Original manual supplied with the Amstrad PCW 9512, one of the largest and most extensive manuals in the PCW range. Includes handling and instructions for the machine. It starts from the installation after its unpacking, the use of the supplied disks, printer, printer paper, handling of LocoScript, introduction to the CP/M operating system, graphics, Commercial software, the commands of the CP/M Plus, the language Mallard Basic programming language and ending with the DR programming language. Logo.
CONTENTS Part I: The PCW9512 Chapter 1: Getting Started Chapter 2: Using your PCW Appendix I: Expanding your PCW Appendix II: Troubleshooting Part II: LocoScript Introduction LocoScript Tutorial Stage 1: Basics Session 1: Fundamentals Session 2: Running off a letter Session 3: Preparing a new document Session 4: Printing Session 5: Changing a document - I: Small changes Session 6: Changing a document - II: Large scale changes Session 7: Keeping your discs organised Session 8: Checking your spelling Stage 2: Refinements Session 9: Indenting, centring and justifying Session 10: Stressing words and phrases Session 11: Using character pitches and line spacings Session 12: Margins tabs and tables Session 13: Direct printing Session 14: Finding and Exchanging Session 15: Moving text around Stage 3: Advanced features Session 16: The Professional touch - I: Niceties of Layout Session 17: The Professional touch - II: Headers, Footers and Page numbers Session 18: Changing the Framework Session 19: Large documents Session 20: Using different types of paper Session 21: Mail merge - I: Producing standard letters and mailshots Session 22: Mail merge - II: Preparing the masters Session 23: Using different printwheels and different printers Session 24: Using one document as a pattern for another Postscript: Getting the best out of LocoScript 2 Appendices Appendix I: Converting to LocoScript 2 Appendix II: Glossary Appendix III: LocoScript 2 Characters Appendix IV: Quick reference Appendix V: Troubleshooting Part III: Using CP/M, BASIC and LOGO Chapter 1: Introduction to CP/M on the PCW9512 Chapter 2: Which commands to use Chapter 3: Commercial Software for the PCW9512 Chapter 4: Graphics on the PCW9512 Chapter 5: The CP/M Plus built-in commands and utilities Mallard Basic Dr Logo Appendix I: CP/M Plus character sets Appendix II: Advanced use of the printer Appendix III: Terminal characteristics Appendix IV: Error messages Licence Agreements Index