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TRS-80 word processing application using Superscripsit

Carol M. Lehman

TRS-80 word processing application using Superscripsit

by Carol M. Lehman

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Published by Reston Pub. Co. in Reston, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Superscripsit.,
  • TRS-80 Model III (Computer) -- Programming.,
  • Word processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    Other titlesT.R.S.-80 word processing application using Superscripsit.
    StatementCarol M. Lehman, Mark W. Lehman, Connie J. McMullan.
    ContributionsLehman, Mark W., Forde, Connie M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ52.5.S94 L44 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 332 p. ;
    Number of Pages332
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2842849M
    ISBN 100835978788
    LC Control Number84004789
    OCLC/WorldCa10533644

    DECmate II Word Processing Using Sort (Nov , Digital Equipment Corp. AA-NA-TA) WPS Quick Lookup Guide Update Sheets (Feb , Digital Equipment Corp. AA-HA43A- TV) LA50 Printer Programmer Reference Manual (March , . 0 ACCEL 3/4 Compiler for TRS BASIC $ $ Includes: Integrated data dictionary, recursive menu manager, com­ O EDIT Full-Screen Editor for BASIC $ $1 50 plete BASIC interface, Scripsit interface, Visicalc interface, Utility pro­ File Size: 24MB.

    The TRS Micro Computer System (TRS, later renamed the Model I to distinguish it from successors) is a desktop microcomputer launched in and sold by Tandy Corporation through their RadioShack stores. The name is an abbreviation of Tandy/RadioShack, Z80 microprocessor. It is one of the earliest mass-produced and mass-marketed retail home computers. TYPITALL is a new word processing pro­ gram which is upward compatible with SCRIPSlr for the Model 1 and 3 TRS TYPITALL includes features like these: as­ sign any sequence of keystrokes to a single control key. See the formatted text on the screen before printing. Send the formatted text to a disk file for later printing. MergeFile Size: 17MB.

    Product Application: Freight Billing using CENTRONICS Printers and CRT Terminal Interface 7/ 2 Teacher's Guide and Key for Word Processing with SuperScripsIt and the TRS Models III and 4 ISBN 05: Code Book Frequency Programming Directory for Model No. There will be Model 4 software, such as word processing and spreadsheet programs, that uses the column format. The Model 4 characters are smaller, of course, to fit in the same screen area: they are 10 to the inch horizontally and 4 to the inch vertically, as compared with 8 horizontal and vertical characters to the inch on the Model III.


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TRS-80 word processing application using Superscripsit by Carol M. Lehman Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: xiii, pages ; 28 cm: Other Titles: T.R.S word processing. Scripsit is a word processing application written for the Radio Shack TRS line of computers.

Versions were available for most if not all computers sold under the TRS name, including the Color Computer and several pocket computer designs, as well as the Tandy version of the Xenix operating system.

Some of these versions are tape-based and have no ability to read or write Developer(s): Tandy. Word processing was one of the most important applications for early microcomputers.

WordStar, introduced in by MicroPro International, became the best selling word processor soon after it was introduced. According to the market research firm InfoCorp, WordStar was the most popular word processor in with 24% of the worldwide market.

TRS strings (column) Stephen B. Gray. Previewing reel fifty-three of the epic film, "The Machine From Fort Worth," we see it includes scenes featuring the new PC-4 Pocket Computer, the SuperScripsit word processing program, a newsletter for lawyers who use the TRS, and a short music program for the Color Computer.

The TRS Micro Computer System (TRS, later renamed the Model I to distinguish it from successors) is a desktop microcomputer launched in and sold by Tandy Corporation through their RadioShack stores. The name is an abbreviation of Tandy/RadioShack, Z80 microprocessor.

It is one of the earliest mass-produced and mass-marketed retail home cturer: Tandy Corporation. Three word processors for the TRS color computer.

(evaluation) Scott L. Norman. Three Word Processors For The TRS Color Computer Let's get the tone of this thing right at the start: I expect to enjoy writing this review, I hope it will be helpful to a few people, and I certainly don't intend it to be an anti-Radio Shack diatribe.

CopyArt II. Zorloff Word-Processing System. MDX4 modem. Key Commander full-screen TRS-80 word processing application using Superscripsit book. Six joysticks reviewed. Data-Writer form letter and mailing list program.

The Producer program generator. Strike Force, a game from Melbourne House. TRS Color Programs, more than just a book of programs. Galaxy Invasion Plus. Jovian. SPOOL/ TRS FORTRAN-an evaluation by T.

Dettmann In the last issue we covered the TRS FORTRAN package and discussed what features it provided (“NOW THE TRS HAS FORTRAN”, MarApr 79). In this issue, we will cover a month’s experience with the FORTRAN package and try to let you know whether this is the right purchase to extend your system.

Full text of "Radio Shack Software Reference and Tandy Computer Guide" See other formats. pre-packafjed prograths. The report notes that word processing is the sinlile most important library application for microcomputers. SamOle records, forms,- and lists generated_on the TRS are presented, including for the,sake of comparison, serials records produced)with both,prepackaged and customized software.

Also shown are copies of. Full text of "Radio Shack Software Reference and Tandy Computer Guide ()(Radio Shack)" See other formats. The TRS Micro Computer System (TRS; later known as the Model I to distinguish it from successors) is a desktop microcomputer launched in and sold by Tandy Corporation through their Radio Shack stores.

The name is an abbreviation of Tandy/Radio Shack, Z microprocessor. It was one of the earliest mass-produced and mass-marketed retail personal. TRS. Credit Card Orders: Just a reminder to anyone submitting an order using a credit card, I need the expiration date.

Also, don't forget to include all of the digits: MasterCard account numbers are dig-its in four groups of four; the last four digits are usually in the position of the hologram and sometimes hard to see, but they're there.

Even though Programming the Z80 wasn’t written for the TRS‑80, it was one of the most popular TRS‑80 programming books. I suspect that this book and TRS‑80 Assembly Language Programming by William Barden introduced more TRS‑80 programmers to assembly language than any others.

Programming the Z80 was very popular, selling overcopies in its Author: Rodnay Zaks. The TRS Micro Computer System (TRS, later renamed the Model I to distinguish it from successors) is a desktop microcomputer launched in and sold by Tandy Corporation through their Radio Shack stores.

The name is an abbreviation of Tandy/Radio Shack, Z microprocessor. It was one of the earliest mass-produced and mass-marketed retail personal. I Note: The text strings you enter are retained in the TRS's memory un til you type a new strin g.

Y ou may r e-x cut e global in structi n impl y b typing h command sequ ence but omitting the actual string. (For example, to find next occurr nce of I a strin g you just located, type IBREAKl[E)IENTERI You may also use Repeat Com-\.

Scripsit is a word processing application written for the Radio Shack TRS line of computers. Versions were available for most if not all computers sold under the TRS name, including the Color Computer and several pocket computer designs, as well as the Tandy version of the Xenix operating system.

The jet black case houses a ,word spelling checker and a ,word thesaurus. For hard copies of your work, the WP-2 easily connects to Tandy or IBM -compatible printers. You even add an optional modem to transfer files to your personal computer by phone.". Inspire a love of reading with Prime Book Box for Kids Discover delightful children's books with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers new books every 1, 2, or 3 months — new customers receive 15% off your first box.

Learn more. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: Tandy Corporation. Reference Notes for the word processing program being used.

Word Processing Handout #2, Bank Street Writer - Reference Notes, is provided as a sample. Teaching Sequence. The teacher should be familiar with the word processing program and the accompanying manual. Have students boot the word processing program. Briefly explain any Size: 1MB.

Text can be entered at any time just as you would in a conventional word processor. The Calc key turns the system into a basic. 4-function calculator.

Graphics can be created via the Draw key. The Sched (schedule) key gives you access to a computer-kept appointment book, a built-in clock/timer/ alarm, and an event scheduler.".TRS Micro Computer Technical Reference Handbook 1st ()(Radio Shack).pdf MB TRS Micro Computer Technical Reference Handbook 2nd ()(Radio Shack).pdf.TRS Level II BASIC was a version of Microsoft BASIC for the Radio Shack TRS Model I computer.

It was the "more advanced" BASIC available for that machine; the other BASIC, Level I, was adapted from Tiny BASIC and stored its programs in plain text form, not tokenized.