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'WORDPERFECT 5.1 REFERENCE
Manual(s) Dated:-03/90, 10/90
Machines:(IBM PC and Compatibles

This file documents all changes made to the documentation since its initial
printing dated 11/89. The documentation changes are divided in two sections:

s5New Information contains additions or changes to the manual which represent
modifications to the WordPerfect program.

s5Typographical Errors and Minor Corrections contains typographical corrections
and changes to the manual which do not represent modifications to the
WordPerfect program.


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HDCN Page 1 0Documentation Change Notice
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DOCUMENTATION CHANGE NOTICE

Product/Manual:WORDPERFECT 5.1 REFERENCE
Manual(s) Dated:$03/90, 10/90
Machines:IBM PC and Compatibles

This file documents all changes made to the documentation since
its initial printing dated 11/89. The documentation changes are
divided in two sections:

New Information contains additions or changes to the manual which
represent modifications to the WordPerfect program.

Typographical Errors and Minor Corrections contains typographical
corrections and changes to the manual which do not represent
modifications to the WordPerfect program.


New Information


TITLE PAGE
Page(s): i
Manual Date:
10/01/900*((Changed WordPerfect FAX number to:
(801) 222-5077 (#1,047) 800*((h((8
WORDPERFECT SOFTWARE
Page(s): iii
Manual Date: 10/01/90:0*))r5Changed first sentence in first paragraph to:
WordPerfect word processing software is also
available for the Amiga, Apple IIe/IIc, Apple IIGS,
Atari ST, and Macintosh computers as well as Data
General, OS/2, VAX, and UNIX-based systems*.
(#844)8/0*))))8
GETTING STARTED
Page(s): 8
Manual Date: 10/01/900*))Added following information immediately above
r5$Pull-Down Menus:
For more information about simply assigning Help to
F1, Cancel to Escape, and Repeat Value to F3, see
Alternate Keyboard under Environment Setup in
Reference. (#1,060)80*))r}))8
CGETTING HELP
Page(s): 14
Manual Date: 10/01/90\0*))r5Changed first sentence of After-Hours Support to:
Call (801) 222-9010 to receive support on
Wordperfect products for IBM PC-compatible
computers between 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. Mountain Time,
Monday morning through Friday evening. (#1,049)C80*))))8
ADVANCE
Page(s): 32
Manual Date: 10/01/90F0*))Added following information after Returning to the
r5Original Position paragraph:
Text Boxes
Advance code measurements inside text boxes are
measured from the top left corner of the box.
(#100)8; 0*))))8
COLORS/FONTS/ATTRIBUTES
Page(s): 72
Manual Date: 10/01/90"0*))Added following paragraph immediately after third
r50"paragraph under the screen:
If you select option 2 or 3, you must have the
HRF12.FRS or HRF6.FRS (respectively) in the
directory that contains WP.EXE. These files are
installed with the Graphics files (see the
Installation Instructions card). (#1,050)8s%0*))~#!))8&0*))COLUMNS, NEWSPAPER
Page(s): 78
Manual Date: 10/01/90N0*%%r5Changed information under Features heading to read:
You can create columns while using several
WordPerfect features, including graphics text boxes
and headers. You cannot include columns in
footnotes, endnotes, or tables, however.

If you want to include a table in a column, create
the table in a graphics box (see Table, Create in
Reference). (#583)880*%%%%8
COLUMNS, PARALLEL
Page(s): 83
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Changed paragraph under Features to:
You can create columns while using several
WordPerfect features, including graphics text
boxes, headers, and footers. You cannot include
columns in footnotes, endnotes, or tables, however.

If you want to include a table in a column, create
the table in a graphics box (see Table, Create in
Reference). (#583)80*%%{%%8
CONVERT PROGRAM
Page(s): 92
Manual Date: 03/01/90Z0*%%r5
Corrected screen to show new option. (#209)8
0*%%
%%8
CONVERT PROGRAM
Page(s): 93
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Added C DisplayWrite to bottom of input file list.
(#209)8O0*%%%%8
CONVERT PROGRAM
Page(s): 95
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above
r5Filename Patterns:
DisplayWrite to WordPerfect
Converts DisplayWrite to WordPerfect. For
information on the .CRS prompt, see
Revisable-Form-Text below. (#209)80*%%9D%%8
CROSS-REFERENCE
Page(s): 105
Manual Date: 10/01/90#0*%%Changed last sentence in paragraph above italicized
r5|paragraph at the bottom of the page to:
For example, mark a paragraph number by moving the
cursor to the immediate right of the paragraph
number code you want to cross-reference, then mark
the target. (#1,285)80*%%%%8
CCROSS-REFERENCE
Page(s): 106
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following bulleted item immediately above the
last bulleted item: To mark a page number for a
graphics box, place the target in the graphics box
caption. If the box "bumps," the correct page
r5number is still referenced. (#1,285)C80*%%[f%%8
DISPLAY PITCH
Page(s): 128
Manual Date: 10/01/90 0*%%r5PAdded following immediately above Tables:
Rewrite
If there are no absolute measurement codes in the
portion of the document on the screen, selecting
Rewrite (Ctrl-F3,3) resets Display Pitch and
adjusts the text. (#1,229)8"0*%%E!P%%8:#0*%%DOCUMENT SUMMARY
Page(s): 157
Manual Date: 03/01/90N0*%%Changed second sentence of second paragraph under
r5Information Entries to:
You can type in a subject or you can move to the
status line in the Document Summary menu, press
Retrieve (Shift-F10), then type y to retrieve the
first 160 characters of the Subject entry from the
document (see Subject Entries below). (#246)80*%%%%8
DOCUMENT SUMMARY
Page(s): 157
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following paragraph immediately after first
r5paragraph under Name and Type:
Do not enter a pathname. WordPerfect does not
recognize pathnames in long document names and
treats them as part of the long document name.
(#763)8{0*%%-8%%8
CDOCUMENT SUMMARY
Page(s): 158
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Changed last sentence of first paragraph under
r5p
Subject Entries to:
It then copies the text immediately following the
RE: (up to 160 characters or the next Hard Return
code [HRt]) into the Subject entry. (#246)C8e0*%%%%8
EDIT-SCREEN OPTIONS
Page(s): 169
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following sentence to end of paragraph under
r5Zthe screen:
In addition, you will be prompted for confirmation
when you delete codes. (#680)80*%%
%%8
8ENVIRONMENT SETUP
Page(s): 170
Manual Date: 10/01/90D0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5Backup Options:
Alternate Keyboard
This option lets you assign Help to F1, Cancel to
Escape, and Repeat Value to F3. If you set this
option to Yes, you can still select a keyboard
layout (see Keyboard Layout in Reference).
(#1,060)880*%%%%8
ENVIRONMENT SETUP
Page(s): 172
Manual Date: 10/01/90#0*%%Added following sentence to end of long italicized
r5|paragraph under Document Management/Summary:
Also, do not enter a pathname. WordPerfect does
not recognize pathnames in long document names and
treats them as part of the long document name.
(#763)80*%%%%8
EQUATIONS
Page(s): 177
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information to paragraph
r5
immediately above Equation Palette:
Pressing Ctrl-Page Down (PgDn) in the Editing
window deletes text from the cursor forward and
resets all display parameters (i.e., Move, Scale)
in the Display window to Automatic. (#689)80*%%[f%%8
CEQUATIONS
Page(s): 180
Manual Date: 10/01/90E!0*%%Added following to the end of the first paragraph
r5 under Deleting in the Equation Editor:
Pressing Ctrl-Page Down (PgDn) in the Editing
window also resets all display parameters (i.e.,
Move, Scale) to Automatic. (#689)C8"0*%%!%%8:#0*%%CEQUATIONS, COMMANDS AND
SYMBOLS
Page(s): 190
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Changed first sentence of second paragraph under
r5Dynamic Operators (Delimiters) to:
There are eight dynamic operators: OVER, LEFT,
RIGHT, SQRT, NROOT, BINOM, LONGDIV, and LONGDIVS.
(#151)C80*%%%%8
EQUATIONS, COMMANDS AND
SYMBOLS
Page(s): 196
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Changed paragraph under Spacing Commands to:
Three commands that you can use to manually adjust
the spacing of your equation within the equation
box are HORZ, VERT, and LINESPACE. See Equations,
Commands Syntax in Reference for details on these
three commands. (#29)8-0*%%%%8
CEQUATIONS, COMMANDS AND
SYMBOLS
Page(s): 196
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
0*%%Changed first sentence of paragraph above Spacing
r5"Commands to:
If you want to insert line breaks into your
equation, use the pound sign (#) or the MATRIX,
STACK, or STACKALIGN commands. (#31)C80*%%{%%8
CEQUATIONS, COMMANDS
SYNTAX
Page(s): 198
Manual Date: 03/01/90Z0*%%Added following information to end of # (pound
r5
sign) paragraph:
At the outermost level of an equation, the pound
sign can be used by itself to separate lines in an
equation (e.g., a=b-c # a=d+3). (#31)C80*%%e%%8
-EQUATIONS, COMMANDS
SYNTAX
Page(s): 202
Manual Date: 03/01/90D0*%%r5OChanged text under VERT n to:
where n is the percentage of the current font size
to move in a relative direction to the right or
left for HORZ and up or down for VERT. If the
number is positive, the direction is right or up;
if the number is negative, the direction is left or
down.

For example, if you are using a 12 point font and
type HORZ 100 x=y, the equation is moved 12 points
(approx. 1/6") to the right. (#93)-80*%%O
%%8
EQUATIONS, COMMANDS
SYNTAX
Page(s): 204
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information immediately before
r5MATFORM paragraph:
LINESPACE
This command allows you to change the vertical line
spacing within STACK, STACKALIGN, and MATRIX
structures. The command must be place before any
of these structures, and the syntax is LINESPACE n
where n is the percentage of normal line spacing
for these structures. For example, LINESPACE 200
is double line spacing. (#29)80*%%#%%80*%%EQUATIONS, COMMANDS
SYNTAX
Page(s): 204
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above
r5MATFORM paragraph:
LONGDIV
This command creates the long division character
over the accompanying variable. The long division
character expands to cover the variable. The
syntax is LONGDIV x.

LONGDIVS
Does the same thing as LONGDIV, but leaves the left
end of the long division character straight.
(#151)8-0*%%%%8
CLIST FILES
Page(s): 214
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following italicized paragraph immediately
r5"after second paragraph under step four:
Pressing List twice does not redisplay the list if
you have changed the default setting for the Long
Document Name feature (Shift-F1,3,4,3). (#1,039)C80*%%p
{%%8
CFIND
Page(s): 216
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Added following italicized paragraph immediately
r5
after first paragraph under Search Patterns:
The 39 characters cannot consist of more than five
words, nor can any word contain more than 29
characters. (#1,001)C80*%%Ze%%8
CFIND, CONDITIONS
Page(s): 219
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed second sentence of paragraph under Reset
r5Conditions to:
Selecting Reset Conditions (2) completely clears
this screen and empties all existing search
conditions. (#1,056)C80*%%DO%%8
GRAPHICS, FORMATS AND
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 238
Manual Date: 03/01/90.0*%%r59Added Border Options under Other paragraph. (#150)890*%%9%%8
GENERATE
Page(s): 243
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5|Changed Not Enough Memory heading to:
Not Enough Memory -- Marked Text Block Too Large
(#1,086)80*%%q|%%8
GENERATE
Page(s): 243
Manual Date: 10/01/90f0*%%Added following paragraph immediately above See
r5Also:
Tables
If a table is in a document that you are
generating, all columns will be left or full
justified. (#1,238)8[0*%%
%%8
GO TO
Page(s): 245
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Deleted parenthetical note under first item in
r5PLocation column. (#1,156)8P0*%% %%8 0*%%GRAPHICS, CONVERSION
PROGRAM
Page(s): 252
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above /g=16
r5paragraph:
/f=#
After a color or gray scale conversion (with /c or
/g), you can use this option to change the fill
color. # represents the following colors:

1=Black 6=Magenta
2=Blue 7=Brown
3=Green 8=Gray
4=Cyan 9=Dark Gray
5=Red (#259)8-0*%%%%8
CGRAPHICS, CONVERSION
PROGRAM
Page(s): 252
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
0*%%r5{Changed numbering of options under /b=# to:
1=Black 5=Red
2=Blue 6=Magenta
3=Green 7=Brown
4=Cyan 8=White (#290)C80*%%{%%8
-GRAPHICS, CONVERSION
PROGRAM
Page(s): 253
Manual Date: 03/01/90Z0*%%r5eAdded following information after /o paragraph:
/w
As WordPerfect 5.1 converts HPGL plotter files, all
measurements are scaled, including pen widths which
are interpreted as the standard (.35mm) pen width
before the conversion. WordPerfect 5.0 translated
pen widths as "hairline" with no width conversion.
If you still want WordPerfect to translate pen
widths as hairline, start the 5.1 Graphics
Conversion Program with the /w startup option.
(#28)-80*%%e
%%8
-GRAPHICS, CONVERSION
PROGRAM
Page(s): 253
Manual Date: 03/01/90.0*%%Added following information immediately above /o
r5paragraph:
/n=#
After a color or gray scale conversion (with /c or
/g), you can use this option to change the line
color. # represents the following colors:
1=Black 6=Magenta
2=Blue 7=Brown
3=Green 8=Gray
4=Cyan 9=Dark Gray
5=Red (#259)-80*%%9
%%8
GRAPHICS, DEFINE A BOX
Page(s): 260
Manual Date: 10/01/90[0*%%Deleted italicized paragraph immediately above
r5Changing a Box Definition. (#1,058)80*%%
%%8
8GRAPHICS, EDIT
Page(s): 270
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following paragraph immediately before Go To
r5Pparagraph:
DrawPerfect
This option enables you to go directly into
DrawPerfect to edit a graphics image. It is
explained in detail in the WordPerfect Shell
DrawPerfect Users Guide that accompanies the
DrawPerfect documentation. (#141)88:#0*%% %%8#0*%%GRAPHICS, EDIT
Page(s): 273
Manual Date: 10/01/90N0*%%Deleted asterisk next to DrawPerfect in second
paragraph under Shell and deleted italicized
r5Nparagraph immediately above Switch. (#745)8N0*%%%%8
GRAPHICS, FORMATS AND
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 277
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Added following line under Microsoft Chart:
Microsoft Excel HPGL Yes (#88)8C0*%%8%%8
GRAPHICS, FORMATS AND
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 277
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Deleted asterisk next to DrawPerfect. (#745)80*%%{%%8
GRAPHICS, FORMATS AND
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 278
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Deleted one of the asterisks next to PlanPerfect in
both the list and the second paragraph below the
r5p
list. Also deleted first paragraph below the list.
(#745)80*%%"%%8
GRAPHICS, FORMATS AND
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 281
Manual Date: 10/01/90Z0*%%r5eAdded following item under TIFF:
Six-bit-per-sample images are not supported.
(#825)8
0*%%e%%8
GRAPHICS OPTIONS
Page(s): 285
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information after first paragraph
r5Ounder Border Style:
To make settings for each type of border you can
create (e.g., Single, Thick), select Border Options
(Shift-F8,4,8). This menu determines the
appearance of the border type you select. (#150)80*%%%%8
HELP
Page(s): 300
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following italicized information immediately
r5above Help File:
Context-sensitive help also works in pull-down
menus. When you press Help (F3), a menu of
information for the highlighted item appears.
(#646)8|0*%%.9%%8
8HELP
Page(s): 300
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above
r5qContext-Sensitive Help:
Alternate Keyboard
Many software programs use F1 as the Help key. The
Alternate Keyboard option (Shift-F1,3,9) lets you
assign Help to F1. For more information, see
Alternate Keyboard under Environment Setup in
Reference. (#1,060)88[0*%%%%8
INITIAL SETTINGS
Page(s): 325
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information two paragraphs prior to
r5PRepeat Value heading:
Changes to the Size Attribute Ratio option only
affect printer definitions. In order for the
changes to take effect in the printer definition,
you must update the definition (see Update under
Printer, Select in Reference). After updating the
definition, documents saved with that printer
selected will reflect the changes. (#101)8#0*%% %%8$0*%%-INITIAL SETTINGS
Page(s): 325
Manual Date: 10/01/90N0*%%Changed second sentence of second paragraph above
r5Repeat Value to:
In order for the changes to take effect in the
printer definition for a non-PostScript printer,
you must update the definition (see Update under
Printer, Select in Reference).

Added following paragraph two paragraphs above
Repeat Value:
You do not have to update PostScript printer
definitions. (#747)-80*%%
%%8
KEYBOARD LAYOUT
Page(s): 336
Manual Date: 03/01/90"0*%%Changed second and third paragraphs under Original
r5{to read:
You can also switch to the original keyboard from
anywhere in WordPerfect by pressing Ctrl-6. Unlike
the Original option, Ctrl-6 temporarily selects a
keyboard. If you don't use the Original option or
select another keyboard on the Setup: Keyboard
Layout menu, the keyboard you selected prior to
pressing Ctrl-6 will be in effect the next time you
start WordPerfect.

To switch back to the keyboard you selected without
exiting WordPerfect, press Ctrl-6 twice. To
disable the Ctrl-6 option, use the /no startup
option (see Appendix N: Startup Options). (#326)80*%%%%8
LABELS
Page(s): 357
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately below fifth
r5paragraph under Printing Labels:
If you are printing selected logical pages of
labels, the labels will be printed on a single
physical page of labels until that page is full.
For example, if you are printing labels 1, 15, 40,
and 75 on a 30-label sheet of labels, all four of
the labels will be printed on the same sheet.
(#1,025)8|0*%%9D%%8
LANGUAGE
Page(s): 361
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following languages and codes where they fall
r5qalphabetically:
Croatian HR
Hungarian HU
Slovak SL
Ukranian YK (#1,154)8
0*%%%%8
CLANGUAGE RESOURCE FILE
Page(s): 367
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed first sentence of paragraph above screen
r5to:
Fields 9 through 31 in the records in the WP.LRS
file are referenced only for the package language
for your version of WordPerfect. (#1,034)C80*%%P[%%8 0*%%-LANGUAGE RESOURCE FILE
Page(s): 369
Manual Date: 10/01/90N0*%%Added following information immediately above See
r5Also:
Fields 28-31 contain symbols that are used when you
import spreadsheets. For more information, see
Currency Symbols under Spreadsheet, Import and Link
in Reference.

Field 28 contains the character used to separate
decimal numbers from whole numbers. Field 29
contains the currency symbol. Fields 30 and 31
contain the credit and debit symbols. (#1,034)-80*%%
%%8
LIST FILES
Page(s): 385
Manual Date: 10/01/90"0*%%Deleted second and third sentences in third
r5{paragraph under Print and inserted in their place:
Typing y instructs WordPerfect to print the
document on the printer for which the document was
created. If WordPerfect cannot find that printer
on your list of printers, WordPerfect will give you
an error message and require you to select a new
printer for the document or retrieve the document,
then print it. (#1,046)8
0*%%%%8
LIST FILES
Page(s): 387
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed first sentence in the paragraph immediately
r5above WordPerfect Features in List Files to:
This feature will not work to display the files on
a diskette drive nor will it work if you have
changed the default setting for the Long Document
Name feature (Shift-F1,3,4,3). (#1,039)80*%%OZ%%8
LIST FILES
Page(s): 387
Manual Date: 03/01/9090*%%Changed first sentence under Redisplaying List
r5Files to:
If you have been displaying files or directories
from your hard drive, you can press List (F5) twice
in a row to redisplay the most recently displayed
List Files screen. (#147)8.0*%%%%8
LIST FILES
Page(s): 387
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following paragraph immediately above
r5#WordPerfect Features in List Files:
You can rewrite the currently displayed List Files
screen by pressing Screen (Ctrl-F3). (#704)8q0*%%q|%%8
LOCATION OF FILES
Page(s): 395
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%r5Added following immediately above Style Files:
Spreadsheet Files
Enter the directory where your spreadsheet files
are located. WordPerfect uses this directory when
you import or link to a spreadsheet. For more
information, see Spreadsheet, Import and Link in
Reference. (#1,131)80*%%%%8
LOCKED DOCUMENTS
Page(s): 396
Manual Date: 03/01/90E!0*%%Changed second sentence of italicized paragraph at
the bottom of the page to: The password can contain
r5E!no more than 23 characters. (#13)8E!0*%%!%%8!0*%%LOCKED DOCUMENTS
Page(s): 397
Manual Date: 10/01/90N
0*%%r5Added following paragraph immediately above Unlock:
Text Out
When you use Text In/Out to save a document as a
5.0 document, the file remains locked. If you save
the document as a 4.2 file, the file is unlocked.
(#1,206)8C
0*%%

%%8
LOOK
Page(s): 398
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Changed first sentence under main heading to: The
List Files menu includes a Look option that lets
you view the text or document summary of a
WordPerfect 5.1 or 5.0 file, the text of a
WordPerfect 4.2 or DOS text file, a WordPerfect 5.1
macro description, or a list of the files in a
r5{directory. (#1,114)8{
0*%%

%%8
LOOK
Page(s): 399
Manual Date: 03/01/90
0*%%r5Changed fourth sentence under Cursor Movement to:
Screen Up (-) and Screen Down (+) move the cursor
up or down through the document one screen at a
time.

Added following sentence to end of first paragraph
under Cursor Movement:
Page Up (PgUp) and Page Down (PgDn) move to the
next or previous document. (#215)8
0*%%

%%8
LOOK
Page(s): 399
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Changed fourth sentence of first paragraph under
r5Cursor Movement to:
Screen Up (-) and Screen Down (+) and Page Up
(PgUp) and Page Down (PgDn) move the cursor up or
down through the document one screen at a time.

Deleted last sentence of same paragraph. (#1,035)89
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MACROS, MACRO EDITOR
Page(s): 419
Manual Date: 03/01/90
0*%%r5Deleted "or Escape (Esc)" from step 2. (#202)8
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CMACROS, MACRO EDITOR
Page(s): 420
Manual Date: 10/01/90q
0*%%Added following information immediately above Notes
r5section:
If you want to insert the commands associated with
a macro assigned to a key on the current keyboard
layout, press Ctrl-v, then press the key. (#764)C8
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MEMORY
Page(s): 456
Manual Date: 03/01/90[
0*%%Added following sentence to end of first paragraph
under Expanded Memory: For more information, see
r5[/32 in Appendix N: Startup Options. (#171)8[
0*%%


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CMEMORY
Page(s): 456
Manual Date: 03/01/90
0*%%r5Changed first sentence under /r Startup Option to:
If you have at least 592K of unused expanded memory
(LIM Spec 3.2 or 4.0), the WP.FIL file portion of
the WordPerfect program can be loaded into memory
by starting WordPerfect with wp/r. (#249)C8E!
0*%%

%%8!
0*%%CMERGE
Page(s): 463
Manual Date: 03/01/90N0*%%r5Changed second sentence of first paragraph to:
Records using the {NEXT RECORD} or {FIELD NAMES}
commands (see Appendix K: Macros and Merge,
Programming Commands) are the only exceptions to
this rule. (#218)C80*%%%%8
MERGE
Page(s): 465
Manual Date: 10/01/9080*%%Added following sentence to end of italicized
r5paragraph below step 5:
To enter a Form Feed command [FF], press Ctrl-l.
(#796)80*%%%%8
MERGE
Page(s): 465
Manual Date: 10/01/90{0*%%Added following information immediately below
r5italicized paragraph under step 5:
You cannot specify ^C, ^D, ^E, ^F, ^G, ^N, ^O, ^P,
^Q, ^R, ^S, ^T, ^U or ^V as a delimiter. (#762)8"0*%%"-%%8
MERGE
Page(s): 468
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed last sentence in first paragraph below the
r5second step 1 to:
Merge codes are not permitted in styles or graphics
box captions. (#1,030)8e0*%%ep
%%8
CMERGE
Page(s): 471
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above step
r5Z3:
The Setup: Merge DOS Text File screen will appear.
For more information about this screen, see DOS
Delimited Text Files above. (#796)C8O0*%%
%%8
MOUSE SETUP
Page(s): 473
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information above Double-Click
r5DInterval:
Assisted Mouse Pointer Movement
This option determines whether WordPerfect moves
the mouse pointer to the first selectable item when
the menu bar or a WordPerfect menu is displayed.
(#219)80*%%%%8
OTHER FORMAT
Page(s): 492
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%Added following information immediately above See
r5|Also:
Border Options
This menu determines the appearance of the border
types you can select for both graphics boxes and
tables. (#150)80*%%%%8
OUTLINE, DEFINE
Page(s): 501
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added the following between the words "options" and
"affect" in second paragraph under Outline, Define:
(with the exception of Automatically Adjust to
r5[Current Level) (#1)8[0*%%[f%%8
OUTLINE, DEFINE
Page(s): 503
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information immediately before last
r5Pparagraph under Enter Inserts Paragraph Number:
If this option is set to Yes and Outline is on, you
can insert a hard return without inserting a
paragraph number by pressing Ctrl-v before pressing
Enter. Similarly, pressing Ctrl-v before pressing
Ctrl-Enter will insert a hard page break. (#221)8"0*%% %%8:#0*%%8OUTLINE, DEFINE
Page(s): 504
Manual Date: 03/01/90N0*%%Added following information to end of second
r5paragraph under the screen:
If you want a paragraph number to be a Roman
numeral at its own level and an Arabic numeral when
attached to subsequent levels (e.g., I., 1.1,
1.11), select Uppercase Roman/Digits if Attached
(X) or Lowercase Roman/Digits if Attached (x).
(#222)880*%%%%8
CPAPER SIZE/TYPE
Page(s): 530
Manual Date: 10/01/90-0*%%Added following italicized paragraph immediately
r5above Text Adjustment:
If you are printing directly to a network printer
(without using a capture command), this option has
no effect. (#870)C8{0*%%%%8
PARAGRAPH NUMBERING
Page(s): 534
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Deleted "(particularly Automatically Adjust to
Current Level)" from second italicized paragraph on
r5the page. (#1)80*%%%%8
"PRINT, DOCUMENT ON DISK
Page(s): 536
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Added following paragraphs immediately above Fast
r5
Save:
Even/Odd Pages
You can print the even or odd pages in a document
by entering e for even or o for odd when
WordPerfect asks you which pages you want to print.
The e or o must be the first thing listed or must
follow the s for document summary (see Selected
Pages below).

You can also print the even or odd pages in a range
of pages (e.g., e,2-20). Similarly, you can print
the even or odd logical pages (i.e., labels) by
entering le or lo. (#1,212)"80*%%Ze
%%8
PRINT JOB, CANCEL
Page(s): 543
Manual Date: 10/01/90|0*%%r5.Changed second sentence under Job Number to:
You can have as many as 999 print jobs waiting to
print. (#1,069)8|0*%%#.%%8
PRINT JOB, DISPLAY
Page(s): 544
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Changed first sentence under Maximum Print Jobs to:
You can have as many as 999 jobs waiting to print.
(#1,069)80*%%%%80*%%
PRINTER, EDIT
Page(s): 552
Manual Date: 10/01/90N
0*%%Added following information immediately above See
r5Also:
Print to Hardware Port
This option lets WordPerfect print directly to the
printer port rather than through the computer BIOS.
If your printer is attached directly to your
computer, make sure you can print properly with
this option set to No, then try setting this option
to Yes and see if it speeds up the printing
process.

If you cannot print properly with this option set
to Yes, return the setting to No. There are
several reasons why this option may not work with
your printer.

The Advanced Setup option that appears after you
select Print to Hardware Port lets you specify the
Interrupt Request Level and Base Port Address of
the I/O port. (#1,065)
8e
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PRINTER CONTROL
Page(s): 558
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Added following paragraph immediately above the
r5Zsteps:
If you receive the message "Action Required in
Printer Control," you need to go to the Printer
Control screen and read the displayed message to
find out what you need to do. (#743)8
0*%%


%%8
PRINTER CONTROL
Page(s): 559
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%r5DChanged third sentence under Job List to:
When numbering reaches 999 (or if you exit and
restart WordPerfect), it starts over again with 1.
(#1,069)89
0*%%9
D
%%8
0*%%
PRINTER PROGRAM
Page(s): 567
Manual Date: 03/01/90N0*%%Changed paragraph under Font Libraries heading to
r5read:
Font libraries are groups of fonts. Shareable font
libraries may have any name (up to 36 characters).
Non-shareable font libraries have the exact name as
the printer for which they were created. Fonts in
a shareable library can be copied to a
non-shareable library and vice versa, but only
shareable libraries can be copied from one .ALL
file to another.

You can use the Printer Program to create and copy
fonts within a .ALL file or shareable font
libraries from one .ALL file to another. This is
useful when you have added fonts from a third-party
software company (e.g., Bitstream Inc.) to your 5.0
.ALL files, and you want to copy them to the 5.1
file.

Changed step 1 to read:
Retrieve the 5.0 .ALL file that has the fonts you
need into the WordPerfect 5.1 version Printer
Program. If it is a 5.0 file, type y when you are
prompted to convert the file.

Changed step two to:
Highlight the printer you want to edit and press
Enter.

Changed step 4 to:
Select Add (1), then press Ctrl-Enter.

Changed step 5 to:
Enter a name to create a shareable font library or
press Enter without entering a name to create a
non-shareable font library.

Deleted sentence under step 6.

Changed note under step 7 to:
If you convert a 5.0 .ALL file, all font libraries
will have the same name as the printer because they
are non-shareable. (#555)
8f0*%%*%%8
PRINTER PROGRAM
Page(s): 568
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Deleted sentence under step 9. (#555)80*%%%%8
CPRINTER PROGRAM
Page(s): 570
Manual Date: 10/01/90 0*%%r5PAdded following information immediately above /afc:
/50point filename
Converts a .PRS or .ALL file to 5.1. This
maintains line height and spacing values but cannot
be used with PostScript files. (#1,239)C8!0*%%E!P%%8"0*%%PRINTING-GENERAL
INFORMATION
Page(s): 580
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Deleted third paragraph under Graphics and replaced
r5it with the following:
If you have a PostScript printer capable of
printing color graphics, you can print color
graphics images in color. If not, color graphics
images are printed in black and white using shading
or fill patterns. (#405)80*%%%%8
CPULL-DOWN MENUS
Page(s): 590
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added the following text immediately above the
r5screen shot:
The keystroke commands listed next to the main
items are the keystrokes you can press to select
the same item. (#602)C80*%%-8%%8
PULL-DOWN MENUS
Page(s): 592
Manual Date: 10/01/90p
0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5Macros:
Function Keys
If you press a function key while in the pull-down
menus, you are exited from the menus, and the
feature associated with the function key is
accessed. For example, if you press Center
(Shift-F6), the Center feature is turned on.
(#608)8Z0*%%"%%8
PULL-DOWN MENUS
Page(s): 592
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following paragraph immediately before
r5OMacros:
The function keys are listed next to each menu
item. (#602)80*%%%%8
REPLACE
Page(s): 599
Manual Date: 03/01/9090*%%Added following bulleted item below Math Operators
r5bulleted item:
Merge Codes (#396)890*%%%%8
CREVEAL CODES
Page(s): 608
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following sentence to end of fourth paragraph
r5.under the screen:
If you use a 1 line Reveal Codes screen, you will
be prompted for confirmation when you delete codes.
(#680)C8#0*%%|%%8
SETUP
Page(s): 621
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following bulleted item where it falls
r5alphabetically under Environment Menu:
Alternate Keyboard (#1,060)80*%%fq%%8
SETUP
Page(s): 622
Manual Date: 10/01/90[0*%%Added following where it falls alphabetically under
r5Location of Files Menu:
Spreadsheet Files (#1,131)8[0*%%
%%8
SORT
Page(s): 629
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following paragraph immediately above See
r5PAlso:
If you use a select string that deletes an entire
table in a table sort, you can restore the table by
pressing Cancel (F1), then selecting Restore (1).
For more information about selecting records, see
Sort, Select Records in Reference. (#589)8"0*%% %%8:#0*%%SORT
Page(s): 629
Manual Date: 10/01/90N0*%%r5Changed last paragraph above See Also to:
You should only sort rows with the same number of
cells. You should also avoid sorting rows with
cells that span multiple rows. (#836)80*%%%%8
"SPELLER, DICTIONARIES
Page(s): 643
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Moved dictionaries and preceding sentence to next
page and added following dictionaries where they
r5fall alphabetically:
Afrikaans (AF)
Danish (DK)
English-Australia (OZ)
English-U.K. (UK)
Finnish (SU)
French-Canada (CF)
French-National (FR)
German-National (DE)
German-Switzerland (SD)
Portuguese-Brazil (BR)
Portuguese-National (PO) (#429)"80*%%8C
%%8
SPELLER UTILITY
Page(s): 649
Manual Date: 03/01/90Z0*%%Screen replaced by the most recent Speller Utility
r5
screen. (#84)8
0*%%
%%8
SPREADSHEET, IMPORT AND
LINK
Page(s): 656
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Changed "documents" in step 4 to "spreadsheets."
(#1,131)8O0*%%D%%8
8SPREADSHEET, IMPORT AND
LINK
Page(s): 656
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Changed paragraph that talks about supported
r5versions to read:
As of this printing of the WordPerfect Reference
Manual, the Spreadsheet Import and Spreadsheet Link
features can import files from PlanPerfect
(versions 3.0 through 5.0), Lotus 1-2-3 (versions
1.0 through 2.2), Microsoft Excel (versions 2.x),
Quattro, and Quattro Pro. (#234)88|0*%%%%8
-SPREADSHEET, IMPORT AND
LINK
Page(s): 656
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed paragraph which discusses supported
r5qversions to:
As of this printing of the WordPerfect Reference
Manual, the Spreadsheet Import and Spreadsheet Link
features can import files from PlanPerfect
(versions 3.0 through 5.0), Lotus 1-2-3 (versions
1.0 through 3.0), Microsoft Excel (versions 2.x),
Quattro, and Quattro Pro.

Also deleted paragraph following the one above.
(#783)-8P0*%%f
%%80*%%SPREADSHEET, IMPORT AND
LINK
Page(s): 659
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above
r5Existing Table:
Currency Symbols
When you import a spreadsheet, WordPerfect uses the
Language Resource file to "translate" decimal
separators, currency symbols, and credit and debit
symbols according to the current language code.
For more information, see Language Resource File in
Reference. (#1,034)880*%%%%8
8SPREADSHEET, IMPORT AND
LINK
Page(s): 660
Manual Date: 10/01/90{0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5-Existing Table:
Date Cells
When you import a spreadsheet that contains date
cells, these dates are formatted according to field
2 for the current language code in the Language
Resource file. For more information, see Language
Resource File in Reference. (#1,037)880*%%"%%8
STYLE, CREATE
Page(s): 677
Manual Date: 03/01/90
0*%%Added following information above Graphics
r5
paragraph:
Generate
Some features that must be generated (e.g.,
Cross-Reference, Subdocuments, and Endnote
Placement) are not allowed in styles. (#143)80*%%Ze%%8
TAB SET
Page(s): 692
Manual Date: 03/01/90D0*%%r5Changed sentence above See Also to:
Hard Tab codes do not change when you change the
type of tab stop settings which precede them in a
document. (#238)80*%%%%8
CTABLE, CREATE
Page(s): 704
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Changed first sentence in paragraph under
r5Spreadsheets to:
You can import data from a PlanPerfect, Lotus
1-2-3, Microsoft Excel, Quattro, or Quattro Pro
spreadsheet into a table. (#234)C80*%%.9%%8
CTABLE, EDIT STRUCTURE
Page(s): 712
Manual Date: 03/01/90q0*%%Added following italicized sentence immediately
r5below the screen:
You can determine the appearance for each style
with the Border Options menu (Shift-F8,4,8).
(#150)C80*%%#%%8
TYPEOVER
Page(s): 751
Manual Date: 03/01/90[0*%%Added italicized paragraph between first and second
paragraphs under Codes that reads: The exception is
r5[Tab codes. You can type over Tab codes. (#116)8[0*%%
%%8
CVIEW DOCUMENT
Page(s): 758
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Deleted all of the last sentence under View
Document and the Printer except for the
cross-reference. We moved the cross-reference to a
location preceding the period in the next to last
r5E!sentence in the same paragraph. (#1,017)C8E!0*%% %%8!0*%%CAPPENDIX M: PULL-DOWN
MENUS
Page(s): 771
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Changed first sentence to:
You can enter ASCII characters by holding down Alt
and typing the corresponding number on the number
pad (do not use the numbers at the top of the
keyboard). (#223)C80*%%%%8
APPENDIX C: CODES
Page(s): 781
Manual Date: 03/01/9080*%%r5Added following information under [Box Num] code:
[Brdr Opt] Border Options (#162)80*%%%%8
APPENDIX C: CODES
Page(s): 782
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Deleted [Full Form] code and accompanying
r5-description. (#331)8-0*%%{%%8
APPENDIX C: CODES
Page(s): 783
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
0*%%Added following code and accompanying description
r5immediately below [Note Num] code and description:
[Open Style] Open Style (#333)8p
0*%%"%%8
APPENDIX C: CODES
Page(s): 783
Manual Date: 03/01/90
0*%%Deleted [Outline Lvl] code and accompanying
r5edescription.

Added following codes and descriptions immediately
above [Outline Off] code:
[Outline Lvl; Open Style] Open Outline Style
[Outline Lvl; Style On] Paired Outline
Style On
[Outline Lvl; Style Off] Paired Outline
Style Off (#332)80*%%
%%8
APPENDIX C: CODES
Page(s): 783
Manual Date: 03/01/9090*%%Deleted [Mark:ToA] code and accompanying
r5description. (#331)80*%%%%8
APPENDIX C: CODES
Page(s): 784
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following code and description immediately
r5.above [Txt Opt] code and description:
[ToA] Table of Authorities Entry (#331)80*%%|%%8
APPENDIX C: CODES
Page(s): 784
Manual Date: 03/01/90q0*%%Added following code and description under [Undrln]
r5code and description:
[Unknown] Non WordPerfect 5.1 Code (#335)8q0*%%#%%8
APPENDIX D: EQUATION
PALETTE
Page(s): 788
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Added following command after BINOMSM:
LINESPACE Vertical Spacing LINESPACE n (#29)8f0*%%[%%8
CAPPENDIX D: EQUATION
PALETTE
Page(s): 788
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above
r5Functions paragraph:
LONGDIV Long Division LONGDIV x
LONGDIVS Long Division (straight) LONGDIVS x
(#151)C8 0*%% %%8
CAPPENDIX E: ERROR
MESSAGES
Page(s): 809
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%Changed first sentence of Solution to Invalid
r5"Printer Definition String to:
If you have not added information to the printer
definition using PTR, rename the .PRS file and
reselect the printer. (#86)C8$0*%%$!%%8APPENDIX E: ERROR
MESSAGES
Page(s): 812
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed Not Enough Room on WP Disk to Retrieve Text
to No Room on WP Disk to Retrieve Text and moved it
r5Nto previous page. (#1,130)8N0*%%%%8
APPENDIX F: FONT
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 817
Manual Date: 10/01/9080*%%Added information for other font companies
r5supported by WordPerfect. (#1,360)80*%%C%%8
eAPPENDIX G: INITIAL
SETTINGS
Page(s): 819
Manual Date: 10/01/90{0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5-Center Page:
Border Options
Single-Width .013"
Single-Shading 100%
Double-Width .013"
Double-Shading 100%
Double-Spacing Between .013"
Dashed-Width .013"
Dashed-Shading 100%
Dashed-Dash Spacing .013"
Dashed-Dash Length .053"
Dotted-Width .013"
Dotted-Shading 100%
Dotted-Dot Spacing .013"
Thick-Width .063"
Thick-Shading 100%
Extra Thick-Width .125"
Extra Thick-Shading 100% (#863)e8D0*%%"%%8
APPENDIX H: KEYBOARDS
Page(s): 823
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added new italicized paragraph immediately above
r59Enhanced:
If you frequently use this keyboard layout, you may
want to order a template specific to this layout by
calling (801) 225-5000. When you do, specify
whether you need an enhanced or regular template.
The number is not toll-free. (#1,054)8|0*%%%%8
CAPPENDIX H: KEYBOARDS
Page(s): 823
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above
r5qEnhanced:
You can make these same assignments and still
select another keyboard by using the Alternate
Keyboard option (Shift-F1,3,9). (#1,060)C8f0*%%%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 846
Manual Date: 10/01/90P0*%%Added {OTHERWISE} command and merge and macro
r5[symbols immediately above {PROCESS} command.
(#1,027)C80*%%%%80*%%-APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 859
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed {ELSE} to {OTHERWISE} in last sentence of
r5third paragraph under {CASE} command.

Added following paragraph immediately after third
paragraph under {CASE} command:
It is possible to use the {ELSE} command instead of
the {OTHERWISE} command to handle cases that do not
match. However, using {ELSE} will produce an error
if the {CASE} command is within an IF statement.
For this reason, we recommend that you use
{OTHERWISE}. (#1,027)-80*%%C
%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 860
Manual Date: 10/01/90p
0*%%Changed {ELSE} to {OTHERWISE} in Merge example
r5{under {CASE} command. (#1,027)C8{0*%%%%8
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 861
Manual Date: 03/01/90Z0*%%Changed second and third sentences under "Merge"
r5eexample to read:
The {CASE CALL} command allows the user to select
the author by number. If a correct number is not
selected, the {ELSE} case executes the routine
again. (#623)80*%%%%8
8APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 861
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed {ELSE} to {OTHERWISE} in Macros example
r5under {CASE CALL} command.

Changed {ELSE} to {OTHERWISE} in first paragraph
under Merge example for {CASE CALL} command.

Changed {ELSE} to {OTHERWISE} in Merge example
under {CASE CALL} command. (#1,048)880*%%O%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 871
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed first sentence of first paragraph under
r5{ELSE} command to:
The {ELSE} command is used in connection with the
{IF}, {IF BLANK}, {IF EXISTS}, {IF NOT BLANK}, and
{END IF} commands. (#1,027)C80*%%q.%%8q0*%%|APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 872
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed last sentence of first paragraph under
r5{ELSE} command to:
It marks the beginning of the commands which
execute should the IF value be zero (false) (see
{IF} below).

Deleted first sentence of second paragraph under
{ELSE} command. Deleted "or CASE" from the second
sentence of the same paragraph. Deleted "or when
none of the cases match" from the third sentence of
the same paragraph.

Added following paragraph immediately above Macros
example for {ELSE} command:
It is possible to use the {ELSE} command instead of
the {OTHERWISE} command to handle cases that do not
match in a {CASE} or {CASE CALL} command. However,
{ELSE} will not function correctly if the CASE
statement is within an IF statement.

Changed second sentence of Macros example under
{ELSE} command to:
If not, subtract 2.

Changed comment under {ELSE} command in Macros
example for {ELSE} command to:
{;}If not~

Changed comment under {ASSIGN} command in Macros
example for {ELSE} command to:
{;}...subtract 2 from var Number~

Deleted {CASE} and {CASE CALL} commands from both
the last paragraph under the Macros example and the
first paragraph under the Merge example for the
{ELSE} command. (#1,027)|80*%%C#%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 876
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information to end of paragraph
r5above italicized paragraph:
You are limited to 100 named fields, and field
names are limited to 39 characters. (#1,000)C80*%%f#%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 884
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed paragraph under Macros example for {INPUT}
r5command to:
See the Macros subheading under the following
commands for additional examples: {CANCEL OFF},
{MENU OFF}, {Para Down}, {Para Up}. (#1,048)C80*%%P
%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 892
Manual Date: 10/01/90"0*%%Changed {PROMPT} and {PAUSE} lines in Macro example
r5 for {MENU OFF} to:
{INPUT}Mark files. Press enter when done.~
{;}After sending an instructional message,
pause for the user to mark the files~ (#1,048)C8"0*%%:#%%8:#0*%%CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 896
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Changed last sentence of second paragraph to:
In this case, the {NEST PRIMARY} command does not
use one of the 10 nest levels. (#225)C8N0*%%C%%8
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 905
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed paragraph immediately above Macros example
r5for {ON NOT FOUND} command to:
If you search for a nonexistent name with the Name
Search feature, the Not Found condition is returned
at the first character that does not match. You
should insert an {Enter} command somewhere in the
macro after the Not Found is generated to terminate
the name search.

If during a name search all characters before the
{Enter} match, a Not Found is not generated, even
though there may be additional characters in the
name of the file at the cursor. To check whether
the file is an exact match, use {HPg} (Ctrl-Enter)
to terminate the Name Search instead of {Enter}.
When you use {HPg}, a Not Found is generated if the
filename does not exactly match. (#1,121)8Z0*%%-%%8
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 906
Manual Date: 10/01/90D0*%%Added following information immediately above {PAGE
r5OOFF} command:
{OTHERWISE}
Use this command as the last case in a {CASE} or
{CASE CALL} command to handle all cases that do not
match one of the specified cases. See {CASE}
above. (#1,027)80*%%%%8
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 907
Manual Date: 10/01/90|0*%%Changed {PROMPT} and {PAUSE} lines (and
accompanying comments) in Macro example for {Para
r5.Down} command to:
{INPUT}Position cursor on paragraph to be moved
down, then press Enter ~
{;}Prompt user and pause for user to
position cursor~ (#1,048)80*%%#%%8
p
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 908
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed {PROMPT} and {PAUSE} lines (and
r5accompanying comment lines) to:
{INPUT}Position cursor on paragraph to be moved up,
then press Enter.~
{;}Prompt user and pause for user to position
cursor ~

Changed {PROMPT} line of Macros example for {PAUSE}
command to:
{STATUS PROMPT} Edit the codes; Press Enter when
done.~

Added following lines to end of Macros example for
{PAUSE} command:
{STATUS PROMPT}~
{;}Clear status prompt message ~ (#1,048)p
8#0*%%[%%8$0*%%CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 909
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Deleted {Para Down}, {Para Up}, {RESTART} from last
r5sentence under Macros example for {PAUSE} command.
(#1,048)C8N0*%%C%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 911
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Deleted {Para Down}, {Para Up} and {PAUSE} commands
r5from Macro example under {PROMPT} command.
(#1,048)C880*%%-%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 917
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
0*%%Changed first {ELSE} line under "Macros" example
r5{for {SHELL MACRO} command to read:
{ELSE}
{IF SYSTEM}ShellVer~=0~ (#640)C80*%%%%8
-APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 917
Manual Date: 03/01/90Z0*%%Changed first sentence of second paragraph under
r5e{SHELL MACRO} command to read:
This command is only available if you have Shell
version 3.0.
Changed first comment under "Macros" example for
{SHELL MACRO} command to read:
{;}If Shell is version 3.0 or later~
Changed comment under second {ELSE} line under
"Macros" example for {SHELL MACRO} command to read:
{;}Otherwise (if a Shell is running but is a
version earlier than 3.0~ (#639)-8D0*%%
%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 918
Manual Date: 10/01/90.0*%%r5Added following value immediately after 2048:
32768 Cannot go to Shell (#734)C890*%%%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 921
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed last sentence under Macros example for
r5#{STATUS PROMPT} command to:
See the Macros subheading under the following
commands for additional examples: {LOOK}, {PAUSE}.
(#1,048)C80*%%|%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 924
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5fChanged # 97 to:
Hyphen (#354)C8
0*%%f%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 925
Manual Date: 10/01/90!0*%%r5PAdded 61 {OTHERWISE} to numbered list of commands.
(#1,027)C80*%%"P%%8"0*%%8APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 928
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Added following value immediately above 1 Extra
r5Large:
0 Normal

Added following paragraph just above Cell (2)
system variable:
If two attributes are present, their respective
numbers will be added together. (#419)880*%%C%%8
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 930
Manual Date: 10/01/90{0*%%Added following information immediately above Left
r5(9):
KeyState (26) Current keyboard status.

1 Right Shift key pressed.
2 Left Shift key pressed.
4 Ctrl key pressed.
8 Alt key pressed.
16 Scroll Lock active.
32 Num Lock active.
64 Caps Lock active.
128 Insert active. (#152)8
0*%%"%%8
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 930
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately below
r5Endnote (5):
Entry (29)
When in a list, the string name of the currently
highlighted entry. This system variable is not
available when the cursor is not in a list (see
List below), or in the following lists: Keyboard
Edit, Macro Commands, Merge Commands, and Equation
Palette. (#1,043)80*%%Z%%8
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 930
Manual Date: 10/01/90|0*%%Added following information below 2048 for Document
r5(4):
4096 Cursor is between [Outline On] and [Outline
Off] or the end of the file (Outline is on).
(#452)C8|0*%%#%%8
8APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 936
Manual Date: 10/01/90f0*%%r5Added following immediately above ShellVer (25):
RowState (27) Header status of current row.

0 Not in a table, or in a table,
but current row is not a
header row.
1 In a table, and current row is
a header row. (#647)88[0*%%
%%80*%%APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately after first
r5paragraph under /cp=code page number:
To create a code page which maps values 128-254 of
the first 256 ASCII characters defined by DOS ROM,
create a file called WPxxxx.WCP (where xxxx is a
number that is padded left with zeroes; e.g.,
WP0002.WCP instead of WP2.WCP). In the file, type
the ASCII number, a space or tab, the WordPerfect
character set number, then a hard return (e.g., 128
8,1 [HRt]). Start WordPerfect with the /cp option
and the number of the file (e.g., /cp=2 or
/cp=0002). (#1,216)8-0*%%%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 10/01/90p
0*%%r5{Added wp/ws to the list. (#1,209)8{0*%%{%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 03/01/90
0*%%r5Added following startup option after wp/x: wp/32
(#171)8e0*%%Z%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added 897 Hungarian immediately before 899 Russian
in last sentence of paragraph under /cp=code page
r5Onumber. (#1,075)8O0*%%%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 10/01/9090*%%Added following option immediately after wp/f2
r5option:
wp/ln (#779)80*%%D%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 10/01/90|0*%%r5Added following option below wp/no:
wp/pf=path (#732)8.0*%%#%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added 8601 Brazilian Alternate and 8990 Russian
Alternate to /cp information where they fall
r5numerically. (#821)80*%%f%%8
{PRINTER, EDIT
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 10/01/90[0*%%Added wp/bp=printing output buffer option where it
r5falls in alphabetical list.

Also added following paragraph immediately above
/cp=code page number:
/bp=printing output buffer
Specifies the amount of memory (in K) allocated for
the printing output buffer if you are printing
directly to the hardware port (see Print to
Hardware Port under Printer, Edit in Reference).
The allowable range is 0-63. Setting this option
to zero disables printing to the hardware port.
(#1,065){8#0*%%
%%8$0*%%APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 966
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Changed paragraph under /nc to read:
Disables the Cursor Speed and Alt Key Selects
Pull-Down Menu features. In rare instances, these
features may conflict with TSR (Terminate and Stay
Resident) software or some hardware. The /nc
option is especially useful when WordPerfect does
not start up at all. (#113)80*%%%%8
CAPPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 966
Manual Date: 03/01/90-0*%%r58Changed information under filename to:
Retrieves the specified file from the documents
directory (or the default directory is no documents
directory is specified) when WordPerfect comes up.
(#117)C80*%%8%%8
CAPPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 966
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately before /m
r5option:
/ln
Lets you update or change your license number.
(#779)C80*%%"%%8
CAPPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 967
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5
Changed first sentence under /r to:
Loads about 580K of menus, error messages, and
overlays from WP.EXE and WP.FIL into expanded
memory, in addition to the memory normally required
by the program (see Memory in Reference). (#57)C80*%%
%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 967
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Added following option above /ps=path:
/pf=path
Redirects the temporary print queue files to the
specified path. This frees up space if you are
using two disk drives (no hard disk). If you are
on a network, you can direct the files to your hard
drive to speed up printing. (#732)80*%%%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 968
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%Added following information immediately before DOS
r5SET Command:
/32
Instructs WordPerfect to use LIM 3.2 calls only.
This helps WordPerfect run on some expanded memory
drivers that are not LIM 4.0 compatible. (#171)8q0*%%.%%8
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 968
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following paragraph immediately above /x
r5foption:
/ws
Displays the amount of conventional and expanded
memory available. If no expanded memory is
available or if you use /ne, only the amount of
conventional memory is displayed. (#1,209)80*%%[%%8
APPENDIX O:
TROUBLESHOOTING
Page(s): 975
Manual Date: 03/01/90!0*%%Changed second sentence of paragraph that begins
r5 with "Try selecting..." to:
If the document prints incorrectly, you should
check the printer manual or consult your printer
manufacturer for menu or switch setting
requirements for your printer. (#36)8:#0*%%"%%8#0*%%APPENDIX P: WORDPERFECT
CHARACTERS
Page(s): 981
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Added characters 102-147 to Character set 10.
(#155)80*%%%%8
APPENDIX Q: WORDPERFECT
FILES
Page(s): 984
Manual Date: 10/01/9080*%%Added following second level heading immediately
r5above WPSMALL.DRS:
WPSMALL.DRS The following file is installed
by itself: (#740)880*%%C%%8
APPENDIX Q: WORDPERFECT
FILES
Page(s): 987
Manual Date: 03/01/90{0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5-LABELS.WPM:
INLINE.WPM
This macro sets up the necessary codes for creating
an equation in a line of text. It then places you
in the Equation Editor. For more information about
equations, see Equations in Reference. (#268)8p
0*%%"%%8
CAPPENDIX Q: WORDPERFECT
FILES
Page(s): 987
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Added following paragraph immediately above
r5eCODES.WPM:
CALC.WPM
This macro displays a calculator that you can use
for mathematical calculations. (#842)C8Z0*%%Z%%80*%%.APPENDIX Q: WORDPERFECT
FILES
Page(s): 989
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Added following information to end of section:
File Description
WP}WP{.ARI Cross-reference index file
WP}WP{.ART Cross-reference index file
WP{WP}.BK# Timed backup file
WP}WP{.BLK Block file
WP}WP{.BV# Bottom virtual file
WP}WP{.CHK Check file
WP}WP{.CLM Columns file
WP}WP{.DIR Directory listing file
WP}WP{.DL# Directory listing print file
WP}WP{.GFH GIF graphic image file
WP}WP{.GFP Printer GIF graphic image file
WP}WP{.GFT GIF bitmap compress file
WP}WP{.GFV View document GIF graphic image
file
WP}WP{.LS0 List manager overflow files
WP}WP{.MRG Merge file
WP}WP{.PF# Document prefix file
WP}WP{.Q1 Print buffer sort file
WP}WP{.Q2 Print buffer file
WP}WP{.RCT Rectangle file
WP}WP{.SPC Space file
WP}WP{.SRI Sort input file
WP}WP{.SRO Sort output file
WP}WP{.SRT Sort file
WP}WP{.SRX Sort file
WP}WP{.STY List manager file for styles
WP}WP{.TBL Table block file
WP}WP{.TBU Table undelete file
WP}WP{.TPR File for creating .PRS files
WP}WP{.TV# Top virtual file
WP}WP{.UN# Undelete text
WP}WP{DS.### Document summary file (#1,163).80*%%!%%8
APPENDIX R: NETWORK
ADMINISTRATION
Page(s): 997
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately above
r5|/ps=directory pathname:
/pf=path
This startup option redirects the temporary print
queue files to the specified path. To speed up
printing on a network, you may want to specify a
path on your hard disk. (#732)80*%%q%%8
APPENDIX R: NETWORK
ADMINISTRATION
Page(s): 1002
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following information immediately below step
r58:
If you set the port to LPT 1, 2, 3, or 4 or COM 1,
2, 3, or 4 and set the Print to Hardware Port
option to Yes, network printing is disabled. For
more information about the Print to Hardware Port
option, see Printer, Edit in Reference. (#1,065)80*%%
%%8
APPENDIX R: NETWORK
ADMINISTRATION
Page(s): 1010
Manual Date: 10/01/90:#0*%%r5E!Added following network type after B:
C Banyan StreetTalk (#1,171)8!0*%%#E!%%8#0*%%APPENDIX T: MACROS AND
MERGE, VALUE TABLES
Page(s): 1015-023
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added Appendix T to manual. This appendix lists
values for the {NTOK}, {KTON}, {SYSTEM}right~ and
r5N{SYSTEM}left~ commands. (#126)8N0*%%%%8


?Typographical Errors and Minor Corrections

r5INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 03/01/90N0*%%Added following page reference to Decimal/align,
r5table cell:
719 (#424)8N0*%%%%8
r5INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Added following reference:
Ctrl-6 336 (#416)8C0*%%
%%8
r58INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Changed reference under Password, protect to 396
r5and reference under Password, remove to 397.
(#305)80*%%-
8%%8
r5
INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 03/01/90"0*%%Deleted second occurrence of "and [Display Off]"
r5{under Macro Messages. (#237)8{0*%%
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r5pINDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5pChanged reference for Header, row to p 710. (#199)8p0*%%ep%%8
r5CINDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 10/01/90Z0*%%Changed index heading "Margin release to previous
r5level" to:
Margin Release 312, 695, 783
outline 494, 498, 502, 503, 504, 512
paragraph numbering 503, 533 (#123)C80*%%%%8
r5INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 10/01/90D0*%%Added following heading immediately before Office
r5headings:
Offsets 530 (#868)8D0*%%%%8
r5INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Added following heading in index:
Escape sequences 556, 564. (#1,272)890*%%%%8
r5.INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 10/01/90|0*%%r5.Added and bolded p 797 to Error, messages heading.
(#860)80*%%#.%%8
r5INDEX
Page(s): Index
Manual Date: 10/01/90 0*%%Added reference to p. 288 for Caption, graphics
r5qbox, and added following reference:
Equation(s), caption 259, 286, 288. (#353)8 0*%% %%8
r5f!GETTING STARTED
Page(s): 11
Manual Date: 03/01/90"0*%%Corrected spelling of "install" in second sentence
r5
"of italicized paragraph. (#35)8
"0*%%[#f!%%8[#0*%%r5A BRIEF LESSON
Page(s): 19
Manual Date: 10/01/90N0*%%r5Changed last sentence before step 3 to:
If you had changed any text, the new version of the
text would replace the old version. (#744)8N0*%%%%8
r5GETTING STARTED
Page(s): 19
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5Fixed misaligned type. (#55)80*%%%%8
r58BLOCK
Page(s): 46
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%Corrected spacing problem in second and third
r5sentences on the page. Made le ft become left.
(#208)80*%%-8%%8
r5CANCEL
Page(s): 54
Manual Date: 10/01/90"0*%%Changed last sentence of second paragraph under
r5{Recovering Text to:
If nothing appears in the block in the normal
editing screen, you can press Cancel (F1), press
Reveal Codes (Alt-F3), then press Cancel again to
see the codes inserted into your document.
(#1,124)80*%%%%8
r5
CARTRIDGES AND FONTS
Page(s): 60
Manual Date: 10/01/90Z0*%%Changed third sentence under Can be Loaded/Unloaded
r5
During Print Job to read:
Because fonts marked with a plus sign are
downloaded only when needed, marking a font or
print wheel with this option does not decrease
available quantity; however, be aware that you
cannot mark a font with a plus sign (+) if that
font is larger than the remaining available
quantity or if the "* Fonts" amount displays 0.
(#834)80*%%
%%8
r59CENTER TEXT
Page(s): 66
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r59Changed third paragraph under Dot Leader to:
You can also insert a dot leader using the Home
keystrokes (see Hard Center Tab) below). (#430)80*%%.9%%8
r5CENTER TEXT
Page(s): 67
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%r5Changed third sentence on the page to read:
WordPerfect inserts a [CENTER] code in the
document. (#39)8#0*%%%%8
r5qCOLUMNS, PARALLEL
Page(s): 83
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed first sentence of paragraph immediately
r5above Entering Text in Parallel Columns to:
With Block Protect on, typing a set of columns
across a page inserts a Block Protect On code
[Block Pro:On] and Block Protect Off code [Block
Pro:Off] at the beginning and end of each set, just
next to the Column On and Off codes. (#1,051)8[0*%%fq%%8
r5CCURSOR MOVEMENT
Page(s): 84
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Added following sentence immediately after first
sentence in third paragraph under Moving from
r5Column to Column:
The Left Arrow and Right Arrow keys are not the
arrow keys on the number pad. (#1,057)C8E!0*%% %%8!0*%%r5CCONVERT PROGRAM
Page(s): 95
Manual Date: 10/01/90N0*%%Added following information immediately before
r5Final-Form-Text:
If you enter *.* as part of the string, all files
are converted, so you need to output the files to
another directory. (#1,235)C80*%%%%8
r5CONVERT PROGRAM
Page(s): 95
Manual Date: 10/01/9080*%%Changed last sentence in first paragraph under Mail
r5Merge to WordPerfect Secondary Merge to:

The converted file is in WordPerfect secondary
merge format ({END FIELD}[HRt] to separate fields
and {END RECORD}[HRt] to separate records).
(#1,217)80*%%%%8
r5"CURSOR MOVEMENT
Page(s): 108
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
0*%%Corrected spacing in line that reads, "First Line
r5on the Next Page." (#210)80*%%"%%8
r5DOCUMENT SUMMARY
Page(s): 154
Manual Date: 03/01/90
0*%%r5Corrected screen to spell Sculpture correctly.
(#211)8e0*%%
%%8
r5ZDOCUMENT SUMMARY
Page(s): 158
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed F10 in first sentence under Retrieve to
r5Shift-F10. (#1,088)80*%%OZ%%8
r5DOS AND WORDPERFECT
Page(s): 163
Manual Date: 03/01/90D0*%%Added caron ^ to the list of characters that can be
r5used in a filename. (#212)80*%%%%8
r5EQUATIONS
Page(s): 174
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%Changed large n on left side of first equation in
r59illustration to an x. (#616)890*%%%%8
r5.EQUATIONS
Page(s): 179
Manual Date: 10/01/90|0*%%Changed large n on left side of first equation in
r5illustration to an x. (#616)80*%%#.%%8
r5EQUATIONS, COMMANDS AND
SYMBOLS
Page(s): 186
Manual Date: 10/01/900*%%r5Changed last sentence before first example to:
For example, to produce the following equation, you
might say "y equals 1 over the square root of x."
(#850)80*%%f%%8
r5
EQUATIONS, COMMANDS AND
SYMBOLS
Page(s): 194
Manual Date: 03/01/900*%%r5
Changed first sentence on page to read:
For example, to produce the following equation with
a horizontal row of dots on the baseline, type x
DOTSLOW x_n (#41)80*%%
%%8
r5PEQUATIONS, COMMANDS
SYNTAX
Page(s): 206
Manual Date: 10/01/90E!0*%%Changed beginning of last sentence in paragraph
r5underneath x+y and a+b examples to read:
For example, to align the lower subgroup flush
right in the equation below, type (#570)8E!0*%%!P%%8
r5"EXIT
Page(s): 209
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%Changed information under Backtracking to read: If
you change your mind during the exiting process you
can press Cancel (F1) at the Save or Exit prompts
r5$to return to the document on the screen. (#192)8$0*%%$"%%8r5FOOTNOTES AND ENDNOTES
Page(s): 229
Manual Date: 03/01/90N 0*%%r5Changed pointer B to read:
Footnote before code. (#213)8 0*%% %%8
r5FOOTNOTES AND ENDNOTES
Page(s): 229
Manual Date: 10/01/90 0*%%Changed first sentence under Editing an Existing
r5CNote to:
As long as you know the current number, letter, or
character for a note, you can edit any of the notes
you have created, at any time, from anywhere in the
main body of the document. (#1,120)8 0*%% %%8
r5-FORMAT
Page(s): 237
Manual Date: 03/01/90{ 0*%%Changed last sentence in 1st paragraph under codes
r5to:
They do not appear in the normal editing screen,
and they cannot even be seen at the top of your
document when you use Reveal Codes (Alt-F3).
(#200)8p
0*%%" - %%8
r5GENERATE
Page(s): 242
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Deleted second and third sentences under
r5eCross-Referencing. (#1,359)8e 0*%%
%%8
r5ZGO TO
Page(s): 244
Manual Date: 03/01/90 0*%%Changed "Goto" in mouse note under step one to "Go
r5to" (#255)8 0*%%O Z %%8
r5GO TO SHELL
Page(s): 247
Manual Date: 10/01/90D 0*%%Move mouse note immediately above step 2 and
r5changed it to:
Select Go to Shell from the File menu, then go to
step 3. (#1,103)8 0*%% %%8
r59GRAPHICS, DEFINE A BOX
Page(s): 260
Manual Date: 10/01/90 0*%%Changed last sentence of third paragraph above
r5Changing a Box Definition to read:
You may use as many as 256 bytes in the caption.
(#567)8. 0*%%. 9 %%8
r5|GRAPHICS, FORMATS AND
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 277
Manual Date: 03/01/90q 0*%%r5|Changed HIJAAK to HiJaak. (#214)8| 0*%% | %%8
r5HEADERS AND FOOTERS
Page(s): 297
Manual Date: 10/01/90
0*%%Changed second sentence in second paragraph under
r5fEditing an Existing Header or Footer to read:
WordPerfect searches for the header or footer as
explained above. (#522)8 0*%% %%8
r5HYPHENATION ZONE
Page(s): 307
Manual Date: 10/01/90P 0*%%Changed last sentence of paragraph under
r5illustration to read:
As you can see, if the hyphenation zone is small,
more words will meet these criteria. (#615)8 0*%% %%8
r5E!KEYBOARD LAYOUT, MAP
Page(s): 340
Manual Date: 10/01/90" 0*%%Changed last sentence of first paragraph under
Keyboard Layout: Map to: It is another way to edit
r5"the same keyboard layout. (#1,125)8" 0*%%:# E! %%8:# 0*%%r58KEYBOARD LAYOUT, MAP
Page(s): 345
Manual Date: 10/01/90N!0*%%Changed last sentence in last paragraph under Key
r5to:
For this reason, we suggest you use Ctrl-6 or the
Original option on the Setup: Keyboard Layout
screen to make sure the original keyboard is in
effect before you make assignments with this
feature (see Original under Keyboard Layout, Edit
in Reference). (#1,053)88!0*%%!!%%8
r5KEYBOARD LAYOUT, MAP
Page(s): 346
Manual Date: 10/01/90-!0*%%Changed last sentence in first paragraph under
Keyboard Layout: Edit to: It is another way to
r5-edit the same keyboard layout. (#1,125)8-!0*%%!!%%8
r5{LANGUAGE
Page(s): 360
Manual Date: 03/01/90!0*%%r5{Changed Mouse Note under step one to read:
Select Other from the Layout menu. (#554)8"!0*%%p
!{!%%8
r5CLANGUAGE
Page(s): 361
Manual Date: 10/01/90e!0*%%r5Added following text after step 3:
If you want the language code to affect all text in
a document (including substructures such as
footnotes), place the code in Document: Initial
Codes. (#566)C8
!0*%%
!!%%8
r5LINE HEIGHT
Page(s): 374
Manual Date: 10/01/90O!0*%%r5Changed x-ref in second paragraph above example to:
(see Leading Adjustment below). (#852)8!0*%%!!%%8
r5LISTS, DEFINE
Page(s): 390
Manual Date: 10/01/90!0*%%r5Added following sentence above step 6:
Lists 6-10 are preset to assemble captions (see
Graphics below). (#439)8!0*%%!!%%8
r59LISTS, MARK TEXT
Page(s): 391
Manual Date: 10/01/90!0*%%r59Deleted paragraph immediately above Notes section.
(#722)8!0*%%.!9!%%8
r5{LOCKED DOCUMENTS
Page(s): 396
Manual Date: 10/01/90#!0*%%Changed second sentence of first paragraph under
r5|Locked Documents to:
Once it has been locked, you cannot retrieve or
print the file without knowing the password.

Added following italicized paragraph immediately
above step one:
In most situations, the password will provide the
security you need. The password is not, however,
intended to meet U.S. Department of Defense or
other high-level security standards. WordPerfect
Corporation will not unlock a document for you.
(#1,122){8!0*%%!!%%8
r5MACROS, CONVERSION
PROGRAM
Page(s): 405
Manual Date: 03/01/90!!0*%%r5Changed first sentence of Important paragraph to:
The Macro Conversion Program file (MACROCNV.EXE)
needs to be installed properly before using the
program. (#201)8!!0*%%"!!%%8
r5:#MACROS, DEFINE
Page(s): 408
Manual Date: 10/01/90$!0*%%r5:#Changed step two to read:
2 Enter the name for the macro (eight characters or
fewer). (#846)8$!0*%%/%!:#!%%8r5CMACROS, DEFINE
Page(s): 409
Manual Date: 03/01/90N"0*%%Changed last sentence in paragraph under Chaining
r5Macros to read:
The following example describes how to chain macro
B to macro A without using the macro editor.
(#618)C8"0*%%""%%8
r5MACROS, MACRO EDITOR
Page(s): 417
Manual Date: 03/01/908"0*%%Changed second sentence of paragraph above Editing
r5an Existing Macro to read:
If the command displays a menu (e.g., Font), the
Macro Editor inserts a {MENU OFF} before the
command and a {MENU ON} after the command (e.g.,
{MENU OFF}{Font}{MENU ON}F). (#656)8-"0*%%""%%8
r5{CMACROS, MESSAGE DISPLAY
Page(s): 429
Manual Date: 10/01/90"0*%%Changed last sentence in second paragraph under
r5"Display On/Off, Effect on Messages to read:
If Display is off, the screen is not rewritten
unless a {DISPLAY ON} code is encountered and a
subsequent action rewrites the screen. (#523)C8"0*%%p
"{"%%8
r5eMACROS, MESSAGE DISPLAY
Page(s): 430
Manual Date: 03/01/90
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"positioning") in first sentence under first
r5
screen. (#236)8
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r5-MACROS, MESSAGE DISPLAY
Page(s): 431
Manual Date: 10/01/90O"0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5Reveal Codes, Effect on Messages:
Reappearing {PROMPT} Messages
After executing a {CHAR} or {TEXT} command,
WordPerfect restores the contents of the status
line, even if the contents are the message of a
previously executed {PROMPT} command. If you do
not want a {PROMPT} message to reappear after the
{CHAR} or {TEXT} command, use {PROMPT}~ before the
{CHAR} or {TEXT} command to clear the status line.
(#48)-8"0*%%""
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r5MACROS, MESSAGE DISPLAY
Page(s): 431
Manual Date: 03/01/90#"0*%%Changed second comment under second example to
r5|read:
{;} If flag was set (RC was turned off) by above
commands~ (#657)8"0*%%""%%8
r5MARGINS, LEFT AND RIGHT
Page(s): 433
Manual Date: 10/01/90f"0*%%Changed last sentence in paragraph above See Also
r5to:
For example, if your left unprintable region is
.25" and you enter 0 for your left margin setting,
WordPerfect will set your left margin at .25".
(#712)8["0*%%
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r5MARGINS, TOP AND BOTTOM
Page(s): 435
Manual Date: 10/01/90"0*%%Changed last sentence of paragraph above See Also
r5Pto:
For example if your top unprintable region is .25"
and you enter 0 for your top margin setting,
WordPerfect will set your top margin at .25".
(#712)8!"0*%% ""%%8
r5:#MARGINS, TOP AND BOTTOM
Page(s): 435
Manual Date: 03/01/90$"0*%%Corrected spelling of "allow" in first sentence of
r5#paragraph above See Also. (#231)8#"0*%%/%":#"%%8r5MATH, FORMULAS
Page(s): 450
Manual Date: 10/01/90N#0*%%Changed first example under Formula column under
r5screen to:
-2*3-1/2 (#1,091)8N#0*%%##%%8
r5MEMORY
Page(s): 456
Manual Date: 10/01/90#0*%%r5Changed information under /r Startup Option to:
If you have at least 592K of unused expanded memory
(LIM Spec 3.2 or 4.0), the WP.FIL file portion of
the WordPerfect program can be loaded into memory
by starting WordPerfect with the /r and /w startup
options (e.g., wp/w=*,* /r). The /w=*,* instructs
WordPerfect to use all available expanded memory,
while the /r sends the WP.FIL portion to expanded
memory (see Appendix N: Startup Options). (#838)8#0*%%##%%8
r5"MEMORY
Page(s): 457
Manual Date: 10/01/90p
#0*%%Changed third sentence of fifth bulleted item above
r5Memory Requirements to:
Then make sure WPSMALL.DRS is in the graphic files
directory specified in Location of Files
(Shift-F1,6), or if no directory is specified in
Location of Files, make sure it is in the directory
where WP.EXE is located. (#38)8
#0*%%#"#%%8
r5ZMERGE
Page(s): 461
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%Second pointer B points at {FIELD} in the
r5salutation. (#217)8#0*%%O#Z#%%8
r5CMERGE
Page(s): 465
Manual Date: 03/01/90D#0*%%r5Changed second sentence on page to read:
If Cancel has been turned off (see {CANCEL OFF} in
Appendix K: Macros and Merge, Programming
Commands), press Ctrl-Break to cancel the merge.
(#37)C8#0*%%##%%8
r5CMERGE
Page(s): 465
Manual Date: 10/01/90.#0*%%Added following sentence to end of Canceling a
r5Merge paragraph:
See also Inserting Merge Commands During Execution
in Appendix K: Macros and Merge, Programming
Commands. (#5)C8|#0*%%##%%8
r5CMERGE
Page(s): 466
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%Changed next to last sentence under Initial Codes
r5qto read:
Inserting the tab setting in Initial Codes,
however, sets the tabs only once for the entire
file. (#671)C8f#0*%%##%%8
r5CMOUSE SUPPORT
Page(s): 476
Manual Date: 03/01/90#0*%%Changed fourth paragraph under Feature and Option
r5[Selection to read:
You can also click on prompts such as "Press List"
to select the key to which the prompt refers.
(#525)C8P#0*%%##%%8
r5 MOVE, BLOCK
Page(s): 490
Manual Date: 10/01/90!#0*%%r5 Changed third paragraph above See Also to:
Using Tabular Column to move text moves the Tab
code preceding the column, along with the text in
the column (e.g., [Tab]text). (#1,109)8"#0*%%"# #%%8:##0*%%r5OTHER FORMAT
Page(s): 492
Manual Date: 03/01/90N$0*%%Changed example character under Overstrike to a
r5zero with a slash. (#220)8$0*%%$$%%8
r5OTHER FORMAT
Page(s): 492
Manual Date: 10/01/90$0*%%Moved Border Options information to where it should
r5Cfall alphabetically. (#1,357)8C$0*%%$$%%8
r58OUTLINE, CREATE
Page(s): 498
Manual Date: 10/01/90$0*%%r58Changed the last sentence before the screen to:
The outline family in this example includes all
paragraph numbers and text from the number II to
the number III. (#1,020)8-$0*%%-$8$%%8
r5{COUTLINE, DEFINE
Page(s): 502
Manual Date: 03/01/90$0*%%Changed first sentence under Automatically Adjust
r5"to Current Level to:
This option tells WordPerfect the level an
automatic paragraph number in an outline should
have when it is inserted. (#1)C8$0*%%p
${$%%8
r5eOVERSTRIKE
Page(s): 513
Manual Date: 10/01/90
$0*%%Changed first sentence under Editing an Overstrike
r5
to:
To edit an existing Overstrike, select Edit (2)
rather than Create (1) in step 3 of the steps given
at the beginning of this reference section.
(#1,227)8$0*%%Z$e$%%8
r5PAGE FORMAT
Page(s): 518
Manual Date: 03/01/90D$0*%%Changed last sentence of paragraph under Codes
r5heading to:
In general, these codes should be placed at the top
of the page before any Column On codes. (#380)8$0*%%$$%%8
r59PRINTER PROGRAM
Page(s): 565
Manual Date: 10/01/90$0*%%r59Changed italicized note under step 3 to:
The Installation Program copies this file to the
directory where your printer files are located
(usually C:\wp51) if you are using a hard disk, or
to the diskette you labeled "PTR Program" if you
are using a two disk drive system. (#604)8|$0*%%.$9$%%8
r5PRINTER PROGRAM
Page(s): 569
Manual Date: 10/01/90$0*%%r5Changed sentence under list of menus to:
To return to the Printer menu from one of the other
menus, press Printers (F8). (#864)8$0*%%$$%%8
r5f8PRINTER PROGRAM
Page(s): 571
Manual Date: 10/01/90$0*%%Changed last sentence under /cp=code page number to
r5
read:
The Printer Program supports the following code
pages: 437 Standard, 850 PC Multilingual, 851
Greek, 8510 Greek Alternate, 860 Portuguese, 8600
Portuguese Alternate, 861 Icelandic, 863 French
(Canada), 865 Norwegian and Dutch, 895
Czechoslovakian, and 899 Russian. (#526)88$0*%%[$f$%%8
r5E!SEARCH
Page(s): 620
Manual Date: 03/01/90"$0*%%r5E!Changed first sentence under Words to:
When you are searching for a particular word that
is surrounded by two spaces, press the Space Bar to
include spaces before and after the word. (#229)8:#$0*%%:#$E!$%%8#$0*%%r5SORT
Page(s): 625
Manual Date: 10/01/90N%0*%%Added following sentence above Notes and Block
r5Sort:
Codes on a line will sort with the line. Therefore
it is a good idea to place codes at the top of the
document or in Document: Initial Codes (see Initial
Codes in Reference). (#444)8C%0*%%%%%%8
r5SORT, KEYS
Page(s): 630
Manual Date: 10/01/90%0*%%Added following italicized paragraph immediately
r58below step 3:
Negative numbers can only be used for words and
fields. (#1,083)8%0*%%%%%%8
r5-SPELLER, CHECK SPELLING
Page(s): 636
Manual Date: 10/01/90"%0*%%r5Changed paragraph under Dictionary Not Found to:
If no path for the dictionary file is specified in
the Location of Files feature (see Location of
Files in Reference), WordPerfect checks your
default directory, then the directory where WP.EXE
is located. If it is not found in any of these
locations, you will receive an error message which
allows you to enter the location of the file. To
avoid getting the message each time you use the
Speller, use the Location of Files feature to
specify the directory. (#773)-8Z%0*%%%%
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r5SPELLER, WORD COUNT
Page(s): 647
Manual Date: 10/01/90%0*%%r5Deleted fifth bulleted item under What is Counted.
(#715)8O%0*%%%%%%8
r5D-SPELLER, WORD COUNT
Page(s): 648
Manual Date: 10/01/90%0*%%r5DChanged sentence before example to:
For example, the WordPerfect Speller would count 19
words in the following:

Changed paragraph after example to:
"23," "801," and "991-2435" are not counted as
words because they consist entirely of numbers.
"(The parentheses in "(801)" are invalid
characters.) "B214" is counted because B, 2, 1,
and 4 are each valid characters, and are not all
numbers. (#715)-8%0*%%9%D%
%%8
r5SPELLER UTILITY
Page(s): 650
Manual Date: 10/01/90f%0*%%r5Changed sentence under screen to read:
If a supplementary dictionary is currently selected
(see Change/Create Dictionary below), options 1
(Add to Common Word List (from Keyboard)) and 2
(Add to Common Word List (from a File)) are not
available (although they appear on the screen).
(#431)8%0*%%
%%%%8
r5PSPELLER UTILITY
Page(s): 654
Manual Date: 10/01/90 %0*%%Added following italicized paragraph as last
r5paragraph under both Look Up and Phonetic Look Up:
If you want to use this option with a supplemental
dictionary, the dictionary must be compressed (see
Compress/Expand Supplemental Dictionary above).
(#232)8"%0*%%E!%P%%%8:#%0*%%r5STYLE, CREATE
Page(s): 672
Manual Date: 10/01/90N&0*%%r5Added following paragraph immediately above Type:
The style names are not case-sensitive. For
example, style 1 and STYLE 1 are considered the
same name. (#841)8&0*%%&&%%8
r5CSTYLE, CREATE
Page(s): 676
Manual Date: 03/01/90&0*%%Changed both occurrences of Create (1) to Create
r5(3). (#239)8&0*%%8&C&%%8
r5TAB
Page(s): 684
Manual Date: 10/01/90-&0*%%Added following immediately above last paragraph
r5under Codes:
If there is not enough space for one character in
the current font to fit between the cursor and the
next tab stop, pressing Tab moves the cursor past
that tab stop to the next tab stop. (#1,230)8"&0*%%&&%%8
r5p
CTAB SET
Page(s): 691
Manual Date: 10/01/90&0*%%Added following italicized paragraph immediately
r5below third paragraph under Type:
The negative numbers let you use Margin Release
(Shift-Tab) to move to the left of the left margin.
(#684)C8
&0*%%e&p
&%%8
r5ZTAB SET
Page(s): 692
Manual Date: 03/01/90&0*%%Changed [Rt Tab] code under Type of Settings column
r5to:
[Rgt Tab] (#355)8&0*%%O&Z&%%8
r5TABLE, CREATE
Page(s): 694
Manual Date: 03/01/90D&0*%%r5Changed pointer B to say Column C. (#178)8&0*%%&&%%8
r5TABLE, CREATE
Page(s): 695
Manual Date: 10/01/90&0*%%r5Changed second paragraph under Table Text to:
If you want to insert a Tab code into a cell
(rather than move to the next cell), press Ctrl-v,
then press Tab. If you want to insert a Margin
Release code into a cell (rather than move to the
previous cell), press Ctrl-v, then press Margin
Release. (#1,233)8|&0*%%&&%%8
r5TABLE, CREATE
Page(s): 699
Manual Date: 10/01/90&0*%%r5Changed last sentence under Deleting Text to:
Delete to End of Line (Ctrl-End) does not cross
cell boundaries. (#1,031)8&0*%%&&%%8
r5fTABLE, CREATE
Page(s): 702
Manual Date: 03/01/90&0*%%Changed first sentence of third paragraph under
r5
Move to:
If you use Block to move or copy the entire table
(structure and text), you must include both the
Table Definition and Table Off codes in the block.

Changed fourth paragraph under Move to:
When you move or copy table text (without the table
structure), the text is separated into columns by
tabs and into rows by hard returns. (#183)8E!&0*%%[&f&%%8!&0*%%r5CTABLE, FORMAT COLUMNS
AND CELLS
Page(s): 720
Manual Date: 10/01/90'0*%%Changed last sentence in second paragraph under
r5Cell, Type to:
When you are in a text cell, a pair of quotation
marks (") is placed next to the Cell heading on the
status line (e.g., "A1). (#672)C8'0*%%''%%8
r5TABLE, FORMAT COLUMNS
AND CELLS
Page(s): 721
Manual Date: 10/01/90'0*%%Added following information after last sentence
r5under Column, Justify:
Decimal-Align justification means that characters
will be aligned on the alignment character. For
more information, see Column # Digits above and
Alignment Character under Tab Align in Reference.
(#418)8'0*%%''%%8
r5"CTABLE, MATH
Page(s): 726
Manual Date: 10/01/90p
'0*%%Changed third sentence of seventh paragraph above
r5Functions to:
Cells with letters only are not considered valid
numbers, but cells that contain any numbers at all
are considered to contain valid numbers. (#1,010)C8'0*%%'"'%%8
r5
TEXT IN/OUT
Page(s): 741
Manual Date: 10/01/90Z'0*%%Deleted "centered text" from third sentence in
r5
second paragraph under DOS Text Files. (#1,142)8
'0*%%'
'%%8
r5VIEW DOCUMENT, OPTIONS
Page(s): 759
Manual Date: 10/01/90'0*%%Changed first sentence of first paragraph under
r5OBold Displayed With Color to:
By selecting Yes for this option, bolded text on
the menu line will appear on your screen according
to the color defined in Colors/Fonts/Attributes.

Changed first sentence of second paragraph under
same heading to:
It is possible to change the color of boldfaced
text on the menu line in the View Document screen
through Colors/Fonts/Attributes.

Changed first sentence of third paragraph under
same heading to:
By selecting No for this option, bolded text on the
menu line will appear as it generally does on a
monochrome monitor, usually as thicker or brighter
characters. (#547)8'0*%%''%%8
r5
APPENDIX A: ASCII
CONVERSION CHART
Page(s): 771
Manual Date: 10/01/90'0*%%r5
Added following sentence to end of first paragraph:
The number is also the screen position used in
creating messages with macros (see Ctrl-P under
Macros, Message Display in Reference). (#865)8'0*%%'
'%%8
r5PAPPENDIX B: GRAPHIC
IMAGES
Page(s): 777
Manual Date: 10/01/90E!'0*%%r5PChanged third paragraph to read:
These images were created in DrawPerfect, the new
business presentation graphics package released by
WordPerfect Corporation in early 1990. (#745)8E!'0*%%!'P'%%8!'0*%%r5APPENDIX D: EQUATION
PALETTE
Page(s): 792
Manual Date: 10/01/90(0*%%Added following information immediately under
r5DOTSDIAG line:
CHECK Check Above: x CHECK

We also added the check character in the first
column. (#1,023)8C(0*%%((%%8
r5CAPPENDIX E: ERROR
MESSAGES
Page(s): 799
Manual Date: 10/01/90(0*%%Changed second Cause under Can't Find Virtual Files
r58to:
Cause: You went to DOS using the Shell key
(Ctrl-F1) and modified one of the overflow files
(WP}WP{.TV1, .TV2, .BV1, or .BV2). (#853)C8-(0*%%-((%%8
r5{APPENDIX E: ERROR
MESSAGES
Page(s): 802
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
(0*%%Changed first sentence of Solution to Disk Full
message: You can either delete some unwanted files
on your disk to make more room or insert another
r5p
formatted disk into the drive. (#85)8p
(0*%%({(%%8
r58APPENDIX F: FONT
PROGRAMS
Page(s): 817
Manual Date: 10/01/90
(0*%%r5Changed second sentence in Bitstream section to:
It scales typeface outlines to virtually any size
for many popular printers-from LaserJets to
LaserWriters.

Changed last sentence in Bitstream section to:
Once you order Bitstream Fontware, you can receive
support by dialing (617) 497-7514. (#499)88O(0*%%Z((%%8
r5APPENDIX H: KEYBOARDS
Page(s): 825
Manual Date: 10/01/90(0*%%Added following information to italicized paragraph
r5Dimmediately above Macros heading:
While you can use the Equation keyboard outside the
Equation Editor by selecting it with the Keyboard
Layout feature, some characters may not display as
expected. This is because keywords specific to the
Equation Editor represent some characters. (#835)8(0*%%((%%8
r5APPENDIX J: MACROS AND
MERGE, EXPRESSIONS
Page(s): 839
Manual Date: 10/01/90(0*%%Changed straight quotation marks around "string" to
open and closed quotation marks (respectively) in
Operation section of second expression under String
r5Expressions. (#827)8(0*%%q((%%8
r5APPENDIX J: MACROS AND
MERGE, EXPRESSIONS
Page(s): 843
Manual Date: 10/01/90
(0*%%Changed closed quotation mark in second sentence
under String Delimiters to a straight quotation
r5fmark. (#828)8f(0*%%((%%8
r5[CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 845-949
Manual Date: 10/01/90(0*%%Changed macro and merge icons to design group's new
r5standard. (#1,358)C8(0*%% ([(%%8
r5E!CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 848
Manual Date: 10/01/90#(0*%%Moved {ORIGINAL KEY} to location between {DATE} and
r5!{STATE} under System Variables. (#829)C8!(0*%%$(E!(%%8$(0*%%r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 856
Manual Date: 03/01/90)0*%%Changed first {PROMPT} line under "Merge" example
r5for {BREAK} command to read:
~{PROMPT}Counting...{VARIABLE}Counter~~{COMMENT}
(#658)C8)0*%%C))%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 860
Manual Date: 03/01/90)0*%%Changed sentence before {CASE CALL} command to
r5read:
See the Merge subheading under {COMMENT} for an
example of how to use these commands. (#622)C8)0*%%-))%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 861
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
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r5{read:
~{CASE CALL}{VARIABLE}Author~~ (#624)C8")0*%%))%%8
r5-APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 866
Manual Date: 10/01/90Z)0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5eMacros example for {CHAR} command:
After the {CHAR} command executes, the contents of
the status line just previous to the execution of
the {CHAR} command are restored, even if the
contents are the message of a previously executed
{PROMPT} or {STATUS PROMPT} command. If you do not
want a {PROMPT} or {STATUS PROMPT} message to
reappear after the {CHAR} command, use {PROMPT}~ or
{STATUS PROMPT}~ before the {CHAR} command to clear
the status line. (#48)-8D)0*%%))
%%8
r5APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 872
Manual Date: 03/01/90.)0*%%r5Changed last sentence under "Macros" example to:
See the Macros subheading under the following
commands for additional examples: {CASE}, {CASE
CALL}, {IF EXISTS}, {Item Down}, {Item Left}, {Item
Right}, {Item Up}, {RESTART}, {SHELL MACRO},
{STATE}.

Deleted {Item Down}, {Item Left}, {Item Right}, and
{Item Up} from the Merge example. (#625)8)0*%%))%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 875
Manual Date: 03/01/90)0*%%Changed first sentence of second paragraph under
r5{FIELD NAMES} to:
The {FIELD NAMES} command must be the first command
in the secondary file. (#224)C8
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MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 877
Manual Date: 03/01/90*0*%%Changed last sentence in paragraph above Macros
r5heading to:
Each subsequent time the {FOR} command is executed
(at the top of the loop), the variable is
incremented by the step value.

Changed first comment in the Macro example to:
{;}For every value of Counter from 1 to 20 (values
incremented by 1 each time through the loop)~

Changed third comment under Macros example to:
{;}End of {FOR} loop. Repeat the loop unless
Counter=20~

Changed last sentence of first paragraph under
Merge example to:
After that, the loop will end because 22 (the next
increment after 19) is greater than 20 (the stop
value). (#207)e8*0*%%C**%%8
r5
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 878
Manual Date: 03/01/90*0*%%r5
Changed first comment under Merge example to:
For every value of Counter from 4 to 20 (values
incremented by 3 each time through the loop)

Changed third comment under Merge example to:
End of {FOR} loop. Repeat the loop unless Counter
>=20~ (#207)8*0*%%O*
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r5DCAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 883
Manual Date: 03/01/90*0*%%Deleted last sentence under "Merge" example for {IF
r5EXISTS} command. (#626)C8*0*%%*D*%%8
r5.CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 885
Manual Date: 03/01/90*0*%%Changed comment for {Item Left} line under "Macros"
r5example for the {Item Left} command to read:
{;}Move left to the previous cell~ (#627)C8|*0*%%q*.*%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 886
Manual Date: 03/01/90*0*%%Changed first sentence under {Item Up} command to
r5read:
The {Item Up} keystroke command is used in tables
and paragraph numbering to move up one section or
cell. (#628)C8*0*%%[**%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 887
Manual Date: 03/01/90 *0*%%Changed last sentence under "Merge" example under
r5{KEYBOARD} command to read:
See the Merge subheading under {STATUS PROMPT} for
an example of how to use this command. (#629)C8*0*%%E!**%%8
r5!CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 890
Manual Date: 10/01/90$*0*%%Deleted second sentence under Macros example for
r5"{LOCAL}. (#830)C8"*0*%%/%*!*%%8r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 893
Manual Date: 03/01/90+0*%%Added following line under {END FOR} line in
r5"Merge" example under {MID} command:
{LABEL}End~ (#630)C8N+0*%%C++%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 894
Manual Date: 03/01/90+0*%%Changed {PROMPT} line of "Macros" example under
r5{NEST} command to:
{PROMPT}{^P}{^A}{Up}The macro is altering your
file. Please Wait~ (#631)C8+0*%%-++%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 895
Manual Date: 03/01/90p
+0*%%Changed {ASSIGN} lines under "Merge" example for
r5{{NEST MACRO} command to read:
~{ASSIGN}Address~{FIELD}Address~~{COMMENT}
~{ASSIGN}City~{FIELD}City~~{COMMENT}
~{ASSIGN}State~{FIELD}State~~{COMMENT} (#632)C8p
+0*%%++%%8
r58APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 896
Manual Date: 03/01/90Z+0*%%Changed second sentence in second paragraph above
r5e"Macro" example for {NEST PRIMARY} command to read:
However, using this command without specifying a
filename ({NEST PRIMARY}~) is the same as using the
{SUBST PRIMARY} command with the current primary
filename as the argument ({SUBST
PRIMARY}CurrentPrimaryFilename~) (see {SUBST
PRIMARY} below). (#633)88O+0*%%++%%8
r5APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 898
Manual Date: 03/01/909+0*%%Changed {FOR} line under "Merge" example for {NEXT}
r5Dcommand to read:
{FOR}Fred~1~15~1~{COMMENT}

Changed {IF} line under "Merge" example for {NEXT}
command to read:
~{IF}{VARIABLE}Fred~>10~{COMMENT} (#634)8+0*%%++%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 899
Manual Date: 10/01/90q+0*%%Added following sentence immediately above Macros
r5|example for {NEXT RECORD} command:
In previous versions of WordPerfect, this command
was represented by ^N. (#1,123)C8+0*%%++%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 900
Manual Date: 03/01/90[+0*%%Changed second paragraph under {NTOK} command to
r5fread:
For example, if you take the {NTOK} of 32809
(Save), a Save is executed. If you take the {NTOK}
of 1537 a "" is written out. (#635)C8[+0*%%++%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 903
Manual Date: 03/01/90E!+0*%%Deleted bulleted item "Error returned by a nested
r5Pmacro" from information under {ON ERROR}. (#287)C8P+0*%%!++%%8!+0*%%r58APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 909
Manual Date: 03/01/90,0*%%Changed first comment line under "Macro" example
r5for {PAUSE KEY} command to read:
{;}Send message to user.~

Added following lines to bottom of "Macro" example
for {PAUSE KEY} command:
{STATUS PROMPT}~
{;}Clear prompt.~ (#636)88,0*%%C,,%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 911
Manual Date: 03/01/90{,0*%%Deleted {QUIT} from Macros example for {QUIT}
r5command. (#637)C8,0*%%",,%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 913
Manual Date: 03/01/90e,0*%%Changed last sentence of "Merge" example for
r5p
{RETURN} command to read:
See the Merge subheading under {CALL} for an
example of how to use this command. (#638)C8,0*%%
,,%%8
r5
CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 917
Manual Date: 10/01/90O,0*%%Changed comment after second {ELSE} command under
r5ZMacros example for {SHELL MACRO} to:
{;}Otherwise (if a Shell is running but is a
version earlier than 3.0)~ (#1,228)C8,0*%%,
,%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 921
Manual Date: 03/01/909,0*%%Deleted last sentence under "Merge" example for
r5D{STATUS PROMPT} command. (#641)C8D,0*%%,,%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 923
Manual Date: 10/01/90#,0*%%r5Changed # 52 to:
52 Merge Codes (#532)C8.,0*%%,,%%8
r5qCAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 923
Manual Date: 03/01/90
,0*%%r5qChanged KEY CMD 82 to:
82 Delete Word (Ctrl-Backspace) (#556)C8,0*%%,q,%%8
r5[CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 926
Manual Date: 03/01/90,0*%%Deleted {LOOK} from the "Merge" example under
r5{STOP} command. (#655)C8,0*%% ,[,%%8
r5E!APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 929
Manual Date: 10/01/90#,0*%%Changed paragraph between two sets of values for
r5!CellState (24) command to:
Mod the value returned by 256 (value
returned%256-see Appendix J: Macros and Merge,
Expressions) to determine the following states:
(#849)8$,0*%%$,E!,%%8r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 929
Manual Date: 03/01/90-0*%%Changed second sentence in second group of numbers
r5under CellState (24) to:
2 Attribute is cell-specific. (#420)C8N-0*%%C--%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 930
Manual Date: 03/01/90-0*%%r5Changed last sentence under Equation (6) to read:
For example, if the current equation is 1.2,
{SYSTEM}Equation~ will return 34 (i.e., 34/32=1,
34%32=2). (#89)C8-0*%%---%%8
r5APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 938
Manual Date: 10/01/90p
-0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5{Macros example for the {TEXT} command:
After the {TEXT} command executes, the contents of
the status line just previous to the execution of
the {TEXT{ command are restored, even if the
contents are the message of a previously executed
{PROMPT} or {STATUS PROMPT} message to reappear
after the {TEXT} command, use {PROMPT}~ or {STATUS
PROMPT}~ before the {TEXT} command to clear the
status line. (#48)8
-0*%%--%%8
r5APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 938
Manual Date: 03/01/90-0*%%Under "Macros" example for {VARIABLE} command, we
deleted {IF EXISTS} and {NEST MACRO} and added
{MENU OFF} and {RESTART} in alphabetical order.
Under "Merge" example, we deleted {IF EXISTS} and
added {BREAK} and {NEST MACRO} in alphabetical
r5Dorder. (#619)8D-0*%%D--%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 939
Manual Date: 03/01/90.-0*%%Under "Merge" example under {WAIT} command, deleted
r59{LOOK}. (#620)C89-0*%%--%%8
r5|CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 939
Manual Date: 03/01/90-0*%%Changed second sentence under {WHILE} command to
r5#read:
This command is like the {FOR} command, except that
it does not increment a value each time through the
loop. (#621)C8-0*%%-|-%%8-0*%%r5p
APPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 942
Manual Date: 10/01/90.0*%%Added following information immediately above
r5Loops:
The levels used by these commands are released when
the command ends normally. For example, the level
used by a {CALL} command is released when a
{RETURN} command ends the subroutine. The level
used by the {IF} command is released when the {END
IF} is executed, and the level used by the {FOR}
command is released at the {END FOR} after the last
iteration of the FOR loop. If any of these
level-using structures are exited abnormally, the
level is not released. For example, if you use a
{GO} or {CASE} in the subroutine executed by a
{CALL} command, the level corresponding to the
{CALL} is never released. If you "lose" 28 levels
in this way, the macro will terminate. (#27)p
8.0*%%C..%%8
r5CAPPENDIX K: MACROS AND
MERGE, PROGRAMMING
COMMANDS
Page(s): 944
Manual Date: 10/01/90
.0*%%r5Changed first sentence under Soft Wrapping to read:
If you include a message that is longer than you
have room for on the status line, it will
automatically wrap to the next line. (#824)C8
.0*%%Z..%%8
r5APPENDIX M: PULL-DOWN
MENUS
Page(s): 957
Manual Date: 03/01/90.0*%%Changed "Goto DOS (or Goto Shell)" to "Go to DOS
r5(or Go to Shell)" (#255)8.0*%%..%%8
r5DGO TO
Page(s): 959
Manual Date: 03/01/90.0*%%r5DChanged "Goto" to "Go to" (#255)8D.0*%%9.D.%%8
r5APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 965
Manual Date: 03/01/90.0*%%r5Changed line after wp filename to read:
wp/f2 (#344)8.0*%%|..%%8
r5#CAPPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 966
Manual Date: 10/01/90.0*%%Added following information to sentence under
r5/m-macroname:
If the macro is not located in the keyboard/macro
directory, you must include its complete pathname.
(#1,095)C8.0*%%.#.%%8
r5
APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 966
Manual Date: 10/01/90.0*%%Added following paragraph immediately above /nb
r5option:
Make sure that no text driver is selected (see Text
Screen Type in Reference). (#479)8.0*%%.
.%%8
r5PAPPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 967
Manual Date: 10/01/90E!.0*%%r5PChanged italicized note under /ps=path to:
Important: If you do not use this option,
WordPerfect uses the .SET file that is located in
the directory where WP.EXE is located (stand-alone
version) or the default directory (network
version). (#362)8".0*%%!.P.%%8:#.0*%%r5APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 967
Manual Date: 10/01/90/0*%%Deleted last sentence under /r and added the
r5following to the end of the paragraph:
You may need to use this option with /w=*,* to free
enough expanded memory. If you are a two disk
drive user (no hard disk), you can use /r with /d
to allow you to remove the WordPerfect 2 diskette.
(#838)8/0*%%//%%8
r58APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 968
Manual Date: 10/01/90-/0*%%Deleted references to "cache" in first paragraph
under /w=workspace, and added following paragraph
r5immediately below that paragraph:
This option limits workspace. It does not limit
the amount of memory you need to run WordPerfect.
(#1,261)8{/0*%%/8/%%8
r5APPENDIX N: STARTUP
OPTIONS
Page(s): 969
Manual Date: 10/01/90/0*%%Added following sentence immediately above See
Also: If a startup option in the SET command
usually requires an equal sign (=), type a hyphen
r5(-) instead of the equal sign. (#1,133)8/0*%%e//%%8
r5
CAPPENDIX R: NETWORK
ADMINISTRATION
Page(s): 999
Manual Date: 03/01/90/0*%%r5
Changed example under first bullet to:
WP /nt=1/ps=f:\wp51\setup/d=c:\bruce/u=bwk

Changed example under second bullet to:
set wp=/nt-1/ps-f:\wp51\setup (#204)C8/0*%%/
/%%8
APPENDIX R: NETWORK
ADMINISTRATION
Page(s): 1000
Manual Date: 03/01/90/0*%%r5Deleted first "can" in first sentence on page.
(#124)8/0*%%//%%8
r59APPENDIX R: NETWORK
ADMINISTRATION
Page(s): 1000
Manual Date: 03/01/90./0*%%Changed second sentence under Personal Setup Files
r5to:
From within WordPerfect, the user may use the Setup
feature (Shift-F1) to select different default
settings that would be unique to him or her.
(#187)8|/0*%%/9/%%8
r5APPENDIX R: NETWORK
ADMINISTRATION
Page(s): 1010
Manual Date: 10/01/90/0*%%Changed second sentence in second paragraph under
r5qlist of supported networks to:
Because of this volatility, and the sheer bulk of
paper needed for documentation, it would be costly
to put network-specific instructions for every
supported network into this manual. (#530)8
/0*%%f//%%8


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