spacebar at radio button indicating characters you want for Window bars. Choices:

Active window Inactive ones

ÄÄÄÄ 1. ÄÄÄÄ 2.

++++ 1. ++++ ---- 2. ----

ÍÍÍÍ 1. ÍÍÍÍ ÄÄÄÄ 2. ÄÄÄÄ
185: (Spacebar selects)
Shortening shifts top line left 8 characters, omitting "Alt:menu" from left edge.
187: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate left and right button assignments for selecting text.
188: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate left and right button assignments for moving text. With text marked, moving mouse to new location and clicking can either clear marking or keep it (in order to move text).
189: (Spacebar selects)
Standard monitors have 25 lines available. EGA monitor has 25 or 43 lines available. VGA has 25, 43, or 50 lines available.
353: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want page breaks automatically inserted and adjusted as you edit.
355: (Spacebar selects)
When entering new text, Pushright pushes existing text forward, while Overwrite types over existing text.
356: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to display or hide formatting codes such as font characters and Guide lines.
164: (Spacebar selects)
Automatic (Para+) rewraps text as you make formatting or text changes. Wordwrap (Wrap+) only wraps new text and requires pressing a key for rewrap, giving you more control. Manual (Wrap-) does no wrap; you press Enter at end of lines. Turn off reformat prevents any wrap, as a safeguard for special files.
357: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want automatic spell checking as you type. Program beeps when an unrecognized word is typed. Other ways to spell check include checking word at cursor or scanning document for unrecognized words.
352: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to fix missing line end characters upon opening each file. PC-Write lines end with carriage return followed by line feed.
159: (Spacebar selects)
Normally, the Tab key just moves cursor by tab stops. It can also push text at cursor to next tab stop. Set pushing to occur in Pushright mode only, or in Overwrite mode as well.
160: (Spacebar selects)
Normally, the Enter key always inserts a line boundary character and moves cursor to a new empty line. You can change it to insert a line boundary only in Pushright mode. This setting makes Enter just move to next line in Overwrite mode.
199: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want pressing Enter to end paragraphs. This is especially useful when typing single line text, such as an address. An 'end paragraph' font character is inserted at end of line, preventing lines from joining together upon reformat. Pressing Alt-K before Enter is another way to do same thing.
163: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to write a backup copy of each file upon opening. Or have the program ask you to press a key to confirm backup. Backup file has same name but an extension beginning with the '&' sign: FIJI.DOC becomes FIJI.&DO
161: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate style of date used when inserting date in document or header or footer. First options are in Month, Day, Year order. Next are Day, Month, Year. Final two are European formats.
162: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you are using special control files with custom settings for keystrokes or formatting. Custom files are named ED and have the same filename extension as the file you're editing (eg. ED.DOC), so PC-Write can find them. Not searching can speed up file handling.
359: (Spacebar selects)
Normally, PgUp brings text up above screen window into view by scrolling cursor line down. PgDn does the opposite. Reversing them, PgUp scrolls text and cursor line up, bringing text that follows into view.
360: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether PgUp and PgDn scroll one line of text or entire screenful. Normally, they scroll one line, while Shifted PgUp or PgDn scroll a screenful. Swap them if you want PgUp to scroll a screenful (Shf-PgUp/Dn then scroll by line).
243:Type text between quote marks. Then while editing a document, press Ctl-J whenever you want to insert the phrase. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-J action.
244:Type text between quote marks. Then while editing a document, press Ctl-M whenever you want to insert the phrase. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-M action.

245:Type text between quote marks. Then while editing a document, press Ctl-N whenever you want to insert the phrase. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-N action.
246:Type text between quote marks. Then while editing a document, press Ctl-U whenever you want to insert the phrase. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-U action.
247:PC-Write inserts this path in front of every filename you type. It's handy only if you do NOT keep document files in same location as PC-Write program files. Specify just a drive (for floppy) or both drive and subdirectory (for hard disk):
B: or C:\DIR\
where B or C is drive letter, and DIR is directory name. Be sure to include colon and backward slashes, as above.
248:Backup files are written to current drive and subdirectory unless you specify a different location. Type just a drive (for floppy) or both drive and subdirectory (for hard disk):
B: or C:\DIR\
where B or C is drive letter, and DIR is directory name. Be sure to include colon and backward slashes, as above.
249:PC-Write adds this suffix to every filename you type. This is handy only if ALL your document filenames have a standard extension, such as .DOC : AFRICA.DOC
TAHITI.DOC
Then you just type AFRICA or TAHITI when opening files.

Between the quotes type a period, then up to three letters for extension: ".EXT"
358: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Alt or Esc key to bring up menus. This does not affect what Alt and Esc do while menus display.
361: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want the cursor position to scroll when scrolling by line. Normally it does, but you can have it remain fixed, scrolling text behind it.
362: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate what Left and Right Arrow keys do at the start and end of lines. Normally, they stop at left screen edge, and on right, continue on same line past screen edge. Another option is to have them wrap to the end or start of previous or next line.
363: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate what Shf-Left and Right Arrow keys do when at screen edge. Normally, if there is text past left or right edge, they scroll up to a screenful to bring text into view. Another option is to scroll only eight spaces at a time. (When there is no text past screen edge, Shf-Arrows always jump to screen edge.)
333:
364: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Ctl-P as speed key to print entire file in one step. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-P action.
368:Press Spacebar at radio button to improve screen display on some monitors. Snow occurs on IBM graphics display. Flicker is common on CGA, PCJr, Compaq, EGA, most laptops, and some other displays. Fixing flicker may help if your 'almost compatible' video board isn't working.
370: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to use special file handling to accommodate end of file characters. Borland C and Pascal program files may need this.
374: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to display a bar at end of file. Similar to page breaks, this line only displays in Hide mode.
379: (Spacebar selects)
Turn on (or off) special handling for less compatible computers. This is an alternative to trying special keyboard settings 1, 2, or 3 above.
380: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want the move by word function (Ctl-Left or Right Arrow) to stop after punctuation not followed by a space. This is useful when editing path names, such as C:\1991\MAY\AFRICA.DOC.
383: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Ctl, Alt, and Shift keys to 'stick' when pressed. Useful for those who prefer to, or must, type with one hand. Pressing the key a second time 'unsticks' it.
384: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to convert embedded tab characters upon opening each file. Existing tabs are replaced by spaces to position text at current tab stop locations. This is a permanent replacement that cannot be undone once the file is saved.
388: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to have
PC-Write ask if you want to write a backup copy when you exit a file. Backup file has same name but an extension beginning with the '%' sign: FIJI.DOC becomes FIJI.%DO
395: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Ctl-B to insert a Hard Hyphen. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-B function, and is helpful if Ctl-Hyphen (the normal key assignment) does not work on your keyboard.
396: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Ctl-H to insert a Soft Hyphen. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-H function, and is helpful if Shf-Ctl-Hyphen (the normal key assignment) does not work on your keyboard.
397: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Ctl-M to do the Transpose Left one character function. This re-
places Wordstar Ctl-M function, and is helpful if Shf-Bksp (the normal key assignment) does not work on your keyboard.
398: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Ctl-N to do the Transpose Right one character function. This re-
places Wordstar Ctl-N function, and is helpful if Shf-Esc (the normal key assignment) does not work on your keyboard.
391: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Ctl-G to switch between Hide and Show mode. This replaces Wordstar Ctl-G function, and is helpful if Alt-Spacebar (the normal key assignment) does not work on your keyboard.
200: (Spacebar selects)
Document bar has fonts, shapes, spell, and print functions. Endnote bar has no fonts, but adds endnote and thesaurus functions to above. Windows bar streamlines split screen editing of multiple files. Navigator bar has bookmark, searching, and other jumping functions (no spell or formatting functions).
131:Change shades for print preview screen.
372: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate shades for print preview screen. Black on white simulates black type on white paper.
371: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate action of F1 key at top line menus. Normally, F1 displays help screen, but you can change it to always display F1 System menu (e.g. to exit with F1 F2.)
153: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate size of paper you normally use. A4 size (21cm) is for European style paper.
154: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want spell, search, and update references to continue to next file in series. PC-Write normally waits for you to switch files once using F5 or F7 key (to prior/next file in series), before assuming your document is a series of files.
155: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want to be able to quickly switch back and forth between several files. Remembering names allows Up and Down Arrow keys at file prompts to successively display name(s) of previous file(s) edited (so you don't have to retype the name).
130:Change what and how information shows in file listing displayed with List Files or Open notes.
157: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate how you usually want the file listing to display. Short form displays just filename (five columns across). Long form displays filename, size, date, and time. Pressing F4 at listing switches between the two forms.
156: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate what information you want included in the File notes. Less information leaves you more room for comments.
133:Change when printer and edit information files are read.
134:Press Enter to continue to next screen.
152: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate when you want print information read. Reading when PC-Write first loads may slow loading slightly, but prepares you to edit and reformat documents. Otherwise, PC-Write pauses to read print information upon your first formatting operation (or to display settings in some menus).
151: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate the paper feeding mechanism you normally use. Single sheet option is for hand fed paper, the other two mechanically feed paper to your printer.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
354: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to display hints when menus display. Hints give a one line description of menu or button bar items in place of status line (also available by pressing Shf-F1).
186: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate which information lines to display at top of screen. Status line shows filename and editing status. Ruler line shows current margins, indents, tabs, and cursor location. Menu and Button bars can display but are not active until you press Alt or mouse. See Button bar types under Screen Display.
120:Change the composition of Ruler lines, Window separator bars, and Button bars.
381: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate number of spaces you normally use to follow period or other punctuation at end of sentences. This does not convert spaces between existing sentences. It's meant to match your usual typing style with PC-Write wordwrap. Only applies to ASCII Ragged operation and column mode reformat.
389: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether to write a backup of an existing backup file along with backing up your file. The secondary backup extension for entry backups begins with '$'. (instead of usual '&' sign):
FIJI.&DO becomes FIJI.$DO

An exit secondary backup file extension begins with '#': FIJI.%DO becomes FIJI.#DO
125:Set feature profile to core, basic, standard or advanced level to adapt PC-Write to your needs.
098:Change display of information at top of screen: Menu hints, Menu bar, Status line, Ruler line, Button bar.
149:Change shades for editing screen, menus, font characters, button bar and help screen. Choose from sample sets or create your own.
101:Change colors for editing screen, menus, font characters, button bar and help screen. Choose from sample color sets or create your own using a color palette.
088:Change options for automatic saving, backups, document file and directory information, and conversions.
118:Set where PC-Write looks for document files and what extension to give them. Turn on options for file series or filename remembering.
148: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate the order in which you want files to display for File List. Non-sorted leaves files in the order they appear in DOS directory listing.
345: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want Alt font letter keys (e.g. Alt-B), when marked text present, to insert beginning and ending font characters surrounding marked text. If not, single font character is inserted at cursor (marked text ignored).
346: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate whether you want to always use column boxing when in column mode. Otherwise, you are prompted with option for normal boxing. You can also set or cancel this while editing, through the menus. Applies to mouse button actions as well.
128:Change actions of font and boxing keys. Reassign some standard PC-Write keys that are not available on certain keyboards.
192: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate the feature level you want. Core is bare minimum, and each higher level adds more features for all sets. You can change levels for individual feature sets by selecting Adapt Profile at the pull-down menus.
349:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all of the files required for Help. Includes help while editing and hints for menu items. Disk space required is 168 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
348:Use Spacebar at check box to indicate whether to install all files required for creating printer drivers. You need this only if you want to install a printer later without running INSTALL again. Disk space required is 339 K.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
393: (Spacebar selects)
Indicate information lines you want at the top of your screen. Selecting all help lines includes Status line, Ruler line, menu and button bars and their hint lines.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
100:Change decimal character, international character set or paper size.
158: (Spacebar selects)
IMPORTANT: If you want ALL features available from the start, select Advanced level. OTHERWISE: Core feature level is bare minimum, and each next level adds more features. You can easily fine tune feature levels at any point later.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
196: (Spacebar selects)
Printing without microspacing can be faster but justified text is less evenly spaced. Space/micro mix speeds printing (eliminates printer head zig zag for some) and retains even spacing but may cause underline problems.

When done with all selections, highlight 'Continue...' and press Enter.
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  3 Responses to “Category : Word Processors
Archive   : PCWA401A.ZIP
Filename : CUSTOM.HLP

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/