Contents: Index Adress book Planner
The INDEX file identifies the cassette, and includes test sequences for setting the correct playback volume on the recorder. It should be star-loaded by typing:*LOAD “INDEX”
The file will then be loaded directly onto the screen, and should appear as shown above. The remainder of the file should appear as a sequence of lines showing the character set:
.iIHBCDEFGHIJKLMMOPQRSTUVWXYZC etc. etc.
The remaining files on the cassette should be loaded and run normally e.g.:
LOAD ‘ADDRESS BOOK”RUN
ADDRESS BOOKProgram 5K, graphics 6K
The ADDRESS BOOK allows a file of up to 100 names, addresses, post codes, and telephone numbers to be built up and searched in a fast and convenient way. Options are selected from menus displayed by the program; the required option should be specified by its first letter, followed by RETURN. Typing RETURN at any time will return to the main menu.Maintenance - M
When using the ADDRESS BOOK for the first time the address file should be initialised by specifying I. After use the address file should be saved to cassette with the S command, and on subsequent occasions the previous address file should be loaded by specifying L.New Entry - N
New entries should be typed within the frame provided, typing RETURN at the end of each line to move to the next line.Find Entry - F
Enter enough characters to uniquely specify the name, and the address and telephone number will be found.Amend Entry - A
Allows the address or telephone number of a specified entry to be amended. Typing RETURN on any line will leave the line unchanged.Delete Entry - D
Deletes an entry from the address file, freeing the space. The name must be specified in full.Print All Entries - P
Displays all entries in alphabetical order. Type P followed by CTRL-B to output the list to a printer for a mailing list, etc.PLANNER
Program 5K, graphics 6KThe PLANNER
program works just like a written diary but with many automatic features, and space for 200 - 300 entries.
On running the program the date should be specified. Options are selected from menus displayed by the program; the required option should be specified by its first letter, followed by RETURN.
When using the PLANNER for the first time the data file should be initialised by specifying I. After use the data file should be saved to cassette with the S command, and on subsequent occasions the previous data file should be loaded by specifying L.Appointment - A
The date for which appointments are to be made should be specified; typing RETURN defaults to the current date. The day’s appointments will then be displayed. Appointments have three types of status:
The appointment’s time, on a 24-hour clock, or ““ or – for permanent or exclusive appointments, should be specified, followed by the description.
Delete – D The line number to be deleted should be specified.
Forward - F Move to next day.
Back - B Move to previous day.
Coming Soon - C Shows all entries with permanent status over the next seven days, as a reminder.Plan Ahead - P
Allows browsing through the current month, specified by RETURN, or any month number. When the diary is full a warning will be given, and the oldest non- permanent entries in the diary will be deleted.