DeScribe for OS/2

Versione: 
5.0.6
Data rilascio: 
Martedì, 16 Luglio, 1996
Costo: 
$49.00

Licenza:

Interfaccia:

DeScribe for OS/2, un programma di videoscrittura pratico, facile da usare, versatile e facilmente espandibile per mezzo di macro.

Il prodotto, pur non essendo più sviluppato/aggiornato/commercializzato da tempo, è facilmente reperibile quale software "Abandonware" su numerosi siti dedicati.

Questo software è distribuito come pacchetto compresso, da scaricare e installare manualmente; se ci sono prerequisiti da soddisfare, andranno anch'essi scaricati e installati manualmente.

Installazione manuale

Pacchetto autoinstallante. Eseguire SETUP.EXE. Vedi sotto per il(i) link di download.

Qui di seguito trovi i link di download per l'installazione manuale del software:

Angled folder icons for DeScribe 5 v. 5.0 (18/5/2014, David Graser) Readme/What's new
First, David Graser deserves any credit for these, as all I did was take his "blank" folder icons from new_ecs_angled_folder_icons_release5.zip and use ICONEDIT.EXE to scribble in the "D" as it appeared in the original DeScribe folder icon. I tweaked the color a bit, and repeated the process for the open view of the folder. Don't ask me why I did this. I was bored, my eyes hurt from too much screen reading, and big blocks of color seemed soothing at the time. :-) Enjoy, and remember to drop David a note of thanks for all of his beautiful artwork for OS/2 and eCS over the years.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/multimedia/images/icons/DeScribe5_angled_folder_icons_2.zip
Describe 5 Tips & Techniques v. 5.0 (8/9/2002) Readme/What's new
Describe 5 Tips & Techniques Some Tips & Techniques-Webpages from the old (an now non-existing) Describe Wordprocessor website. If you have other original Tips & Techniques email me. dbaumanns@gmx.de Please notice that i packed this archive, but not created or written the Tips-Pages 8.9.2002
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/describe_tips.zip
DeScribe Calendar macro that works with years 1950-2049 v. 5.0 (30/1/2000, Mark Davis) Readme/What's new
Replacement Calendar macro for DeScribe 5.0 The original DeScribe 5 Calendar macro was broken by Y2K. I modified it and now it works with all years from 1950 to 2049. I suspect someone smarter than I could come up with one that will work with all years. Mark Davis
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/calmacro.zip
Describe Year 2000 Calendar Macro v. 5.0 (29/7/1998, Gerald W. Wilkins) Readme/What's new
Creates a monthly calendar in DeScribe. Initiate with Control-M. This DeScribe macro is year 2000 compliant through 2089. Unzip it (Calendar_2000) and copy it o your Describe Macros directory. Use it as is or rename it to Calendar after renaming the existing Calendar macro to something else.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/dsy2kcal.zip
DeScribe to HTML export macro v. 5.0 (25/1/1997, Dave Palmer) Readme/What's new
Welcome to a DeScribe WYSIWYG Stylesheet You are looking a file prepared by this stylesheet The appearance is close to what you will see on the WWW The purpose of this stylesheet and macro is to let you develop text pages. With little or no experience you can build a WWW page and also learn about HTML coding.. This is a vision test! This file is both documentation and a learning tool. Dave Palmer, ©January, 1997 dpalmer@wln.com
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/dsc2html.zip
DeScribe for OS/2 v. 5.0.5 (24/7/1996, DeScribe Inc.) Readme/What's new
What's Included in this file How to Install Other Instructions Mesa Spreadsheet Languages DeLights New Features and How to Use Them Fixes Support License Agreement System Requirements Change of Address HOW TO INSTALL OS/2 Installation: 1. Insert the CD in your CD drive 2. Open a view of the CD from your drives folder 3. Open the OS2 or German\OS2 directory 4. Double-click setup.exe 5. Click the Install button 6. Follow the instruction in the installation dialogs Windows '95 and Windows NT (3.51) Installation: 1. Insert the CD in your CD drive 2. In Windows NT, select your CD drive from the File Manager, in Windows 95, open your CD drive from the 'My Computer' folder 3. Open the WIN32 or German\WIN32 directory 4. Double-click setup.exe 5. Click the Install button 6. Follow the instruction in the installation dialogs Windows 3.1 Installation: 1. Insert the CD in your CD drive 2. In File manager, select your CD drive 3. Open the WIN16 or German\WIN16 directory 4. Double-click setup.exe 5. Click the Install button 6. Follow the instruction in the installation dialogs OTHER INSTRUCTIONS Mesa Spreadsheet The Mesa spreadsheet is installed as part of the DeScribe OS/2 install. If you want to install Mesa separately: 1. Double-click the setup.exe icon, or run the Setup.exe from an OS/2 command line 2. Click Install button 3. Click Custom 4. Deselect all the install options for DeScribe files 5. Click OK Languages Additional language dictionaries can be installed during the Custom installation process. 1. Run the setup program. 2. Click Install all or portion of DeScribe. 3. Click Custom. 4. Deselect file options which you do not want to install. 5. Click Language options... to the right of the Language files option. 6. Select the language(s) you wish to install. 7. Click OK, and click OK in the Options dialog. Delights DeLights is a monitoring program that places a horizontal bar across your screen. The height of this bar is only 3 pixels, and the program is designed to use a minimum amount of system resources for operation so it can be left running continuously. DeLights operates on OS/2 and Windows 95, and Windows NT. When CPU activity is high the bar extends to the right. When CPU activity is low the bar stays on the left side. Installation The installation process installed a copy of DeLights by using DELIGHTS.EXE. Exit DeLights If you want to stop DeLights program from executing: 1. Select the DeLights program from the task list or bar. 2. Click the right mouse button on the selection. 3. Choose Close from the menu. 4. DeLights is no longer running on your system. Note: Some users with certain high resolution video adapters cannot see DeLights due to limitations in their hardware or video drivers. NEW FEATURES AND HOW TO USE THEM File Compression Reduce the disk space required using compression on imported graphics, text, or both. You also determine the level of compression to use. 1. Choose Options | Document Preferences 2. Click the Compression Tab 3. Enable Use document compression 4. Select what you want to compress 5. Select Compression level 6. Click OK. The next time you save your document, it will use the compression settings. Compressed documents can only be opened by DeScribe version 5.0.5 or later. Last Eight Searches DeScribe remembers what you have searched or replaced. To use a previous search: 1. Choose Words | Define Search 2. Click the drop down list for Previous Searches 3. Select the desired search Pop-up Menus on Open File Dialogs Using the pop-up menus on the DeScribe file dialogs, you can Move/Rename, Open, or Print files from the Files list, and Create, Rename, and Remove directories from the Directories list. To display the pop-up menus: 1. Click the right mouse button on a file in the Files list or a directory in the Directories list 2. Select the desired operation from the menu Note: If you are running Windows 95 or NT these pop-up menus only appear if the Use common file dialogs option is NOT selected on the Options tab in the Global Preferences dialog. New Text Import Filters Word 7.0 and Word Perfect 6.1 New filters, and updated filters are included for better compatibility for converting documents. Toolbar Resolution Users now have the option to select the size of the Toolbar icons. In the Global Preferences, Monitor Tab, you can now specify icon sizes of 24x24, 32x32, or Auto. Toolbar size of Auto scales the toolbar icons to approximately 3/8" square (measured by the ruler.) FIXES Double-sided Printing DeScribe now feeds the last page of a print job when printing using double-sided and two-up printing. Bitmap Monochrome bitmaps (.BMP files) can now be made transparent or opaque. XIT Productivity Enhancement Tool DeScribe now works with XIT. SUPPORT Internet Support Internet: DeScribe Web page http://www.describe.com DeScribe email address dwpsupport@describe.com Compuserve Type GO DESCRIBE or send to 71333,154 Prodigy Word Processing topic in the Computer Bulletin Board or the IBM OS/2 Exchange Bulletin Board Telephone and Fax Support You may also contact DeScribe Technical Support by telephone or fax transmission and be billed at a rate of $25 per problem or question. Please provide your name and product serial number or version date. You will be required to provide a credit card number upon initiation of the contact. DeScribe Support Telephone and FAX Number Tel. (916) 646-1111 Monday-Friday 8am-4pm PST Fax (916) 923-3447 Monday-Friday 8am-4pm PST LICENSE AGREEMENT DESCRIBE VOYAGER CD LICENSE AGREEMENT DEFINITIONS The following definitions apply to terms as they appear in this Agreement: Company, Our, We and Us means DeScribe, Inc. located at 3841 N. Freeway Blvd., Ste. 275, Sacramento, CA 95834 Voyager CD means the DeScribe Voyager CD ROM version of the DeScribe Word Processor including the software, documentation and other items accompanying this agreement. You, Yourself, and Your mean anyone who acquires or uses the Voyager CD. Package means the media containing Software together with documentation. Program means the original and all whole or partial contents of the Voyager CD, including modified copies or portions merged into other programs. LICENSE The Program is licensed, not sold. DeScribe, Inc. grants you a world wide license for the Program. You obtain no rights other than those granted you under this license. DeScribe, Inc. retains title to the Program. DeScribe, Inc. owns, or has licensed from the owner, copyrights in the Program. You are responsible for the selection of the Program and for the installation of, use of, and results obtained from, the Program. Under this License, you may: use the program on only one machine at any one time; copy the Program for backup or in order to modify it; modify the Program and/or merge it into another program as an essential utilization of the Program in conjunction with your machine; and transfer all of your license rights and the possession of the Program to another party under the conditions stated below. You may not: use, copy, modify, merge, or transfer copies of the Program except as provided in this license; reverse assemble or reverse compile the Program; or sublicense, rent, lease, or assign the Program. transfer the Voyager CD or any item produced using the Voyager CD to any person or entity in violation of the United States Export Administration Act. Install the Program on a bulletin board service or allow access to the Program via a bulletin board service on the Internet. TRANSFER OF LICENSE If you transfer the Program, you must transfer a copy of this License Agreement, all other documentation and at least one complete, unaltered copy of the Program to the other party. You must, at the same time, either transfer all your other copies of the Program to the other party or destroy them. Your license is then terminated. The other party agrees to these terms and conditions by its first use of the Program. You must reproduce the copyright notice(s) on each copy, or partial copy, of the Program. Voyager CD UPDATES AND UPGRADES The Company may at any time update and upgrade the Voyager CD. Company has the right to charge a fee for updates and upgrades. TERMINATION OF THE AGREEMENT You may terminate your license at any time. DeScribe, Inc. may terminate your license if you fail to comply with the terms and conditions of this license. In either event, you agree to, and must, destroy all copies of the Program and the CD or transfer the License as permitted above under TRANSFER OF LICENSE. UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT RESTRICTED RIGHTS This Software and documentation is provided with RESTRICTED RIGHTS. Use, Duplication, or disclosure is subject to restrictions as stated in subdivision (c) (1) (ii) of the Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at 48 CFR 252.227.7013, or in subdivision (a) through (d) of the Commercial Computer Software-Restricted Rights clause at 48 CFR 52.227-19 (and including the limitations set forth in the Agreement), as applicable. Contact/manufacturer is DeScribe, Inc., DeScribe, Inc., 3841 N. Freeway Blvd., Ste. 275, Sacramento, CA 95834 WARRANTY AND SUPPORT DeScribe, Inc. offers no refunds on the Voyager CD. DeScribe, Inc. will replace defective media within 30 days of date of purchase. Proof of purchase is required. Free phone support is not available from DeScribe, Inc. for the Voyager CD. The Compuserve FORUM "GO DESCRIBE" is an ad hoc forum for support. Also, support questions may be directed to Internet address dwpsupport@describe.com. which is monitored and responded to on a "resources available" basis. Per call paid support is available at 916-646-1111. The Voyager CD has only been tested against the operating systems available as of the date of manufacture of the CD. LIMIT OF LIABILITY In no event will the Company be liable to you for any consequential or incidental damages, including any lost profits or lost savings even if a Company representative has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this exclusion may not apply to you. GOVERNING LAW This Agreement will be governed by the laws of the United States and the State of California as applied to transactions taking place wholly within Florida and Florida residents. ENTIRE AGREEMENT You acknowledge that You have read this Agreement, understand it, and that by opening this Package You agree to be bound by its terms and conditions. This Agreement is the entire agreement between the parties, and supersedes all prior agreements, understandings, promises, and representations, written or oral, with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement. No modification of the terms of this Agreement will be valid unless in writing and signed by both parties. If you have any questions concerning this Agreement, please contact in writing, DeScribe, Inc. 3841 N. Freeway Blvd., Ste. 275, Sacramento, CA 95834. DeScribe is the registered trademark of DeScribe, Inc. DeScribe, Inc. All rights reserved. July 1, 1996. Voyager System Requirements OS/2 2.11, OS/2 Warp or later, Windows 95, Windows NT, or Windows 3.x 7-14 MB hard drive space 8 MB RAM, 16 MB RAM (suggested) CD ROM drive Address Change If you would like to change your address, please fax or e-mail the following information to the address below: NAME MAILING ADDRESS E-MAIL ADDRESS(optional) TELEPHONE AND FAX NUMBER(optional) PRODUCT PURCHASED DATE AND LOCATION OF PURCHASE OPERATING SYSTEM(s) DeScribe, Inc. 3841 N. Freeway Blvd., Ste. 275 Sacramento, CA 95834 Tel. Pacific time (916)646-1111 Fax (916) 923-3447. Tel. Eastern time (941)732-5500 E-mail at: dwpsupport@describe.com or Web site: http://www.describe.com CompuServe Mail at 71333,154. or GO DESCRIBE DeScribe is the registered trademark of DeScribe, Inc. Windows, Windows 95 and Windows NT are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation, OS/2 and WARP are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation. ®Copyright 1996 DeScribe, Inc. All rights reserved.y:\cds\readme\readme.txt.505 July 24, 1996 7:39 A.M.
 winworldpc.com/download/1346b822-5355-11eb-b764-0200008a0da4/from/c3ae6ee2-8099-713d-3411-c3a6e280947e
DeScribe for OS/2 v. 5.0.6 (16/7/1996) Readme/What's new
This is the US version of DeScribe for OS/2 Build: 5.0.6, 7-1-96 To install DeScribe, run the SETUP program: From a full screen or windowed command prompt: Make A: the current drive. Type "SETUP" to run the installation program. From the desktop: Double-click on the icon for the floppy disk drive (e.g. A:). Then, double-click on the SETUP.EXE program. Click the "Install" button to install DeScribe. For more information, see the online help. If you have any questions you can reach us on the Internet at our Web Site at http://www.describe.com or send us E-Mail on Compuserve at 7133,154
 www.describe.com
French menu for DeScribe 5.0 v. 5.0 (15/3/1996)
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/descfr10.zip
DeScribe for OS/2 v. 5.0.5 (1/12/1995) Readme/What's new
This is the US version of DeScribe for OS/2 Build: 12-1-95 To install DeScribe, run the SETUP program: From a full screen or windowed command prompt: Make A: the current drive. Type "SETUP" to run the installation program. From the desktop: Double-click on the icon for the floppy disk drive (e.g. A:). Then, double-click on the SETUP.EXE program. Click the "Install" button to install DeScribe. For more information, see the online help. DeScribe Word Processor 5 is available starting at $50 (US). To purchase DeScribe products, contact us at (941) 732-5500, or contact one of the following resellers or bookstores: In the US: Microwarehouse - 800-367-6808 OS/2 Express - 800-672-5945 Programmer's Warehouse - 800-443-4405 Programmer's Paradise - 800-445-7899 Indelible Blue - 800-776-8284 Comp USA - 800-266-7872 Computerland Barnes & Noble Borders In Canada: House of Technology - 416-620-7970 MicroCentral - 908-360-0300 In Germany: ARS GmbH - +49 (89) 3236 6300 In United Kingdom: One Stop Software - +44 (0) 117 985 3370 In Switzerland: Minzloff Data - +41 61 261 4459 In Netherlands: MENSYS - +31 2347 0837 If you have any questions you can reach us on the Internet at our Web Site at http://www.describe.com/wp/info.html or send us E-Mail on Compuserve at 7133,154
 www.describe.com
Describe Voyager v. 5.0 (31/7/1995, DeScribe Inc.) Readme/What's new
DeScribe 5 Voyager README 7/31/95 Welcome to DeScribe Voyager. This README contains installation instructions for the files on the CD. Contents: ________ This CD contains full featured and full-functioning versions of DeScribe 5 for the operating systems OS/2, Windows 3.1, Windows NT 3.5, and Windows '95 (and Windows NT 3.51) with the exception that these versions of DeScribe are not LAN aware and are not LAN installable. Installations can only be made from the CD ROM. The versions are located in the directories OS2, WIN16, WINNT35, and WIN32, respectively. These products are not for distribution other than by DeScribe and its authorized agents. DeScribe, Inc. reserves all copyrights in the product. Reproduction as a component of any product, whether free or for profit, or distribution by any means for a fee is expressly prohibited without the written permission of DeScribe, Inc. For further DeScribe product information and pricing, please call DeScribe, Inc. in the USA at Tel. 1-813-732-5500. This CD also contains German versions of DeScribe 5, located in the GERMAN directory. Please see the README in the GERMAN directory for more information. DeScribe has also included supplementary Add-On language dictionaries. These dictionaries are contained in the LLS directory of the CD. Additional dictionaries are installed using the same setup program used to install DeScribe. The DeLights program included in the OS2, WINNT35, and WIN32 directories is a CPU performance monitor. DeLights displays a 2-pixel high bar on an edge of the desktop. The white portion of the bar represents how busy the CPU is at any given moment on a scale of 0% to 100%. The WIN32 version of Delights (which consists of two programs: DeLights and DeIdle) allows the bar to be placed on any of the four edges of the desktop. DeLights' menu is activated by clicking the right mouse button on the DeLights window (the 2 pixel bar.) Installation: _______________________________________ Note: The CD drive must be a local drive to perform any of the following installations. Each product has a setup program called SETUP.EXE which must be run to install DeScribe and DeLights on your computer. OS/2 installation: To install the OS/2 version of DeScribe, open the CD drive object in your drives folder. Open the OS2 folder. Double-click SETUP.EXE and click the install button in the DeScribe 5 Setup window. Follow the setup process to complete the installation. Windows 3.1 installation: To install the Windows 3.1 version of DeScribe, select the CD drive in File Manager. Double-click SETUP.EXE from the WIN16 directory. Click the install button in the DeScribe 5 Setup window. Follow the setup process to complete the installation. Windows NT 3.5 installation: To install the Windows NT version of DeScribe, select the CD drive in File Manager. Double-click SETUP.EXE from the WINNT35 directory. Click the install button in the DeScribe 5 Setup window. Follow the setup process to complete the installation. Windows NT 3.51 installation: To install the Windows NT version of DeScribe, select the CD drive in File Manager. Double-click SETUP.EXE from the WIN32 directory. Click the install button in the DeScribe 5 Setup window. Follow the setup process to complete the installation. Windows 95 installation: To install the Windows 95 version of DeScribe, open the CD drive. Open the folder called WIN32. Double-click SETUP.EXE and click the install button in the DeScribe 5 Setup window. Follow the setup process to complete the installation.
 ia803109.us.archive.org/10/items/describe5voyager/VOYAGER.ISO
SmartQuotes macro for DeScribe v. 4.0 (16/10/1993) Readme/What's new
Well, I wrote these two little macros because I missed the smartquotes macro offered in Word for Windows 2.0. I also found the typographic quotes offered by DeScribe to be a little depressing. So I wrote these macros. Enclosed are the two macro files and as well as the font that this macro needs to work. Basically, the macro "AutoSingle" will determine if you need a left or right single typographic quote and insert it while the "AutoQuote" will determine the same for regular quotes. So I offer these two macros to the public domain to see if someone else finds them as useful as I do and for someone who does not want to bother learning the Macro language. I downloaded the dingbats font from ftp-os2.cdrom.com and used "Pfm2Afm" to convert it. There was no mention of the font being shareware in the file so I must assume that the font is also freeware. WARNING I give no guarantees with this macro. While it works fine for me, it has not been tested for all situtations, and therefore could eat your life's work for all I know (although I doubt it). Don't bother suing me because you won't get much. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK! Now that cheery stuff is out of the way... INSTALLATION First, install the dingbats font included in this zip. 1) open the System Setup menu and then open the Font Palette 2) click on edit font 3) click on add font 4) type in the directory name where this unzipped is located 5) select "dingbats" and click on "OK" 6) close all windows 7) copy the files "AutoSingle" and "AutoQuotes" to the directory /DeScribe/Macros (or whatever you have renamed your Macros directory to) 8) then just run the macros when you need a quote I personally used the keyboard manager to set Alt-Ctrl-' (the quote key) to run the AutoQuote and Alt-' (again, the quote thing) to run the AutoSingle macro. Of course, if you find a better method... If you have any questions, comments or especially suggestions on how to improve this macro, please e-mail me. My address is dregeczi@sfu.ca. Hope you enjoy!
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/autoquo.zip
Describe 4.0 macros to convert endnotes to footnotes v. 4.0 (1/4/1993, Steve Weeks) Readme/What's new
These macros are for DeScribe 4.0 for OS/2 2.0. They are used to convert endnotes to footnotes automatically. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS The FTNOTE.ZIP file contains the following 15 files: README.1st (this file) FOOTNOTE.DOC (instructions for use of the footnote macros) INSTALL.FTN (a macro that, when run, loads and compiles all the following macros) FOOTSTRT FOOTNOTE FOOTTYPE FOOTCHK FOOTLINE FOOTLIST FOOTJTRF FOOTJTFR FOOTJFWD FOOTJBCK FOOTSHOW FOOTHIDE Copy all the files above to the \DESCRIBE\MACROS subdirectory (README.1st is not necessary though) The INSTALL.FTN macro will load them, compile them, save them, load FOOTNOTE.DOC and save it to \DESCRIBE\DATA and then delete the copy of FOOTNOTE.DOC you copied to the \MACROS subdirectory. Disclaimer: I have tested these macros quite a bit. They are not perfect (yet) but I don't think there's any way they could delete any of the text in any document you are working on. Make sure you read the FOOTNOTE.DOC though. The Snapshot file that DeScribe creates to keep track of your key strokes can get quite large during repeated use of the macro if you don't save the document periodically. I hope you find it (them) useful. Any comments (good or "constructive criticism") you'd care to send me would be appreciated. I'll continue to improve them, particularly in several areas: Speed: It can be kind of a drag on a slower PC, especially on huge documents. Intelligence: I plan to add some routines that will determine the best approach to take to get all footnotes correctly placed. I am on Prodigy quite a bit in the Computer Club (DXHP81A) My CompuServe ID is 70541,646 but I'm not there very much. Steve Weeks 12508 Queensbury Ct., Woodbridge, VA 22192 (703) 494-3506 I'd especially like to hear of any bugs that turn up. I'm sure there are some things I have not considered, especially how other people may have their units of measurement and page sizes set up. Things like that.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/ftnote.zip
DeScribe for OS/2 v. 4.0 (23/3/1993) Readme/What's new
*** This is the installation for the 32-bit OS/2 version of DeScribe *** To install the OS/2 version run the SETUP program: From a full screen or windowed command prompt: Type "A:SETUP" to run the installation program. From the desktop: Double-click on the icon for the floppy disk drive (e.g. A:). Then, double-click on the SETUP.EXE program. Use the mouse to select an installation option from the menu. If you don't have a mouse, press and release the ALT key to switch to the action bar. Then type "O" to bring down the Options menu. Then type a mnemonic letter to select the installation option. Select "Install DeScribe" to install some or all of the DeScribe files. Select "Delete DeScribe" to delete some or all of the DeScribe files. Select "Exit Installation" to stop the installation program. When you select Install, the program displays a dialog with check boxes for features to install. To enable or disable a feature, click on the name with the mouse. If you don't have a mouse, use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the feature and press the space bar. If you choose to install the text import/export libraries, the program displays a dialog which lists all the available formats. Select one or more formats from the list and click OK, or click All to install all of them. The program also prompts you for the destination directory (typically C:\DeScribe). You can change the directory if you wish. The program checks to see that you have sufficient space on the destination disk before proceeding with the installation. If there is not enough space, the program displays a dialog which tells you how much space you need and asks you if you want to proceed anyway. The program places the DeScribe.exe file in the destination directory. It also creates several subdirectories. Data Directory for your documents DLL Assorted dynamic link libraries Icons Directory for custom icon files Inset Files needed for graphics conversion library Help Directory for custom help files Layouts Directory for layout files LLS Files needed for spell check, thesaurus, etc. Macros Directory for macros Temp Directory for temporary files Tutorial Tutorial files UsrDicts Directory for user dictionaries W4W Files needed for text conversion library DeScribe creates temporary disk files when it is running. By default, these files are placed in the Temp directory. The DeScribe.exe file, as well as the files in the DLL, LLS, Inset and W4W directories are read-only. They are not modified by DeScribe. The files in the Layouts, Data, Macros, Temp and UsrDicts directories may be modified by DeScribe as a result of user actions. DeScribe expects to find the DLL, Inset and W4W subdirectories in the same directory as the DeScribe.exe file. The program also creates a file DWP40.dat and places in in the same directory as the other system .INI files. On OS/2 systems this is usually the C:\OS2 directory. The file contains preference and configuration information used by DeScribe. This file may be modified at any time. DeScribe creates a file DWP40.bmp in the same directory as the DWP40.dat file. This bitmap file contains an image of the startup logo and is automatically created the first time you run DeScribe. Having the logo in a bitmap reduces the startup time the next time you run DeScribe.
 www.describe.com/wp/demo/descrb40.zip  local copy
Describe macro for creating FAX cover sheets (28/7/1992) Readme/What's new
! This DeScribe Macro was designed to work with a user defined layout to ! create either a FAX cover sheet, or a one page FAX. ! ! The macro utilizes three DeScribe Macro Language features: ! The capability of "nesting" other DeScribe macros. ! The "pop up input window". ! The 26 automatically declared variables. ! ! To successfully use this macro, you will need to do the following: ! - Create a layout for a FAX cover sheet. ! - Insert asterisks where you intend to make replacements. ! - Save your layout with the cursor in the position you wish the date to ! print. ! - Change the macro text to find your layout at the NewDocumentFile ! statement. ! - Change the macro to find the macro directory where the DATEFULL ! macro is located. ! - Compile the macro.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/descrfax.zip
Describe macro for printing envelopes v. 3.0 (18/7/1992, Herb Tyson) Readme/What's new
This is combined macro/layout set of tools for printing envelopes using the 32 bit version of Describe 3 under OS/2 2.0. It may work with other versions of Describe as well, but has not been tested. The following files are Describe documents and should be edited or viewed only with Describe. Additional information is contained in ENVELOPE.DOC: ENVELOPE.DOC Documentation file ENVELOPE.LAY Layout file used for printing envelopes ENVELOPE.MAC The main envelope macro If you want to distribute this macro solution to others, make certain that the preceding three files are included in whatever you send. Herb Tyson on Pete Norloff's OS/2 Shareware BBS on CompuServe, 72520,1054
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/dsb32env.zip
Describe 3 macro for printing envelopes v. 3.0 (25/1/1992, Herb Tyson) Readme/What's new
This is combined macro/layout set of tools for printing envelopes using Describe 3. It may work with other version of Describe as well, but has not been tested. The following files are Describe documents and should be edited or viewed only with Describe. Additional information is contained in ENVELOPE.DOC: ENVELOPE.DOC Documentation file ENVELOPE.LAY Layout file used for printing envelopes ENVELOPE.MAC The main envelope macro If you want to distribute this macro solution to others, make certain that the preceding three files are included in whatever you send. Herb Tyson on Pete Norloff's OS/2 Shareware BBS on CompuServe, 72520,1054
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/dscb_env.zip
DeScribe for OS/2 v. 3.0 (Beta, 26/7/1991) Readme/What's new
DeScribe can run on OS/2 and Windows systems: To install the OS/2 version run the OS2 program on DISK 1. From the File Manager: Double-click on the disk drive icon next to A: to get a list of the directories on that drive. Then double-click on the text "A:\" in the Directory Tree window to get a list of files. Double-click on OS2.EXE to run the installation program. From a full screen or windowed command prompt: Type "A:OS2" to run the installation program. To install the Windows version run the WIN program on DISK 1. Select File/Run... from the Program Manager, and type "A:WIN" in the dialog. Use the mouse to select an installation option from the menu. If you don't have a mouse, press and release the ALT key to switch to the action bar. Then type "O" to bring down the Options menu. Then type a mnemonic letter to select the installation option. Select "Install DeScribe" to install some or all of the DeScribe files. Select "Delete DeScribe" to delete some or all of the DeScribe files. Select "Exit Installation" to stop the installation program. When you select an installation option, the program asks you to choose an installation type. The three types are: stand alone, LAN server, and LAN workstation. Choose one and click OK. (The LAN server choice is not available on Windows systems.) Next, the program displays a dialog with check boxes for features to install. To enable or disable a feature, click on the name with the mouse. If you don't have a mouse, use the up/down arrow keys to highlight the feature and press the space bar. If you choose to install the text import/export libraries, the program displays a dialog which lists all the available formats. Select one or more formats from the list and click OK, or click All to install all of them. The program also prompts you for the destination directory (typically C:\DeScribe). You can change the directory if you wish. The program checks to see that you have sufficient space on the destination disk before proceeding with the installation. If there is not enough space, the program displays a dialog which tells you how much space you need and asks you if you want to proceed anyway. The program places the DeScribe.EXE file in the destination directory. It also creates several subdirectories. Data Directory for your documents DLL Assorted dynamic link libraries Docs Tutorial files Inset Files needed for graphics conversion library Layouts Directory for layout files LLS Files needed for spell check, thesaurus, etc. Macros Directory for macros Temp Directory for temporary files UsrDicts Directory for user dictionaries W4W Files needed for text conversion library DeScribe creates temporary disk files when it is running. By default, these files are placed in the Temp directory. You can have these files created in some other directory by adding the following line to your CONFIG.SYS file: SET TMP=... where "..." is replaced by the desired drive designation and path. For example, SET TMP=D:\JUNK would instruct DeScribe to create the temporary files on the D: drive in the directory JUNK. The DeScribe.EXE file, as well as the files in the DLL, LLS, Inset and W4W directories are read-only. They are not modified by DeScribe. The files in the Layouts, Data, Macros, Temp and UsrDicts directories may be modified by DeScribe as a result of user actions. DeScribe expects to find the DLL, LLS, Inset and W4W subdirectories in the same directory as the DeScribe.exe file. If you move the .EXE file, you should probably also move these other directories. The LLS files may be moved to another location if desired. In this case you should add a line to your CONFIG.SYS file like this: SET LLS=... where "..." is replaced by the drive designation and path where you placed the LLS directory. The program also creates a file DeScribe.dat and places in in the same directory as the other system .INI files. On OS/2 systems this is usually the C:\OS2 directory. On Windows systems this is usually the C:\Windows directory. The file contains preference and configuration information used by DeScribe. This file may be modified by DeScribe at any time. After the installation of the program has completed, you will find a document in the Data directory called "Sample". You may want to print this document to test the capabilities of your printer.
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