Dec 172017
 
Analyze your writing style as you write. Computes a running difficulty level, and points out possible writing errors.
File PSCRIB30.ZIP from The Programmer’s Corner in
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Analyze your writing style as you write. Computes a running difficulty level, and points out possible writing errors.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
ORDERPS 2499 875 deflated
PRINTMAN.BAT 1237 440 deflated
PS.EXE 130611 74409 deflated
PSHELP.SCR 44007 8317 deflated
PSMANUAL.DOC 83394 26681 deflated
QUICK.REF 9405 3554 deflated
README.BAT 2071 825 deflated
TEST.TXT 4084 1831 deflated
WASTED.WRD 8879 2693 deflated
WHATS.NEW 4108 1755 deflated

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Contents of the README.BAT file


ECHO OFF
CLS
echo READ ME FIRST . . . .
echo Four (4) commands are all you need to get started: (See Quick.Ref)
echo * PS - Will run Pro~Scribe-All options (including Help) available
echo * PS FileName - Will immediately analyze the file you named
echo * PSE - Will load PS Express - your memory-resident writing coach
echo * PRINTMAN - Will print the manual on your printer
echo
echo Check that these files are on your disk
echo PSE.COM PS EXPRESS \ Sent to registered
echo EFFECTIV.WRT "Effective, High-Impact Writing" / users of Pro~Scribe
echo WHATS.NEW Describes improvements to PS/PSE with this Version
echo QUICK.REF Quick Reference Guides to both PS and PSE
echo
echo To Run Pro~Scribe: To Print Manual: To Test Pro~Scribe: To Order PS:
echo PS.EXE PSMANUAL.DOC TEST.TXT ORDERPS
echo PSHELP.SCR PRINTMAN.BAT
echo WASTED.WRD These files can be stored once you've printed the
echo FREQUENT.WRD manual and tested Pro~Scribe - not needed to run PS.
echo
echo To run PS from any directory: Before running PS type (or put this line in
echo your AUTOEXEC.BAT file): 'SET PSDIR=drive:\directory\'
echo Replace 'drive:\directory\' with the path to PSHelp.Scr, Wasted.Wrd & PS.Exe
echo
PAUSE
DIR /W
echo
ECHO Are all of Pro~Scribes's files here ???
echo


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