Discussion:
102 manual.
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JUST ME
2003-12-26 20:50:28 UTC
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Does anyone know where I can download a copy of the manual for the 102 that each page of it is not a collection of image files? The only way to retrieve text from an image file is to retype it. Bummers.

I have gotten it from two different locations but both files are identical.

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David
2003-12-26 23:07:19 UTC
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I don't know about the 102 manual but I have a copy of
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found online once.
You might find it via club100.org also. If you need a
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.

David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a copy of the
manual for the 102 that each page of it is not a
collection of image files? The only way to retrieve
text from an image file is to retype it. Bummers.
I have gotten it from two different locations but
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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JUST ME
2003-12-27 03:22:50 UTC
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Is it in text format so that one could get bits and pieces of it as needed?

You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as a favor?



----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have a copy of
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found online once.
You might find it via club100.org also. If you need a
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a copy of the
manual for the 102 that each page of it is not a
collection of image files? The only way to retrieve
text from an image file is to retype it. Bummers.
I have gotten it from two different locations but
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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E. Edwards
2003-12-27 06:16:59 UTC
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why would you want the manual in text format? there are numerous parts of
the manuals that don't translate to text (such as type symbols). in order to
read the manual properly some of the symbols would have to be represented as
pictures anyway.
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From: "JUST ME" <heapbigchief-***@public.gmane.org>
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get bits and pieces of it as needed?
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as a favor?
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have a copy of
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found online once.
You might find it via club100.org also. If you need a
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a copy of the
manual for the 102 that each page of it is not a
collection of image files? The only way to retrieve
text from an image file is to retype it. Bummers.
I have gotten it from two different locations but
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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David
2003-12-27 19:34:14 UTC
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yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a few
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it to
you.

David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get bits
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as a
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have a
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found online
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If you
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a copy
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it is not
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different locations
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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JUST ME
2003-12-27 23:26:48 UTC
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From what I have read about it there are only minor differences between the 100 and 102 so I assume for the most part that if need be they are interchangeable and one is as good as the other.
Thanks.


.
----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a few
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it to
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get bits
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as a
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have a
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found online
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If you
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a copy
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it is not
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different locations
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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David
2003-12-27 23:34:12 UTC
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That's right. I first bought a Model 100 back in 1985
and it was stolen in 1987. I bought another one in
1989 and still use it a LOT! When the 102's came out
I was thinking about getting one but I took one look
at the manual that came with it and thought that I
should hang on to the 100's manual because it has a
lot more in it. Sure, there's minor differences
between the two computers so it's no big deal. The
manual is online somewhere and I downloaded it before
my sister bought a 100 off of ebay. She didn't get a
manual with hers so I told her to use the one that I
downloaded. I also have a copy of the book 'The Model
100 Subroutine Cookbook' that I downloaded.

David
From what I have read about it there are only minor
differences between the 100 and 102 so I assume for
the most part that if need be they are
interchangeable and one is as good as the other.
Thanks.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a
few
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it
to
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If
you
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a
copy
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it is
not
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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JUST ME
2003-12-27 23:28:27 UTC
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I forgot to ask what format the file is in. I don't have MS Office or Powerpoint or WordPerfect.



----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a few
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it to
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get bits
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as a
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have a
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found online
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If you
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a copy
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it is not
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different locations
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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David
2003-12-27 23:37:53 UTC
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Ummm... It's either MS-Word or a PDF file. I think
it's PDF. I'll have to look it up. It should be in
my PC or Model 100 file on CD. I have a ton of
programs and things that I was downloading for my 100,
Tandy 1400HD, and my Sharp PC-1600 as well as stuff
for the Casio FX880P.

David
Post by JUST ME
I forgot to ask what format the file is in. I don't
have MS Office or Powerpoint or WordPerfect.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a
few
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it
to
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If
you
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a
copy
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it is
not
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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Russ Oechslin @ ink
2003-12-28 04:39:31 UTC
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Neil Morrison
2003-12-28 04:50:18 UTC
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PowerPoint probably isn't a good choice anyway, however MSFT also
have an MSWord viewer for free.

NM

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FYI -- Microsoft will let you download a FREE PowerPoint VIEWER at
microsoft.com
David
2003-12-28 19:25:19 UTC
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I found a DOS web site that has a little utility which
allows you to view PDF files as text files. I also
have it burned to CD as well. I don't remember the
site though.

David
FYI -- Microsoft will let you download a FREE
PowerPoint VIEWER at
microsoft.com
(For this or any other purpose)
Post by JUST ME
I forgot to ask what format the file is in. I don't
have MS Office or
Post by JUST ME
Powerpoint or WordPerfect.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in
a few
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can send
it to
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it
as a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I
have a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also.
If you
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a
copy
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it
is not
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way
to
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
--
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JUST ME
2003-12-28 00:40:11 UTC
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Aside from the fact that I hate Adobe Acrobat Reader and .pdf files in general. I was looking for a text version of the manual because I can remove what I may need to examine and put it in a smaller file and put it on the desktop or collect from it what I need and put into a smaller file. The whole manual in image format in .pdf is huge and the whole thing is loaded at once and consumes lots of system resources. Plus Adobe is always wanting to make an internet connection.

What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook' about? I'm doing good just to work with the basic codes.



.

----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:34:12 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
That's right. I first bought a Model 100 back in 1985
and it was stolen in 1987. I bought another one in
1989 and still use it a LOT! When the 102's came out
I was thinking about getting one but I took one look
at the manual that came with it and thought that I
should hang on to the 100's manual because it has a
lot more in it. Sure, there's minor differences
between the two computers so it's no big deal. The
manual is online somewhere and I downloaded it before
my sister bought a 100 off of ebay. She didn't get a
manual with hers so I told her to use the one that I
downloaded. I also have a copy of the book 'The Model
100 Subroutine Cookbook' that I downloaded.
David
From what I have read about it there are only minor
differences between the 100 and 102 so I assume for
the most part that if need be they are
interchangeable and one is as good as the other.
Thanks.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a
few
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it
to
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If
you
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a
copy
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it is
not
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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Yeah, I know what you mean. The link to the Model 100
manual is http://www.angelfire.com/dc/trs80model100/
When you get there just scroll down and you'll see the
link for the manual.

David
Post by JUST ME
Aside from the fact that I hate Adobe Acrobat Reader
and .pdf files in general. I was looking for a text
version of the manual because I can remove what I
may need to examine and put it in a smaller file and
put it on the desktop or collect from it what I need
and put into a smaller file. The whole manual in
image format in .pdf is huge and the whole thing is
loaded at once and consumes lots of system
resources. Plus Adobe is always wanting to make an
internet connection.
What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook' about?
I'm doing good just to work with the basic codes.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:34:12 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
That's right. I first bought a Model 100 back in
1985
Post by David
and it was stolen in 1987. I bought another one
in
Post by David
1989 and still use it a LOT! When the 102's came
out
Post by David
I was thinking about getting one but I took one
look
Post by David
at the manual that came with it and thought that I
should hang on to the 100's manual because it has
a
Post by David
lot more in it. Sure, there's minor differences
between the two computers so it's no big deal.
The
Post by David
manual is online somewhere and I downloaded it
before
Post by David
my sister bought a 100 off of ebay. She didn't
get a
Post by David
manual with hers so I told her to use the one that
I
Post by David
downloaded. I also have a copy of the book 'The
Model
Post by David
100 Subroutine Cookbook' that I downloaded.
David
From what I have read about it there are only
minor
Post by David
differences between the 100 and 102 so I assume
for
Post by David
the most part that if need be they are
interchangeable and one is as good as the other.
Thanks.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD
in a
Post by David
few
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can
send it
Post by David
to
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download
it as
Post by David
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800
(PST)
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by JUST ME
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I
have
Post by David
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also.
If
Post by David
you
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me
know.
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download
a
Post by David
copy
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of
it is
Post by David
not
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only
way to
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype
it.
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Bummers.
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Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
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but
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Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
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2003-12-28 15:47:26 UTC
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Hallo

----- Original Message -----
Post by JUST ME
Aside from the fact that I hate Adobe Acrobat Reader and
.pdf files in general.
[OT] Why ? PDF is an open format, a lot of programs (all free) can read it
and some can write it (some free). I is not a proprietary/closed format like
Word. Actually, what Word ? Word 5, WordWin 6, Word 95, Word 97, Word
2000/2003 ?
Post by JUST ME
I was looking for a text version of the manual because
I can remove what I may need to examine and put it in
a smaller file and put it on the desktop or collect
from it what I need and put into a smaller file.
Text is best.

I have a model 100/102 Quick Reference Manual in RTF-format. I could re-work
it to text. Interested ? It is veriy basic, but if you know your machine,
it's all you need. I could mail it to you, assuming your e-mail address is
correct.
Post by JUST ME
The whole manual in image format in .pdf is huge and
the whole thing is loaded at once and consumes lots
of system resources. Plus Adobe is always wanting to
make an internet connection.
[OT] You can stop that.
Post by JUST ME
What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook' about? I'm doing good just to
work with the basic codes.

Dunno.
Post by JUST ME
.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
David
2003-12-28 19:35:01 UTC
Permalink
Post by JUST ME
What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook' about?
The Subroutine Cookbook is full of subroutines that
you can put in programs and some of them are really
cool! I've known about the book for years and if you
want my copy that I have on CD just let me know. The
books I want were put out by the Waite Group and there
were 4 of them for the Model 100. I used to have all
4.

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2003-12-28 00:53:03 UTC
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I can look at .txt .doc .wps .rtf .csv or I can remove the text by force if I don't have a program to open that file.


----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:37:53 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
Ummm... It's either MS-Word or a PDF file. I think
it's PDF. I'll have to look it up. It should be in
my PC or Model 100 file on CD. I have a ton of
programs and things that I was downloading for my 100,
Tandy 1400HD, and my Sharp PC-1600 as well as stuff
for the Casio FX880P.
David
Post by JUST ME
I forgot to ask what format the file is in. I don't
have MS Office or Powerpoint or WordPerfect.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a
few
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it
to
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If
you
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download a
copy
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of it is
not
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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2003-12-28 00:55:32 UTC
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Can you look at PDF files? If not I'll have to find
my PDF to Text application for you to use.

David
Post by JUST ME
I can look at .txt .doc .wps .rtf .csv or I can
remove the text by force if I don't have a program
to open that file.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:37:53 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
Ummm... It's either MS-Word or a PDF file. I
think
Post by David
it's PDF. I'll have to look it up. It should be
in
Post by David
my PC or Model 100 file on CD. I have a ton of
programs and things that I was downloading for my
100,
Post by David
Tandy 1400HD, and my Sharp PC-1600 as well as
stuff
Post by David
for the Casio FX880P.
David
Post by JUST ME
I forgot to ask what format the file is in. I
don't
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
have MS Office or Powerpoint or WordPerfect.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD
in a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
few
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can
send it
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
to
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download
it as
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800
(PST)
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by JUST ME
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I
have
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also.
If
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
you
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me
know.
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of
it is
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
not
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only
way to
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype
it.
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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2003-12-28 04:43:01 UTC
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JUST ME
2003-12-28 01:50:55 UTC
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The target of your download link is

http://www2.asub.arknet.edu/wade/model100.htm

I have already been there and downloaded that previously. The pages of the manual are images, same as a photograph and I can't extract text from it unless it is visually and I retype it.

I use TextBridge 8.0 and had to OCR (Optical Character Recognition) all of my typewriter pages for my novel. Whoever did that .pdf job on the manual had no need to OCR so they just made the book pages to be images since the text had already been manufactured in the first place.

If I could get my hands on a used manual I could do it the other way with retrievable text and any images or symbols in the manual would be the same as a screen shot in a .doc, a picture in a text file with no link to an image. You know anyone that would mail me one? I'll do that and send it back.



.

----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 16:46:19 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
Yeah, I know what you mean. The link to the Model 100
manual is http://www.angelfire.com/dc/trs80model100/
When you get there just scroll down and you'll see the
link for the manual.
David
Post by JUST ME
Aside from the fact that I hate Adobe Acrobat Reader
and .pdf files in general. I was looking for a text
version of the manual because I can remove what I
may need to examine and put it in a smaller file and
put it on the desktop or collect from it what I need
and put into a smaller file. The whole manual in
image format in .pdf is huge and the whole thing is
loaded at once and consumes lots of system
resources. Plus Adobe is always wanting to make an
internet connection.
What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook' about?
I'm doing good just to work with the basic codes.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:34:12 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
That's right. I first bought a Model 100 back in
1985
Post by David
and it was stolen in 1987. I bought another one
in
Post by David
1989 and still use it a LOT! When the 102's came
out
Post by David
I was thinking about getting one but I took one
look
Post by David
at the manual that came with it and thought that I
should hang on to the 100's manual because it has
a
Post by David
lot more in it. Sure, there's minor differences
between the two computers so it's no big deal.
The
Post by David
manual is online somewhere and I downloaded it
before
Post by David
my sister bought a 100 off of ebay. She didn't
get a
Post by David
manual with hers so I told her to use the one that
I
Post by David
downloaded. I also have a copy of the book 'The
Model
Post by David
100 Subroutine Cookbook' that I downloaded.
David
From what I have read about it there are only
minor
Post by David
differences between the 100 and 102 so I assume
for
Post by David
the most part that if need be they are
interchangeable and one is as good as the other.
Thanks.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD
in a
Post by David
few
Post by David
days. I wrote your email address so I can
send it
Post by David
to
Post by David
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download
it as
Post by David
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800
(PST)
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by JUST ME
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I
have
Post by David
a
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also.
If
Post by David
you
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me
know.
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
David
Post by JUST ME
Does anyone know where I can download
a
Post by David
copy
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
of the
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
manual for the 102 that each page of
it is
Post by David
not
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
collection of image files? The only
way to
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
retrieve
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
text from an image file is to retype
it.
Post by David
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Bummers.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
I have gotten it from two different
locations
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
but
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
both files are identical.
Thanks.
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2003-12-28 02:00:12 UTC
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Print the manual and rescan it to OCR. You'll also have a printed
manual.

Neil

----- Original Message -----
Post by JUST ME
The target of your download link is
http://www2.asub.arknet.edu/wade/model100.htm
I have already been there and downloaded that previously. The pages
of the manual are images, same as a photograph and I can't extract
text from it unless it is visually and I retype it.
Post by JUST ME
I use TextBridge 8.0 and had to OCR (Optical Character Recognition)
all of my typewriter pages for my novel. Whoever did that .pdf job on
the manual had no need to OCR so they just made the book pages to be
images since the text had already been manufactured in the first
place.
Post by JUST ME
If I could get my hands on a used manual I could do it the other
way with retrievable text and any images or symbols in the manual
would be the same as a screen shot in a .doc, a picture in a text
file with no link to an image. You know anyone that would mail me
one? I'll do that and send it back.
David
2003-12-28 19:20:31 UTC
Permalink
I have a manual I can send you. While you're working
with it I can use the one I have burned to CD. :)

David
Post by JUST ME
The target of your download link is
http://www2.asub.arknet.edu/wade/model100.htm
I have already been there and downloaded that
previously. The pages of the manual are images, same
as a photograph and I can't extract text from it
unless it is visually and I retype it.
I use TextBridge 8.0 and had to OCR (Optical
Character Recognition) all of my typewriter pages
for my novel. Whoever did that .pdf job on the
manual had no need to OCR so they just made the book
pages to be images since the text had already been
manufactured in the first place.
If I could get my hands on a used manual I could do
it the other way with retrievable text and any
images or symbols in the manual would be the same as
a screen shot in a .doc, a picture in a text file
with no link to an image. You know anyone that would
mail me one? I'll do that and send it back.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 16:46:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
Yeah, I know what you mean. The link to the Model
100
Post by David
manual is
http://www.angelfire.com/dc/trs80model100/
Post by David
When you get there just scroll down and you'll see
the
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link for the manual.
David
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Aside from the fact that I hate Adobe Acrobat
Reader
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and .pdf files in general. I was looking for a
text
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version of the manual because I can remove what
I
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may need to examine and put it in a smaller file
and
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put it on the desktop or collect from it what I
need
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and put into a smaller file. The whole manual in
image format in .pdf is huge and the whole thing
is
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loaded at once and consumes lots of system
resources. Plus Adobe is always wanting to make
an
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internet connection.
What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook'
about?
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I'm doing good just to work with the basic
codes.
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.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:34:12 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
That's right. I first bought a Model 100 back
in
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1985
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and it was stolen in 1987. I bought another
one
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in
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1989 and still use it a LOT! When the 102's
came
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out
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I was thinking about getting one but I took
one
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look
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at the manual that came with it and thought
that I
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should hang on to the 100's manual because it
has
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a
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lot more in it. Sure, there's minor
differences
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between the two computers so it's no big deal.
The
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manual is online somewhere and I downloaded it
before
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my sister bought a 100 off of ebay. She
didn't
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get a
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manual with hers so I told her to use the one
that
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I
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downloaded. I also have a copy of the book
'The
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Model
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100 Subroutine Cookbook' that I downloaded.
David
From what I have read about it there are
only
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minor
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differences between the 100 and 102 so I
assume
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for
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the most part that if need be they are
interchangeable and one is as good as the
other.
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Thanks.
.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on
CD
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in a
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few
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days. I wrote your email address so I can
send it
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to
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you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
From: "JUST ME"
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could
get
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bits
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and pieces of it as
needed?
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You'll sell me a copy or let me
download
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it as
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a
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favor?
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----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800
(PST)
Post by David
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Post by JUST ME
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Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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I don't know about the 102 manual
but I
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have
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a
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copy of
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the 100 manual burned to CD that I
found
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online
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once.
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You might find it via club100.org
also.
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If
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you
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need a
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copy the the 100 manual just let me
know.
David
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2003-12-28 02:34:46 UTC
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I tried that. The original resolution of the images produces gibberish. Regardless of the printer setting it produces blurred text and there is no way to get around that. A very bad job if it was intended to do anything other than be looked at in .pdf form.

I would rather scan a used manual. It won't produce gibberish if I click on that font to interpret and the end product is easily manipulated and it won't be .pdf. I can retain both editable (add your own notes)/copyable text (swipe some) and images in the manual but it won't be a duplicate of the manual format but all of the content.

----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil Morrison" <neilsmorr-***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 18:00:12 -0800
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by Neil Morrison
Print the manual and rescan it to OCR. You'll also have a printed
manual.
Neil
----- Original Message -----
Post by JUST ME
The target of your download link is
http://www2.asub.arknet.edu/wade/model100.htm
I have already been there and downloaded that previously. The pages
of the manual are images, same as a photograph and I can't extract
text from it unless it is visually and I retype it.
Post by JUST ME
I use TextBridge 8.0 and had to OCR (Optical Character Recognition)
all of my typewriter pages for my novel. Whoever did that .pdf job on
the manual had no need to OCR so they just made the book pages to be
images since the text had already been manufactured in the first
place.
Post by JUST ME
If I could get my hands on a used manual I could do it the other
way with retrievable text and any images or symbols in the manual
would be the same as a screen shot in a .doc, a picture in a text
file with no link to an image. You know anyone that would mail me
one? I'll do that and send it back.
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2003-12-28 07:13:38 UTC
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I didn't know that, thanks. A Powerpoint viewer would come in handy. More convenient than stripping the file.



----- Original Message -----
From: "Russ Oechslin @ ink" <ink51355-***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 22:39:31 -0600
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
FYI -- Microsoft will let you download a FREE PowerPoint VIEWER at
microsoft.com
(For this or any other purpose)
Post by JUST ME
I forgot to ask what format the file is in. I don't have MS Office or
Powerpoint or WordPerfect.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in a few
days. I wrote your email address so I can send it to
you.
David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by JUST ME
Is it in text format so that one could get bits
and pieces of it as
needed?
Post by JUST ME
You'll sell me a copy or let me download it as a
favor?
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I don't know about the 102 manual but I have a
copy of
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
the 100 manual burned to CD that I found online
once.
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
You might find it via club100.org also. If you
need a
Post by JUST ME
Post by David
copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
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Does anyone know where I can download a copy
of the
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manual for the 102 that each page of it is not
a
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collection of image files? The only way to
retrieve
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text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
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I have gotten it from two different locations
but
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both files are identical.
Thanks.
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2003-12-28 07:18:29 UTC
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To include the images from the book I would use WordPad and make it a .doc. .doc will hold an image in the form of a screenshot without having to link to an image like in html or embedding the pic. That way anyone could look at it without buying software and using factory Windows programs.


.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil Morrison" <neilsmorr-***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 20:50:18 -0800
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by Neil Morrison
PowerPoint probably isn't a good choice anyway, however MSFT also
have an MSWord viewer for free.
NM
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FYI -- Microsoft will let you download a FREE PowerPoint VIEWER at
microsoft.com
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2003-12-28 07:26:38 UTC
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Or you could use the old Write program from Win 3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.

Neil

----- Original Message -----
Post by JUST ME
To include the images from the book I would use WordPad and make it
a .doc. .doc will hold an image in the form of a screenshot without
having to link to an image like in html or embedding the pic. That
way anyone could look at it without buying software and using factory
Windows programs.
Ron Wiesen
2003-12-28 07:54:37 UTC
Permalink
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around it and call it his own?

-= Ron =-

----- Original Message -----
From: "Neil Morrison" <neilsmorr-***@public.gmane.org>
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 2:26 AM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win 3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Neil
Jan Vanden Bossche
2003-12-28 15:50:50 UTC
Permalink
Hallo

----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win 3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
David
2003-12-28 19:36:41 UTC
Permalink
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.

David
Post by JUST ME
Hallo
----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
Post by Ron Wiesen
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
Post by Ron Wiesen
Post by Neil Morrison
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
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2003-12-28 22:40:47 UTC
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Hallo

----- Original Message -----
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.

So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for PDA's!
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
Neil Morrison
2003-12-28 22:59:16 UTC
Permalink
I always liked 8-in-1 for DOS. It was similar to Deskmate in that
several programs cover WP, DB, SS and Telecom.

Neil

----- Original Message -----
Post by Jan Vanden Bossche
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight.
Problem is, a
Post by Jan Vanden Bossche
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for
PDA's!
Neil Morrison
2003-12-28 23:04:31 UTC
Permalink
BTW, see

http://www.millioncomputers.com/p17-1251-software-creator-make-fortune-with-software.html

or

http://tinyurl.com/ysww3

where you seem to be able to download it for $0.99

SPINNAKER EIGHT-IN-ONE SOFTWARE $0.99 'Buy it Now' for $0.99

Neil


----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
I always liked 8-in-1 for DOS. It was similar to Deskmate in that
several programs cover WP, DB, SS and Telecom.
David
2003-12-28 23:29:18 UTC
Permalink
Hello. Yes it would be nice to have. Especially on
my Dos Tandy 1400HD computer.

I just got done looking at what I have on CD and I
found the PDF to Text application. I'm going to try
it out.

David
Post by JUST ME
Hallo
----- Original Message -----
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing"
and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and
certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM
wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB
disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective
screencovers for PDA's!
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I
wonder
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by Ron Wiesen
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell
around
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by Ron Wiesen
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from
Win
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Post by Ron Wiesen
Post by Neil Morrison
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images
etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
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Howard Pepper
2003-12-29 00:19:16 UTC
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<x-flowed>
I used to use PFS: Professional Write. It's a good little DOS-based
word processor. The only down-side is that it will only work with
files < 64K bytes in size, but it does fit on a 720 KB floppy disk.

Howard
Post by JUST ME
Hallo
----- Original Message -----
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for PDA's!
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
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Ron Wiesen
2003-12-29 00:38:16 UTC
Permalink
Also you can consider EZX-WRITE, which is DOS-based shareware. Likely it's
still available. The 16 files (some documentation and some shareware
legalities) total a mere 297,180 bytes.

Or, if you can find it, Professional Writers Package (PWP) is excellent
DOS-based profitware. Obtaining a single-user license might be a tad
expensive. The commonly used pieces of this package likely would fit on a
(DOS) boot diskette. Edix is the editor piece. Spellix is the word speller
piece. Wordix (or maybe the name is Formatix) is the formatter that
produces paginated galley output that's printer-specific.

-= Ron =-

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan Vanden Bossche" <jan80-***@public.gmane.org>
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 5:40 PM
Subject: [OT] Write (was: Re: 102 manual.)
Post by JUST ME
Hallo
----- Original Message -----
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for PDA's!
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
Rick Hanson
2003-12-29 03:50:15 UTC
Permalink
<x-flowed>
You guys got me thinking about my use of PC-Write by Quicksoft. On two of
the DOS machines in the lab I have both v2.71 and v3.02. I have often
wondered if there were newer versions, and of course if there was a Windows
version. Then I started looking for my original disks and my manuals. I
found a 1-disk set for version 2.6 and the 3-disk set for version 3.0, and
I know I have the manual around here, too, cause I support shareware. And
I especially support PC-Write. A wonderful editor... IMHO... of course.

Then I wondered if any of the old DOS libraries were still available via
the Internet. I went to google and searched for "dos shareware library"
and sure enough I ran into http://www.filelibrary.com/. That's great! I
searched there and found good old PC-Write...

PC-Write 4.10 great WP by Quicksoft 1/5 Docs,support,thesaurus $69,
WizKit+$30, +ship Full-featured, adaptable, easy menus, fast! Power:
speller, mail merge, windows, columns, layout, graphics, index, endnotes,
more. Adaptable: feature levels, key/button macros, 200+ options on menus;
have it your way!

I noted that there are 6 .zip files in the archive and are named
pcw41a.zip, pcw41b.zip, pcw41c.zip, pcw41d.zip, pcw41e.zip and
pcwpsfix.zip. The direct link to the page were you'll find PC-Write is
http://www.filelibrary.com/Contents/DOS/22/11.html.

While there I noted other great editors, like...

Program Editor v0.99 - Freeware text editor manages copy and paste, undo,
file selection, and large files better than DOS edit.com.

PEDIT 3.30 - short for Program Editor, is similar to the DOS EDIT program,
but more powerful, and with many additional features for programmers. It
includes pop-up tables, copy and past to other Windows applications, long
filenames, 28/43/50 lines mode, word wrap, spell checker, thesaurus, and
much more. Freeware. (C) 1995-1998 by Paul Brand.

Well... I guess there is a Santa Claus after all. -Rick-


</x-flowed>
Terry Maiden
2003-12-29 00:45:41 UTC
Permalink
What about the MSDOS version of Wordstar? It will fit on a 360kb floppy,
with room for the DOS as well.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan Vanden Bossche" <jan80-***@public.gmane.org>
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 4:40 PM
Subject: [OT] Write (was: Re: 102 manual.)
Post by JUST ME
Hallo
----- Original Message -----
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for PDA's!
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
Howard Pepper
2003-12-29 01:32:09 UTC
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<x-flowed>
That would be a good choice as well, if you can find it.

Frankly, I limit myself to text, RTF and PDF files for any
documentation I do for my own systems. Text because, well, it's just
text! pretty much anything can read it. RTF because that's a fairly
well established standard for sharing files. Almost every operating
system has at least one application that will read RTF. PDF is my last
choice, mainly because it's a "read only" format. Yes, if it was
generated from text, it can be converted back, but if the PDF was
created from scanned images, you're pretty much out of luck.

I suppose my use of Linux and other open source tools got me started
with this. I only use the Microsoft Word format now for things like
resumes. Even then, I use OpenOffice.org, instead of Microsoft Office.
It's way cheaper ;-)

Howard
Post by Terry Maiden
What about the MSDOS version of Wordstar? It will fit on a 360kb floppy,
with room for the DOS as well.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 4:40 PM
Subject: [OT] Write (was: Re: 102 manual.)
Post by JUST ME
Hallo
----- Original Message -----
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to
minimize
Post by JUST ME
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So
I
like
Post by JUST ME
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For
use
on
Post by JUST ME
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for PDA's!
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
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Paul Treuthardt
2003-12-29 10:50:55 UTC
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Jan

I belive LetterPerfect, the stripped down version of WordPerfect 5.1
for laptops, fits on one floppy. I used to have it.

I'll scratch around and see if I can find it.

Paul
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Jan Vanden Bossche" <jan80-***@public.gmane.org>
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 28, 2003 10:40 PM
Subject: [OT] Write (was: Re: 102 manual.)
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Hallo
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I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for PDA's!
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Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
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Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
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.doc files do embed the picture within the file. I would store the (monochromatic, line-art)
pictures as a 1-bit GIF file using common image programs, to save disk space, or
use PNG format if one doesn't already have GIF utilities. Do NOT use JPG format
for this, since the lossy algorithm is poorly adapted for this type of image
[it's better suited for photographs than line art].

Alternatively, store the image in a format that can be displayed on the Model T
computer, and submit your program for displaying the image, if it doesn't use
one of the existing graphics programs.


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To include the images from the book I would use WordPad and make it a .doc. .doc
will hold an image in the form of a screenshot without having to link to an
image like in html or embedding the pic. That way anyone could look at it
without buying software and using factory Windows programs.


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Post by Neil Morrison
PowerPoint probably isn't a good choice anyway, however MSFT also
have an MSWord viewer for free.
NM
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FYI -- Microsoft will let you download a FREE PowerPoint VIEWER at
microsoft.com
JUST ME
2003-12-28 23:01:29 UTC
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Yes .wri is still good but few people know that unless they have one of those computers or came up with one. I have one in the other room. Tip: When you take an .rtf and put it in the 3.11 don't convert it to .wri or the hidden .rtf formatting code will permantly show unless you edit it out.

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From: "Neil Morrison" <neilsmorr-***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 23:26:38 -0800
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win 3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Neil
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To include the images from the book I would use WordPad and make it
a .doc. .doc will hold an image in the form of a screenshot without
having to link to an image like in html or embedding the pic. That
way anyone could look at it without buying software and using factory
Windows programs.
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2003-12-28 23:19:34 UTC
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That would be fantastic. It would only take me a few days to get it scanned and send you the book back...heapbigchief-***@public.gmane.org


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From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 11:20:31 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I have a manual I can send you. While you're working
with it I can use the one I have burned to CD. :)
David
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The target of your download link is
http://www2.asub.arknet.edu/wade/model100.htm
I have already been there and downloaded that
previously. The pages of the manual are images, same
as a photograph and I can't extract text from it
unless it is visually and I retype it.
I use TextBridge 8.0 and had to OCR (Optical
Character Recognition) all of my typewriter pages
for my novel. Whoever did that .pdf job on the
manual had no need to OCR so they just made the book
pages to be images since the text had already been
manufactured in the first place.
If I could get my hands on a used manual I could do
it the other way with retrievable text and any
images or symbols in the manual would be the same as
a screen shot in a .doc, a picture in a text file
with no link to an image. You know anyone that would
mail me one? I'll do that and send it back.
.
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Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 16:46:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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Yeah, I know what you mean. The link to the Model
100
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manual is
http://www.angelfire.com/dc/trs80model100/
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When you get there just scroll down and you'll see
the
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link for the manual.
David
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Aside from the fact that I hate Adobe Acrobat
Reader
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and .pdf files in general. I was looking for a
text
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version of the manual because I can remove what
I
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may need to examine and put it in a smaller file
and
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put it on the desktop or collect from it what I
need
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and put into a smaller file. The whole manual in
image format in .pdf is huge and the whole thing
is
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loaded at once and consumes lots of system
resources. Plus Adobe is always wanting to make
an
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internet connection.
What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook'
about?
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I'm doing good just to work with the basic
codes.
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.
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Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 15:34:12 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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That's right. I first bought a Model 100 back
in
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1985
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and it was stolen in 1987. I bought another
one
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in
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1989 and still use it a LOT! When the 102's
came
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out
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I was thinking about getting one but I took
one
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look
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at the manual that came with it and thought
that I
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should hang on to the 100's manual because it
has
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a
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lot more in it. Sure, there's minor
differences
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between the two computers so it's no big deal.
The
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manual is online somewhere and I downloaded it
before
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my sister bought a 100 off of ebay. She
didn't
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get a
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manual with hers so I told her to use the one
that
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I
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downloaded. I also have a copy of the book
'The
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Model
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100 Subroutine Cookbook' that I downloaded.
David
From what I have read about it there are
only
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minor
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differences between the 100 and 102 so I
assume
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for
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the most part that if need be they are
interchangeable and one is as good as the
other.
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Thanks.
.
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Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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yes, I can send you a copy that I have on
CD
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in a
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few
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days. I wrote your email address so I can
send it
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to
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you.
David
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From: "JUST ME"
Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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Is it in text format so that one could
get
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bits
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and pieces of it as
needed?
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You'll sell me a copy or let me
download
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it as
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a
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favor?
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Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800
(PST)
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Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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I don't know about the 102 manual
but I
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have
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a
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copy of
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the 100 manual burned to CD that I
found
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online
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once.
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You might find it via club100.org
also.
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If
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you
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need a
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copy the the 100 manual just let me
know.
David
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2003-12-28 23:24:04 UTC
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It most likely does that by removing the text characters from the .pdf

Unfortunately this .pdf manual in question that I downloaded does not contain text but it appears to, it only contains images of text such as if you took a picture of a newspaper.


----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 11:25:19 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I found a DOS web site that has a little utility which
allows you to view PDF files as text files. I also
have it burned to CD as well. I don't remember the
site though.
David
FYI -- Microsoft will let you download a FREE
PowerPoint VIEWER at
microsoft.com
(For this or any other purpose)
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I forgot to ask what format the file is in. I don't
have MS Office or
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Powerpoint or WordPerfect.
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Date: Sat, 27 Dec 2003 11:34:14 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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yes, I can send you a copy that I have on CD in
a few
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days. I wrote your email address so I can send
it to
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you.
David
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Sent: Friday, December 26, 2003 5:22 PM
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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Is it in text format so that one could get
bits
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and pieces of it as
needed?
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You'll sell me a copy or let me download it
as a
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favor?
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Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2003 15:07:19 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
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I don't know about the 102 manual but I
have a
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copy of
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the 100 manual burned to CD that I found
online
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once.
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You might find it via club100.org also.
If you
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need a
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copy the the 100 manual just let me know.
David
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Does anyone know where I can download a
copy
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of the
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manual for the 102 that each page of it
is not
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a
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collection of image files? The only way
to
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retrieve
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text from an image file is to retype it.
Bummers.
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I have gotten it from two different
locations
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but
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both files are identical.
Thanks.
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2003-12-28 23:26:12 UTC
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......I used to have all 4......

People steal don't they?





----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 11:35:01 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
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What is 'The Model 100 Subroutine Cookbook' about?
The Subroutine Cookbook is full of subroutines that
you can put in programs and some of them are really
cool! I've known about the book for years and if you
want my copy that I have on CD just let me know. The
books I want were put out by the Waite Group and there
were 4 of them for the Model 100. I used to have all
4.
David
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2003-12-28 23:29:16 UTC
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Or get one of those old computer from goodwill that has 3.11 and remove the hard drive that way the OS should be original and intact instead of having two OS's on your hard drive.

----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 11:36:41 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
David
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Hallo
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Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
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owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
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Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
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many other programs and it supports images etc.
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2003-12-28 23:37:53 UTC
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I have a friend who has Windows 3.11 on disk. I'll
ask him if I can get a copy. One reason I want it is
because you can look at the programing. I want to
learn Linux and figure that I could start the same way
I learned Basic. Pick the program apart and see what
part does what and why and how it does it. :)

David
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Or get one of those old computer from goodwill that
has 3.11 and remove the hard drive that way the OS
should be original and intact instead of having two
OS's on your hard drive.
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Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 11:36:41 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
David
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Hallo
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Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I
wonder
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how little Bill paid the
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owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell
around
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it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
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Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from
Win
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3.x It can be read by
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Post by Neil Morrison
many other programs and it supports images
etc.
Post by David
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Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
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Post by David
I have a friend who has Windows 3.11 on disk. I'll
ask him if I can get a copy. One reason I want it is
because you can look at the programing. I want to
learn Linux and figure that I could start the same way
I learned Basic. Pick the program apart and see what
part does what and why and how it does it. :)
David
Ummm.. that's not something that can be done with any version of
Windows.
(Well, I suppose you could run some of the files through a
dis-assembler. If they're not compressed or otherwise obfuscated you
might get something from them. Note, however, that such
'reverse-engineering' is usually included in the software license list
of prohibitions.)

You are correct that with Linux you have access to the source code for
most of the software supplied with the various distributions.
This is not true for the core files and utilities supplied by Microsoft
for their operating systems.

Applications and utilities written in BASIC, QBasic / QuickBASIC,
Assembler, C, Pascal, etc., may have the source code supplied or
available. It depends and depended on the programmer and / or the
company ultimately supporting the programmer.
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2003-12-28 23:33:23 UTC
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WriteRight.com is nothing but:

<html>
1-2-3
</html>

That's cutting edge man.




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From: "Jan Vanden Bossche" <jan80-***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 23:40:47 +0100
To: <m100-***@public.gmane.org>
Subject: [OT] Write (was: Re: 102 manual.)
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Hallo
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Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
I don't want Windows ! I'm into "minimal computing" and I want to minimize
as much as possible the use of MS products, and certainly Windows. So I like
the concept of Deskmate, but I don't like the DM wordprocessor, And I
haven't found a good WP that fits on a single 720 KB disk + DOS. For use on
my 1400 LT, or my 1100 FD e.g.
So I'm interested in that program Ron mentioned: WriteRight. Problem is, a
search by Google(tm) only reveals protective screencovers for PDA's!
Post by David
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----- Original Message -----
Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I wonder
how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell around
it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
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Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from Win
3.x It can be read by
many other programs and it supports images etc.
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
Jan-80
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2003-12-28 23:49:21 UTC
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I have 3.11 Windows For WorkGroups with DOS 6 on a UNISYS PW2 Advantage. I piddle with it once in a while but I don't use it, or it's programs. It has Corridor 7 Alien Invasion (CAPSTONE SOFTWARE) and an unregistered copy of QuickMenu. Everything else on it is standard factory issue Windows.


----- Original Message -----
From: David <d3pl-/***@public.gmane.org>
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 15:37:53 -0800 (PST)
To: m100-***@public.gmane.org
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I have a friend who has Windows 3.11 on disk. I'll
ask him if I can get a copy. One reason I want it is
because you can look at the programing. I want to
learn Linux and figure that I could start the same way
I learned Basic. Pick the program apart and see what
part does what and why and how it does it. :)
David
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Or get one of those old computer from goodwill that
has 3.11 and remove the hard drive that way the OS
should be original and intact instead of having two
OS's on your hard drive.
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Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 11:36:41 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
David
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Hallo
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Post by Ron Wiesen
Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1. I
wonder
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how little Bill paid the
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owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell
around
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it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
Post by Ron Wiesen
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from
Win
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3.x It can be read by
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Post by Neil Morrison
many other programs and it supports images
etc.
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2003-12-29 03:12:27 UTC
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Heh.. Thats funny. I used to work for Intracorp, who had three "brands" Capstone (adventure/first person games), Three-Sixty (wargames), and something else. that was for traditional games liek cards...
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I have 3.11 Windows For WorkGroups with DOS 6 on a UNISYS PW2 Advantage. I piddle with it once in a while but I don't use it, or it's programs. It has Corridor 7 Alien Invasion (CAPSTONE SOFTWARE) and an unregistered copy of QuickMenu. Everything else on it is standard factory issue Windows.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 15:37:53 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
I have a friend who has Windows 3.11 on disk.  I'll
ask him if I can get a copy.  One reason I want it is
because you can look at the programing.  I want to
learn Linux and figure that I could start the same way
I learned Basic.  Pick the program apart and see what
part does what and why and how it does it. :)
                                 David
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Or get one of those old computer from goodwill that
has 3.11 and remove the hard drive that way the OS
should be original and intact instead of having two
OS's on your hard drive.
----- Original Message -----
Date: Sun, 28 Dec 2003 11:36:41 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: 102 manual.
Post by David
I know you can download Windows 3.1 online.
                                  David
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Hallo
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Shades of WriteRight from circa DOS2.1.  I
wonder
Post by David
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how little Bill paid the
owner of WriteRight to slap a Windoze shell
around
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it and call it his own?
Never hear of it. Is it downloadable somewhere ?
----- Original Message -----
Post by Neil Morrison
Or you could use the old Write program from
Win
Post by David
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3.x It can be read by
Post by Neil Morrison
many other programs and it supports images
etc.
Post by David
Post by JUST ME
Greetings from the TyRannoSaurus
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2003-12-29 17:55:49 UTC
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David, if you find your CD copy of the PDF to Text works,
consider uploading it for some of the rest of us. thanks rjs

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Post by David
Hello. Yes it would be nice to have. Especially on
my Dos Tandy 1400HD computer.
I just got done looking at what I have on CD and I
found the PDF to Text application. I'm going to try
it out.
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R.Jim Seibert 1392 E. Wash. Sequim WA 98382 fax/tel. (360) 681-7492
- Everybody wants a religion that will allow him to call himself a child
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I found it and tried it out on my mom's XP computer.
It wouldn't work. I'm now using my sister's computer
and I'll try it on hers as well as my nieces computer.
I tried to upload it to somebody but apparently it
wouldn't do anything.

David
Post by Richard Jim Seibert
David, if you find your CD copy of the PDF to
Text works,
consider uploading it for some of the rest of us.
thanks rjs
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On Sun, 28 Dec 2003 15:29:18 -0800 (PST) David
Post by David
Hello. Yes it would be nice to have. Especially
on
Post by David
my Dos Tandy 1400HD computer.
I just got done looking at what I have on CD and I
found the PDF to Text application. I'm going to
try
Post by David
it out.
www.bookcracker.com
R.Jim Seibert 1392 E. Wash. Sequim WA 98382
fax/tel. (360) 681-7492
- Everybody wants a religion that will allow him to
call himself a child
of God, but without a truly changed heart.
________________________________________________________________
Post by Richard Jim Seibert
The best thing to hit the internet in years - Juno
SpeedBand!
Surf the web up to FIVE TIMES FASTER!
Only $14.95/ month - visit www.juno.com to sign up
today!


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