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1022    4UP     ADUMP   AJ      APLBAS  ARP     ASSIGN  ATTACH  BACKUP  BRACK
CALCOM  CALEND  CANCEL  CDCEOF  CHANGE  COBOL   COMMAN  COMPIL  CONTRO  COSTS
COUNT   CPUNCH  CREATE  DATESW  DDT     DEBUG   DECLAR  DELETE  DEMOS   DETACH
DIRECT  DISK    EBCDIC  ECHO    EMPIRE  FAILSA  FAL     FILES   FORDDT  FORFLO
FORTH   FORTRA  FROM10  GCS     GENCOM  GLIM    GRIPE   GT40    HELP    HLPALL
HLPSQZ  HOLIDA  HPPLOT  IMSL    INDEX   JOB     KDPLDR  KERMIT  KILL    KJOB
LABDMC  LASER   LIBRAR  LINED   LINK    LOGIN   LSTMAI  MAKVIR  MASTER  MCROSS
MONITO  MOUNT   MS      MTA     MTTOPT  MUPPET  NAME    NCP     NETWOR  NFT
NOTICE  NYPLAN  OLDNOT  OMNIGR  OPR     PACMAN  PAL10   PASSWO  PASWRD  PHONES
PLOT    POUT    PUB     QUEUE   REATTA  REDUCE  RENAME  RENBR   RERUN   RSXFMT
RSXRED  SAAM    SAVE    SDPL    SED     SEDONL  SEDOTH  SEE     SEND    SEWER
SIXPRT  SMALL   SORT    SPACIN  SPIKE   STAFF   STATIS  STREK   SUPCAL  SUPSUB
SYSDPY  SYSTEM  TAPCOP  TECMAC  TEK     TEKVEW  TERMIN  TIME    TIP     TO10
TOPS    TREK    TREND   TYPFIL  USERS   USNMRG  VAXTAP  VERIFY  WHO     XVFU

.KJOB
>>>HELP Command<<< The HELP command types out helpful documentation on various system features. The command: HELP Will type this message. HELP * Types the names of all currently available help-information. HELP (dont type the <>, just the name itself) Will look for and type out the information about the system feature named in . For example: HELP DIRECT will type out information on the DIRECTORY command. HELP/PRINT will produce a lineprinter copy of the given help file on NARROW forms. e.g. HELP/PRINT DIRECT HELP/COPY will make a disk copy in your area of the given help file. e.g. HELP/COPY DIRECT There is also !HUMAN! help available from 8 to 5 weekdays from the consultants and over longer hours from the operators: see HELP HUMAN .KJOB .hehlpelp 4up4u p [HLP:4UP.HLP 1 page] 4UP will create a 4-up label file suitable for printing and use with a cheshire mailing label system (one that takes a full page of labels--4 across, 11 down--and applies adhesive, then puts the labels on the material to be mailed). The program is a son of COLUMN, being a specific case and slightly modified version of that program. 4UP transforms a 1-up, or single column file into a 4 across, or 4-up, format. The order is row-wise, that is, progressing across a row then proceeding to the next row. Most cheshire systems expect 4 columns of 30 characters each with 4 character spaces between each column for a total of 132 characters/row. 4UP will do this but also allow up to 3 characters to encroach into the "blank" space in between columns--do this at your own risk tho--they may not be processed correctly by a cutting machine. You will be asked if your input file has the first column blank; a "y" response will strip off that first column when the output file is made. Your input file then can be up to 30 characters wide (or 33 if you want to run into the normally blank space); and should start with the first label--that is, there should not be a stray blank line or anything else as the first line(s) of your file. The program will ask for input and output file names and how many lines per group you want (6 or 8). A one inch label cycle is wanted, but the file can be printed at 6 lines/inch (5 lines in the label, 1 in between) or 8 lines/inch (7 lines in the label). Use /FORMS:BAKLAB for the 6 line file in your print command, /FORMS:BKL888 for 8. To run 4UP, enter, R PUB:4UP [end of 4UP.HLP] .KJOB .