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F1 KEY = HELP; ESC = MAIN SCREEN; HOME = TOP OF FILE; PgDn = MORE TEXT Description of the MAIN screen of the Hypertext Drug Manual =========================================================== The MAIN screen of the Manual appears when you load the program or press the ESC (escape) key. The purpose of this screen is to: 旼컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴 - Show your location in the hypertext network - Show the choices of subtopics that you can select - Show the system commands that you can select - Show the status of the system 읕컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴컴 Before describing each of these items, the various areas of the display are: Smaller left box Displays the current topic. The highlighted number in ================ the upper left corner is the node number in the current network file. Larger right box Displays the topic selection cursor as well as topics ================ listed for selection. The cursor topic is highlighted. (PgDn key for more text) F1 KEY = HELP; ESC = MAIN SCREEN; HOME = TOP OF FILE; PgDn = MORE TEXT Listed commands The available systems commands are listed in two rows =============== below the two boxes. The current command is highlighted. Other lines The top and bottom text lines on the screen display =========== the status of file, memory, and selected settings of the PC-Hypertext program. The second line from the bottom of the screen displays messages, prompts, and command descriptions. The system commands: What is your location in the network? Your location is specified by one or more of the following three items -- filename, current topic, and current cursor position. What are the subtopics you can select? You can move the cursor topic (in the right box) by pressing the Up/Down Arrow, PgUp/PgDn, Home/End keys, by entering a desired topic number. (PgDn key for more text) F1 KEY = HELP; ESC = MAIN SCREEN; HOME = TOP OF FILE; PgDn = MORE TEXT You can control the text displayed by pressing the F2 key which toggles between displaying the 1st text line or all text lines of each topic. What are the commands you can select? The display lists eight system commands. Press the spacebar or 1st letter to select a desired command. The available keyboard commands are not displayed. Press the F1 key to see the available keyboard commands at any point in the program. ==================== F1 KEY = HELP; ESC = MAIN SCREEN; HOME = TOP OF FILE; PgDn = MORE TEXT Neil Larson 1/16/88; modified by Bert Katzung 6/7/88; GUIDE1

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