WordPerfect for OS/2

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5.2
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Mercoledì, 18 Gennaio, 1995

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WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 6.1 (Canadian English- OS/2 Integration Tools- WPWin 6.0a/6.1, 31/7/1995, Novell) Readme/What's new
NOVELL TECHNICAL INFORMATION DOCUMENT TITLE: CE- OS/2 Integration Tools- WPWin 6.0a/6.1 README FOR: OS2CE.EXE NOVELL PRODUCTS and VERSIONS: WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows WordPerfect 6.0a for Windows ABSTRACT: Canadian English (CE) OS/2 WPS Integration Tools for WordPerfect 6.0a/6.1 for Windows. ----------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER THE ORIGIN OF THIS INFORMATION MAY BE INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL TO NOVELL. NOVELL MAKES EVERY EFFORT WITHIN ITS MEANS TO VERIFY THIS INFORMATION. HOWEVER, THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY. NOVELL MAKES NO EXPLICIT OR IMPLIED CLAIMS TO THE VALIDITY OF THIS INFORMATION. ----------------------------------------------------------------- ISSUE: Canadian English (CE) OS/2 WPS Integration Tools for WordPerfect 6.0a/6.1 for Windows. Self-Extracting File Name: os2ce.exe Files Included Size Date Time ..\ OS2CE.TXT (This file) ADDUTIL.EXE 15934 11-4-94 6:10:06 am ADDUTIL.HLP 3998 11-4-94 6:10:06 am DDEML32._LL 42148 11-4-94 6:10:06 am OS2SHCWP._LL 277710 11-4-94 6:10:06 am OTHERDOC._LL 45640 11-4-94 6:10:08 am QLWIN._XE 13504 11-4-94 6:10:08 am README.LCN 5835 11-4-94 6:10:08 am README.OS2 14197 11-4-94 6:10:08 am SETUPOS2.EXE 187443 11-4-94 6:10:08 am SETUPOS2.HLP 7163 11-4-94 6:10:08 am WPCWPS.DLL 19712 11-4-94 6:10:08 am WPCWPS.HLP 50947 11-4-94 6:10:08 am WPWPS._LP 39678 11-4-94 6:10:08 am Installation Instructions: This document was auto-generated for a file without installation instructions. See the issue section for an explanation of any special installation instructions. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Any trademarks referenced in this document are the property of their respective owners. Consult your product manuals for complete trademark information. ----------------------------------------------------------------- README.OS2 This README file contains installation and configuration information for the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. This README file also contains information that was not available when the online documentation for the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk was prepared. For information about the features provided by the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk, see SETUPOS2.HLP located on that disk. The following additional README files are included on the shipping disks for WordPerfect for Windows 6.x: README.NET Additional information about running WordPerfect 6.x for Windows on a network README.SHP Additional information about WordPerfect Shared Applications for Windows README.LCN Licensing information If you need assistance beyond what the WordPerfect README files and manuals can provide, call Customer Support at the following numbers: (800) 321-1230 (801) 225-4900 Included in this README file is the following information: 1 What's New With This Release 2 General Installation Notes 3 Normal Installation Procedure 4 Installing to a Network Server 5 Installing to a Workstation 6 Some Desktop Objects Do Not Get Installed 7 Choice of Disk Format--Use the FAT File System 8 Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT 9 Program Settings Screen 10 Launching OS/2 Objects/Programs from WordPerfect 6.x for Windows 11 Miscellaneous Information What's New With This Release The following features are new with this release of the OS/2 Integration Tools Disk. - Uninstall Support - Ability to install directly over WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 - Ability to install server and workstation support at once - Faster installation - Better desktop icons - Support for WordPerfect 6.0a and 6.1 for Windows - Automatic addition of SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY to CONFIG.SYS - Ability to use SETUPOS2.EXE in batch mode General Installation Notes The OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk is designed as a supplement to selected PerfectOffice applications. These applications must be installed before installing the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. While running the application setup program, no other application that uses WordPerfect shared code can be running. This includes the QuickLaunch utility provided with the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. NOTE: WordPerfect 5.x and 6.x for Windows are the only applications supported by the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. Normal Installation Procedure If you are doing a Standard, Custom, or Minimum installation of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows, follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to your system. 1. Insert the WordPerfect 6.x for Windows Install 1 disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUP.EXE icon, then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install WordPerfect 6.x for Windows on your system. 2. Insert the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUPOS2.EXE icon, then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools onto your system. 3. Close the Drive A folder, shut down, and re-boot. NOTE: You may experience a small delay as your system boots up for the first time after installation because some parts of the install process are performed after you reboot. Installing to a Network Server Follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to the network server. 1. Install WordPerfect 6.x for Windows onto the network server. 2. Run WordPerfect 6.x for Windows from the WPCNET settings icon in Program Manager. 3. Do a Workstation install of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows. 4. Run SETUPOS2.EXE. It will list both the server and workstation installations as candidates for install. If both are checked, both installations will be done at the same time. Installing to a Workstation Follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to your workstation. 1. Make sure that the network administrator has already installed both WordPerfect 6.x for Windows and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to the network server using the instructions above. Failure to do so will result in a "Could not find OS2SHCWP._LL" message. 2. Start a full screen, 3.1 Enhanced Win-OS/2 session (see "Program Settings Screen" below). 3. Select Run from the Program Manager file menu, enter "<WPWin Directory>\setup", where <WPWin Directory> is the directory where WordPerfect 6.x is installed on the server (usually \WPWIN60), then follow the on-screen instructions. This will create a workstation installation of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows and allow you to run WordPerfect from the network server. 4. Close the Win-OS/2 session and go to an OS/2 Window session. Go to the shared code directory on the network server (usually \WPC20) and run SETUPOS2.EXE. Follow the on-screen instructions. This will create a workstation installation of the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools on your machine. 5. Shut down and reboot. NOTE: When you reboot for the first time, you will be asked to log in to the network so that the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools installation can be completed. Once you log in, choose OK to complete the installation. Some Desktop Objects Do Not Get Installed If some desktop objects were not installed, use the SETUPOS2.EXE program with the /fixwps option or you can check the "destroy existing objects..." option in the Options Dialog in SETUPOS2.EXE. To use the /fixwps option, 1. Open an OS/2 window, then go to the shared code directory (usually \WPC20). 2. Type "setupos2 /fixwps". To use the Destroy existing objects option, 1. Insert the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUPOS2.EXE icon, then choose Install. 2. Choose Options, Select Destroy existing objects, the choose OK. This will destroy and recreate all objects from scratch and will remove any objects that no longer exist on the hard disk. This option works around a known OS/2 problem and has been reported to IBM. Choice of Disk Format--Use the FAT File System When running any Windows application in Win-OS/2 mode under OS/2 version 2.x, it is important to choose a disk format that will enable that application to run to the best of its ability. With the FAT file system, all filenames and directory names have a maximum length of eight characters with a three-character extension (for example, FILENAME.EXT). With the HPFS file system, any filename or directory name can be as long as 254 characters with more than three characters in its extension. Any Windows or DOS application you run under OS/2 version 2.x will only be able to use files with standard DOS filenames (eight characters with a maximum three-character extension). Any files with HPFS long names will be hidden from your Windows and DOS applications, including all files with a long subdirectory name. For this reason, WordPerfect, the Novell Applications Group, recommends installing OS/2 to a drive with the FAT file system. See "Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT" below for more information. Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT You can move your OS/2 desktop from one disk partition to another without having to re-install the operating system. 1. Make sure you are using OS/2 version 2.1 or later. 2. Double-click the OS/2 System folder, then double-click the Drives folder. 3. Double-click the disk object where you installed OS/2 (C: by default). 4. Look for your desktop directory in the tree hierarchy for that disk. It should be called Desktop or OS!2 2.0 Desktop and have an office desk icon. 5. Once you find the desktop object, drag it to a FAT disk partition. 6. While your desktop is moving, do not reboot or open other objects. Once the move is complete, wait a few seconds while OS/2 writes all desktop link information back to your hard disk. Program Settings Screen Running WordPerfect 6.x for Windows under OS/2 2.1 requires some configuration of the WordPerfect Program object's Settings notebook. When you use SETUPOS2.EXE to install the WordPerfect Program folder, these settings are changed automatically. To change them manually, go to the "Win-OS/2 Settings" dialog on the "Session" page of the program reference object. The following table shows the settings changed by SETUPOS2.EXE: Setting Name Default Setting Suggested Setting WIN_RUN_MODE 3.1 Standard 3.1 Enhanced Compat. DOS_FILES 20 100 DOS_HIGH Off On DPMI_DOS_API AUTO ENABLED DPMI_MEMORY_LIMIT 64 128 IDLE_SECONDS 0 5 IDLE_SENSITIVITY 75 95 KBD_ALTHOME_BYPASS On On VIDEO_8514A_XGA_IOTRAP Off Off VIDEO_SWITCH_NOTIFICATION On On XMS_MEMORY_LIMIT 2048 6144+ In addition to the above changes, the WIN_DDE and WIN_CLIPBOARD settings must be "On" (the default setting). If you have modified these defaults on either the 3.1 Session or Data Exchange pages of the "Win-OS/2 Setup" object, you will get the error message "WPWin cannot communicate with the WorkPlace Shell." Launching OS/2 Objects/Programs from WordPerfect 6.x for Windows Launching OS/2 applications using WordPerfect 6.x for Windows requires using the DDE services available in the WordPerfect macro language. Since macros you write can be placed on the Tool Bar, on the menu, or as a keyboard hot-key, WordPerfect can be seamlessly integrated with any OS/2 application. In order to communicate with OS/2 applications, a WordPerfect macro may use the various built-in DDE commands such as DDEEXECUTE. This communication channel can be used to pass any type of request to a DDE server application running under OS/2. It is possible to run an application that is not a Windows application from within a WordPerfect macro by using the WordPerfect-provided DDE server that runs inside the OS/2 Workplace Shell. The relevant DDE conversation service name is "<MonitorServiceName>" and the topic is called "<MonitorTopic>." The sample macro below opens three objects by merely talking to this OS/2 DDE service that WPWin6x provides for you: -- The OS/2 Workplace Shell Color Palette -- A REXX command file called "C:\REXX.CMD" -- The PM Diary Calculator program // This command string requests that the Color Palette object // should be opened. The string "<WP_CLRPAL>" is the ObjectID // of the color palette object, as listed in the C:\OS2\INI.RC // file used to build the default Workplace Shell desktop when // you install OS/2. Command1:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*<WP_CLRPAL>" // This command string requests that the file C:\REXX.CMD be // executed in an OS/2 Windows session. Command2:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\REXX.CMD" // This command string requests that the PM Diary application // be executed. Command3:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\OS2\APPS\PMDCALC.EXE" // Initiate a DDE conversation with the WordPerfect services // that run within the OS/2 Workplace Shell. DDEINITIATE(hConv;"<MonitorServiceName>";"<MonitorTopic>") // Pass our DDE requests through. DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command1;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command2;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command3;1000;) // Terminate the conversation. DDETERMINATE(hConv) Miscellaneous Information Printing from the Network If you are having difficulty printing from an LPTx: printer port when using a network printer, try using the corresponding LPTx.OS2 printer port. To use an LPTx.OS2 printer port with a WordPerfect printer driver, you must print to a file using the filename LPTx.OS2. SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY This line is automatically added to your CONFIG.SYS file when SETUPOS2.EXE is run. It prevents OS/2 from restarting all of the applications that were running the last time you shut down. The only applications that will be started are the ones in your Startup folder. Adding this line to your CONFIG.SYS insures that QuickLaunch will start the common Win-OS/2 seamless session with the Win-OS/2 settings recommended for WordPerfect 6.x for Windows. NOTE: To prevent the program from adding this line to your CONFIG.SYS, use the /norestartobjects command line switch or uncheck the Add SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY option in the Options dialog. Backup .INI Files SETUPOS2.EXE creates backup copies of your CONFIG.SYS,OS2.INI, and OS2SYS.INI files before modifying them. The backup copies are located in the same directories as the original files and have the extension .Wxx, where xx is a number from 01 to 99. The first time you run SETUPOS2, the extension will be .W01, the second time it will be .W02, and so on. NOTE: To prevent the program from creating the backup files, use the /nobackup command line switch or uncheck the Make backup option in the Options dialog.
 ftp.corel.com/pub/WordPerfect/wpwin/61/os2ce.exe  local copy
WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 5.1 (Common Questions & Answers re: WPwin under OS/2, 25/7/1995, Novell) Readme/What's new
NOVELL TECHNICAL INFORMATION DOCUMENT TITLE: Common Questions & Answers re: WPwin under OS/2 README FOR: Q&AOS2.EXE NOVELL PRODUCTS and VERSIONS: WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows ABSTRACT: Common questions and answers regarding WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows running under OS/2 version 2.0. ----------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER THE ORIGIN OF THIS INFORMATION MAY BE INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL TO NOVELL. NOVELL MAKES EVERY EFFORT WITHIN ITS MEANS TO VERIFY THIS INFORMATION. HOWEVER, THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY. NOVELL MAKES NO EXPLICIT OR IMPLIED CLAIMS TO THE VALIDITY OF THIS INFORMATION. ----------------------------------------------------------------- ISSUE: Common questions and answers regarding WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows running under OS/2 version 2.0. Self-Extracting File Name: q&aos2.exe Files Included Size Date Time ..\ Q&AOS2.TXT (This file) Q&AOS2.TXT 8916 7-11-92 2:21:10 pm Installation Instructions: This document was auto-generated for a file without installation instructions. See the issue section for an explanation of any special installation instructions. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Any trademarks referenced in this document are the property of their respective owners. Consult your product manuals for complete trademark information. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Questions and Answers About Running WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows under OS/2 2.0 May 1992 Question: What should be done if the message "Error DDEML.DLL Not Found. Insert In Drive A: And Press Any Key" appears when a user tried to start WordPerfect for Windows under OS/2 2.0? Answer: WPWin installs this file into the C:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\SYSTEM directory. The file was not in this directory. The user can correct the error by running the WPWin install from a DOS full screen. Select a Custom installation and answer Yes to "Install Shared Product Files." The DOS full screen prompt is found by selecting OS/2 System, then Command Prompts. One user received this message because the OS/2 files were located on the C: drive and WPWin was installed to the D: drive. Copying the DDEML.DLL file to the C: drive corrected the error. Another user not running under OS/2 corrected this error by copying the DDEML.DLL shared code file into the WPWIN directory or any other directory in the path. Question: What directory should the DDEML.DLL file be stored? Answer: If you install WordPerfect for Windows to a different drive from the drive containing Windows, the DDEML.DLL file will be placed in a \WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory on the same drive as where WPWin was installed. For example, if you have Windows on the C: drive, but are installing WPWin to a D: drive, the D:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory will be created. Since the DDEML.DLL needs to be in the same directory as Windows, you will need to copy the DDEML.DLL file from D:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM to C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM. You can then delete the DDEML.DLL file and the \WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory from the D: drive. Question: What should be done if under the OS/2 2.0 Windows portion, the screen fonts for the 8514 monitor do not show up in WordPerfect for Windows? Answer: The customer can use four Windows 3.0 for DOS font files to replace the font files OS/2 is using for the 8514 monitor. They are COUREF.FON, HELVF.FON, SYMBOLF.FON, and TMSRF.FON. These files can be found in the WINDOWS\SYSTEM directory and should be copied to the WINOS2\SYSTEM directory. Question: A user has the initial 11/4/91 release of WPWin and wants to make it work through OS/2 2.0. How can this be done? Answer: The interim release of WPWin (04/30/92) corrects the problem of users not being able to execute WPWin under OS/2 2.0. In the mean time you can use the FIXWP.EXE and UNFIXWP.EXE files to run the 11/04/91 release of WordPerfect for Windows on OS/2 2.0. These files are located in the C:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\SYSTEM\ subdirectory in the 6.177 revision of OS/2 2.0 and in the C:\OS2\MDOS\WINOS2\ subdirectory in the 6.304 revision. This fix from IBM modifies the WPWINFIL.EXE file. To use the fix type FIXWP <path>\WPWINFIL.EXE at the SYSTEM subdirectory. After FIXWP.EXE is executed you will get a message telling you that WPWin will no longer run under DOS and to use UNFIXWP.EXE in order to execute WPWin under DOS. When the process is finished, a message will appear notifying the user that WPWin will no longer run under DOS unless they reverse the process by using UNFIXWP.EXE. However, one user was able to run WPWin under DOS without using UNFIX.EXE. This information can also be found in the readme file from OS2. Note: Users who encounter this problem should be sent the interim release dated 04/30/92. Question: Will WordPerfect for Windows run on any 1.x version of OS/2? Answer: No. WordPerfect for Windows will run on OS/2 2.0 in the release of WPWin after 11/04/91. Question: Can the customers in Canada who are still using the beta version of OS/2 2.0 be able to use the FIXWP command to run WordPerfect for Windows? Answer: No. They will need to use the interim of WPWin after 11/4/91 or get the shipping version of OS/2 2.0. Question: A user running OS/2 2.0 on a Novell network was unable to print from WordPerfect for Windows with WP printer drivers (11/04/91 program and 04/15/92 printer drivers). The user could print a file to disk and copy the print-to-disk file at DOS to the redirected port. How can the user print directly from WordPerfect for Windows? Answer: The user can correct the problem by changing the printer port in WordPerfect to C:\OS2\SPOOL\LPTx.OS2. With this method, the print job is spooled to the directory then sent to the printer. Users must log on to the network with the Netware drivers first. Question: The error "Sharing Violation" appeared when a user running under OS/2 2.0 tried to enter WordPerfect for Windows (11/04/91) using WPWIN.EXE instead of FIXWP.EXE. Now when the user reboots OS/2 2.0, the computer tries to load WPWin again and gives a sharing violation. What can the user do to correct this problem? Answer: This is working as designed. OS/2 2.0 will try to activate the program that had the sharing violation when it is rebooted. To fix this, you will need to press Ctrl-Esc once it tries to start WPWin. This will take you to the Windows (task) list. You then need to open a DOS BOX and run the FIXWP.EXE <path>\WPWINFIL.EXE to get into WPWin correctly. You can then make the change to the WPWin execution so that it will load with FIXWP.EXE instead of WPWIN.EXE. Question: Do you need Microsoft Windows to run Windows programs (i.e., WordPerfect for Windows) in OS/2 2.0? Answer: No. OS/2 2.0 can run Windows applications without having Microsoft Windows installed. Question: Does WordPerfect for Windows support DDE links between OS/2 products and WPWin when WPWin is run in the OS2/WIN full screen of OS/2 version 2.0? Answer: DDE text links only are supported currently. DDE Graphics links are not currently supported. The reason is that the link is using the Clipboard as an intermediary buffer. Question: How can a user of OS/2 2.0 and WPWin set up WP Icons on the OS/2 Desktop? Answer: The 11/04/91 release of WordPerfect 5.1 for Windows does not set up the WordPerfect icons on the OS/2 Desktop after it has been installed on OS/2 2.0. The steps below will allow users to set up the WordPerfect icons on the OS/2 Desktop: 1. Double-click on the OS/2 System folder. 2. Double-click on the System Setup folder . 3. Double-click on Migrate Applications. The "Find Programs" window should appear. 4. Remove the highlight by clicking once on the drives you do not want to search. 5. Make sure there is a check mark next to "Windows Programs." To find programs faster and for easy identification remove the check marks left of the OS/2 and DOS application boxes. 6. Click on Find to display the Migrate Programs window with a message "Searching For Programs Please Wait..." After a few minutes WordPerfect for Windows should be listed under applications. 7. Remove the highlighting from the applications you do not want to migrate. 8. Select Migrate! A folder, Additional Windows Programs, is created on the Desktop with the WordPerfect Icon. Question: A user running WordPerfect for Windows under OS/2 2.0 on an OS2 Lan Server network would receive the error message "Unable To Print" and could not print with a WP printer driver. How can this problem be resolved? Answer: The user can correct the problem by making sure the network was loaded in OS/2 Setup and by selecting LPT1.OS2 as the port. Question: A customer was getting the error message "Cannot Find WPCSHAR1.DLL. How can this be resolved? Answer: The following items are several things that should be checked: 1. The *.DLL files are found in WPC subdirectory. 2. The WPWIN.EXE and WPWINFIL.EXE are found in the WPWIN subdirectory. 3. Check for the WP{WP}.ENV file in the WPWIN directory and make sure that it contains the /WPC pointing to the shared directory and the /NI, /PS, and /NT switches. 4. Check the order of entries in the CONFIG.SYS file. Any extended memory manager (e.g., QEMM, HIMEM, etc.) should be on the first line before everything else. 5. Check the date on the disks. One user received this error when trying to install the 09/25/91 beta release of WPWin. Possible work arounds would be as follows: 1. Make sure that the path in the autoexec.bat file includes the WPWIN and WPC directories. 2. Try copying the *.DLL files into the WPWIN directory. 3. Try reinstalling after deleting all WPWIN files, including the *.INI files that are loaded right into the Windows subdirectory. 4. Make sure the user has not changed the properties for the WPWin icon (File|Properties) from WPWIN.EXE to another filename such as WPWINFIL.EXE.
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WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 6.1 (French National OS2 Integration tools, WPWIN, 30/6/1995, Novell) Readme/What's new
README.OS2 Ce fichier README contient des informations d'installation et de configuration relatives aux outils d'intégration OS/2. Ce fichier contient également des informations qui n'étaient pas disponibles à la création de la documentation en ligne figurant sur la disquette des outils d'intégration. Pour de plus amples informations sur les fonctions des outils d'intégration OS/2, voir le fichier SETUPOS2.HLP qui figure sur la disquette. Les fichiers README suivants sont inclus sur les disquettes de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows : README.NET Informations complémentaires sur le fonctionnement de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur un réseau README.SHP Informations complémentaires sur les applications partagées de WordPerfect pour Windows README.LCN Informations concernant les licences Si vous ne trouvez pas les informations dont vous avez besoin dans les fichiers README de WordPerfect ou dans les manuels, n'hésitez pas à contacter le service d'assistance technique dont vous dépendez ou appelez l'un des numéros suivants : (800) 321-1230 (801) 225-4900 Dans ce fichier README vous trouverez les informations suivantes : 1 Nouveautés 2 Remarques d'ordre général concernant l'installation 3 Procédure d'installation 4 Installation sur un serveur de réseau 5 Installation sur un poste de travail 6 Echec de l'installation de certains objets du bureau 7 Choix du format de disque ; Utilisation du système de fichiers FAT 8 Déplacement du bureau électronique de HPFS à FAT 9 Ecran des paramètres du programme 10 Lancement d'objets/de programmes OS/2 à partir de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows 11 Divers Nouveautés Cette version des outils d'intégration OS/2 comprend les nouveautés suivantes. - Support de la désinstallation - Installation possible sur WordPerfect 5.2 pour OS/2 - Installation simultanée sur un serveur et sur un poste de travail - Installation accélérée - Icônes du bureau améliorées - Support de WordPerfect 6.0a et de 6.1 pour Windows - Ajout automatique de SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY au fichier CONFIG.SYS - Possibilité d'utilisation de SETUPOS2.EXE en mode séquentiel Remarques d'ordre général concernant l'installation Les outils d'intégration OS/2 sont conçus pour servir de supplément à certaines applications PerfectOffice. Ces applications doivent être installées avant les outils d'intégration OS/2. Avant de lancer le programme de configuration des applications, assurez-vous qu'aucune application utilisant le code partagé de WordPerfect n'est en cours d'exécution. Assurez-vous notamment que l'utilitaire de lancement rapide (QuickLaunch) fourni avec les outils d'intégration OS/2 n'a pas été lancé. REMARQUE : WordPerfect 5.x et 6.x pour Windows sont les seules applications gérées par les outils d'intégration OS/2. Procédure d'installation Lors d'une installation Standard, Personnalisée, ou Minimum de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows, suivez les instructions ci-dessous pour installer WordPerfect et les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur votre système. 1. Insérez la première disquette d'installation de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows (Install 1) dans l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône SETUP.EXE, puis suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows est installé sur votre système. 2. Insérez dans l'unité A la disquette des outils d'intégration OS/2, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône de l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône SETUPOS2.EXE, puis suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. Les outils d'intégration OS/2 sont installés sur votre système. 3. Fermez le dossier correspondant à l'unité A, mettez votre ordinateur hors tension, puis relancez-le. REMARQUE : vous remarquerez peut-être un délai de courte durée lors de la première réinitialisation du système suivant l'installation. En effet, certaines étapes de la procédure d'installation sont lancées après la reconnexion. Installation à partir d'un serveur de réseau Pour installer WordPerfect et les outils d'intégration OS/2 à partir d'un serveur de réseau, 1. Installez WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur le serveur. 2. Lancez WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows à partir de l'icône WPCNET settings du Gestionnaire de programmes. 3. Procédez à l'installation de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur poste de travail. 4. Lancez SETUPOS2.EXE. Deux options d'installation vous sont proposées : serveur et poste de travail. Pour procéder à une installation simultanée sur serveur et sur poste de travail, cochez les deux options. Installation sur un poste de travail Pour installer WordPerfect et les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur votre poste de travail, 1. Assurez-vous que l'administrateur du réseau a installé WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows et les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur le serveur du réseau en suivant les instructions ci-dessus. Faute de quoi, le message "Could not find OS2SHCWP._LL" s'affiche. 2. Lancez une session plein écran, 3.1 Win-OS/2 Etendu (voir ci-dessous "Ecran des paramètres du programme"). 3. Sélectionnez Exécuter dans le menu Fichier du Gestionnaire de programmes, entrez "<WPWin Directory>\setup", où <WPWin Directory> est le répertoire de WordPerfect 6.x sur le serveur (généralement \WPWIN60), puis suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. Cette procédure installe WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur votre poste de travail et vous permet d'exécuter WordPerfect à partir du serveur du réseau. 4. Fermez la session Win-OS/2 et lancez une session OS/2 Window. Allez au répertoire du code partagé sur le serveur de réseau (généralement \WPC20) et exécutez SETUPOS2.EXE. Suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. Cette procédure installe les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur votre machine. 5. Réinitialisez l'ordinateur. REMARQUE : lorsque vous établissez la connexion, un message vous invite à vous connecter au réseau afin de compléter l'installation des outils d'intégration OS/2. Une fois la connexion établie, choisissez OK pour terminer l'installation. Echec de l'installation de certains objets du bureau Si certains objets du bureau n'ont pas été installés, installez-les à l'aide du programme SETUPOS2.EXE et de l'option /fixwps ou sélectionnez l'option "destroy existing objects..." dans la boîte de dialogue Options du programme SETUPOS2.EXE. Pour utiliser l'option /fixwps, 1. Ouvrez une fenêtre OS/2, puis allez au répertoire du code partagé (généralement \WPC20). 2. Tapez "setupos2 /fixwps". Pour utiliser l'option Destroy existing objects, 1. Insérez la disquette des outils d'intégration OS/2 dans l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône de l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône SETUPOS2.EXE, puis choisissez Installer. 2. Choisissez Options, sélectionnez Destroy existing objects, puis choisissez OK. Cette procédure supprime et recrée tous les objets et élimine tous les objets qui n'existent plus sur le disque dur. Cette option, qui permet de résoudre un problème OS/2 documenté, a été communiquée à IBM. Choix du format de disque--Utiliser le système de fichiers FAT Lors de l'exécution d'une application Windows en mode Win-OS/2 sous la version 2.x de OS/2, veillez à choisir un format de disque qui optimise le fonctionnement de cette application. Le système de gestion de fichiers FAT supporte les noms de fichiers et de répertoire de huit caractères maximum suivis d'une extension de trois caractères (par exemple, MARKTING.EXT). En revanche, sous le système de gestion HPFS, les noms de fichier et de répertoire peuvent comprendre jusqu'à 254 caractères suivis d'une extension de plus de trois caractères. Toute application Windows ou DOS exécutée sous la version 2.x de OS/2 peut utiliser uniquement les fichiers dotés de noms de fichiers DOS standard (8 caractères suivis d'une extension de 3 caractères maximum). Les fichiers dotés de longs noms HPFS sont masqués pour les applications Windows et DOS, notamment tous les fichiers auxquels un long nom de sous-répertoire est associé. Pour cette raison, WordPerfect, Division Applications de Novell, vous recommande d'installer OS/2 sur une unité gérant le système de fichiers FAT. Pour de plus amples informations, voir ci-dessous "Déplacement du bureau électronique de HPFS à FAT". Déplacement du bureau électronique de HPFS à FAT Vous pouvez déplacer le bureau OS/2 d'une partition de disque à une autre sans réinstaller le système d'exploitation. 1. Assurez-vous que vous disposez de la version 2.1 de OS/2 ou d'une version ultérieure. 2. Cliquez deux fois sur le dossier système OS/2, puis cliquez deux fois sur le dossier Unités. 3. Cliquez deux fois sur l'objet du disque où vous avez installé OS/2 (par défaut C:). 4. Vérifiez le répertoire du bureau dans l'arborescence du disque. Le nom devrait être Desktop ou Bureau OS!2 2.0 et une icône de bureau devrait être affichée. 5. Une fois l'objet du bureau localisé, faites-le glisser vers une partition de disque FAT. 6. Veillez à ne pas réétablir de connexion ou ouvrir d'autres objets lors du déplacement du bureau. Lorsque le déplacement est terminé, veuillez patienter quelques secondes pendant que OS/2 réécrit sur votre disque dur toutes les informations de liaison du bureau. Ecran des paramètres du programme L'exécution de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sous OS/2 2.1 requiert la configuration préalable des paramètres d'objet du programme WordPerfect. Ces paramètres sont automatiquement modifiés lorsque vous installez le dossier du programme WordPerfect à l'aide de SETUPOS2.EXE. Pour modifier ces paramètres manuellement, allez à la boîte de dialogue "Paramètres Win-OS/2" à la page "Session" de l'objet référence du programme. Le tableau ci-dessous indique les paramètres modifiés par SETUPOS2.EXE : Nom du paramètre Par défaut Suggéré WIN_RUN_MODE 3.1 Standard 3.1 Enhanced Compat. DOS_FILES 20 100 DOS_HIGH Off On DPMI_DOS_API AUTO ENABLED DPMI_MEMORY_LIMIT 64 128 IDLE_SECONDS 0 5 IDLE_SENSITIVITY 75 95 KBD_ALTHOME_BYPASS On On VIDEO_8514A_XGA_IOTRAP Off Off VIDEO_SWITCH_NOTIFICATION On On XMS_MEMORY_LIMIT 2048 6144+ Par ailleurs, les paramètres WIN_DDE et WIN_CLIPBOARD doivent être activés (paramètre par défaut étant "On"). Si vous avez modifié ces paramètres par défaut sur les pages Session 3.1 ou Echange de données de l'objet "Configuration de Win-OS/2", un message d'erreur indique que WPWin ne peut pas communiquer avec le Shell du bureau électronique "WPWin cannot communicate with the WorkPlace Shell." Lancement des Objets/Programmes OS/2 à partir de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows Le lancement des applications OS/2 à l'aide de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows requiert l'utilisation des services DDE disponibles dans le langage macro de WordPerfect. Les macros que vous écrivez pouvant être placées sur la barre d'outils, dans le menu, ou utilisées sous forme de raccourci-clavier, WordPerfect peut être intégré de façon transparente à toutes les applications OS/2. Pour communiquer avec les applications OS/2, une macro WordPerfect peut utiliser les diverses commandes DDE intégrées telles que DDEEXECUTE. Cette voie de communication peut être utilisée pour transmettre n'importe quel type de requête à une application de serveur DDE tournant sous OS/2. Vous pouvez lancer une application non Windows à l'aide d'une macro WordPerfect, en utilisant le serveur DDE fourni par WordPerfect et fonctionnant à partir du Shell du bureau électronique de OS/2. Le nom du service de dialogue DDE est "<MonitorServiceName>" et celui de la rubrique "<MonitorTopic>." La macro exemple ci-dessous ouvre trois objets simplement en communiquant avec le service DDE OS/2 fourni par WPWin6x : -- La palette de couleurs du Shell du Bureau électronique de OS/2 -- Un fichier de commandes REXX appelé "C:\REXX.CMD" -- Le programme PM Diary Calculator // This command string requests that the Color Palette object // should be opened. The string "<WP_CLRPAL>" is the ObjectID // of the color palette object, as listed in the C:\OS2\INI.RC // file used to build the default Workplace Shell desktop when // you install OS/2. Command1:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*<WP_CLRPAL>" // This command string requests that the file C:\REXX.CMD be // executed in an OS/2 Windows session. Command2:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\REXX.CMD" // This command string requests that the PM Diary application // be executed. Command3:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\OS2\APPS\PMDCALC.EXE" // Initiate a DDE conversation with the WordPerfect services // that run within the OS/2 Workplace Shell. DDEINITIATE(hConv;"<MonitorServiceName>";"<MonitorTopic>") // Pass our DDE requests through. DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command1;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command2;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command3;1000;) // Terminate the conversation. DDETERMINATE(hConv) Divers Impression à partir du réseau Si vous éprouvez des difficultés lors de l'impression sur une imprimante de réseau à partir d'un port LPTx:, utilisez le port d'imprimante LPTx.OS2 correspondant. Pour utiliser un port d'imprimante LPTx.OS2 avec un pilote d'imprimante WordPerfect, vous devez imprimer vers un fichier utilisant le nom de fichier LPTx.OS2. SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY Cette ligne est automatiquement ajoutée à votre fichier CONFIG.SYS lors de l'exécution de SETUPOS2.EXE. Elle empêche OS/2 de relancer toutes les applications qui étaient en cours d'exécution à la dernière mise hors tension. Seules sont lancées les applications figurant dans votre dossier Démarrage. Ajoutez cette ligne à votre fichier CONFIG.SYS pour que l'utilitaire de lancement rapide (QuickLaunch) lance les sessions Win-OS/2 ordinaires de façon transparente en utilisant les paramètres Win-OS/2 recommandés pour WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows. REMARQUE : pour éviter l'ajout par le programme de cette ligne au fichier CONFIG.SYS, utilisez la commande /norestartobjects ou désélectionnez l'option Add SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY dans la boîte de dialogue Options. Sauvegarde des fichiers .INI SETUPOS2.EXE crée des copies de sauvegarde des fichiers CONFIG.SYS,OS2.INI et OS2SYS.INI avant de les modifier. Les copies de sauvegarde sont placées dans les répertoires des fichiers d'origine et sont dotées de l'extension .Wxx, où xx est un nombre compris entre 01 et 99. La première fois que vous exécutez SETUPOS2, l'extension est .W01, la seconde .W02, etc. REMARQUE : pour empêcher le programme de créer des fichiers de sauvegarde, utilisez la commande /nobackup ou désélectionnez l'option Make backup dans la boîte de dialogue Options.
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WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 6.1 (Canadian French OS/2 Integration tools, WPWIN, 30/6/1995, Novell) Readme/What's new
README.OS2 Ce fichier README contient des informations d'installation et de configuration relatives aux outils d'intégration OS/2. Ce fichier contient également des informations qui n'étaient pas disponibles à la création de la documentation en ligne figurant sur la disquette des outils d'intégration. Pour de plus amples informations sur les fonctions des outils d'intégration OS/2, voir le fichier SETUPOS2.HLP qui figure sur la disquette. Les fichiers README suivants sont inclus sur les disquettes de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows : README.NET Informations complémentaires sur le fonctionnement de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur un réseau README.SHP Informations complémentaires sur les applications partagées de WordPerfect pour Windows README.LCN Informations concernant les licences Si vous ne trouvez pas les informations dont vous avez besoin dans les fichiers README de WordPerfect ou dans les manuels, n'hésitez pas à contacter le service d'assistance technique dont vous dépendez ou appelez l'un des numéros suivants : (800) 321-1230 (801) 225-4900 Dans ce fichier README vous trouverez les informations suivantes : 1 Nouveautés 2 Remarques d'ordre général concernant l'installation 3 Procédure d'installation 4 Installation sur un serveur de réseau 5 Installation sur un poste de travail 6 Echec de l'installation de certains objets du bureau 7 Choix du format de disque ; Utilisation du système de fichiers FAT 8 Déplacement du bureau électronique de HPFS à FAT 9 Ecran des paramètres du programme 10 Lancement d'objets/de programmes OS/2 à partir de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows 11 Divers Nouveautés Cette version des outils d'intégration OS/2 comprend les nouveautés suivantes. - Support de la désinstallation - Installation possible sur WordPerfect 5.2 pour OS/2 - Installation simultanée sur un serveur et sur un poste de travail - Installation accélérée - Icônes du bureau améliorées - Support de WordPerfect 6.0a et de 6.1 pour Windows - Ajout automatique de SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY au fichier CONFIG.SYS - Possibilité d'utilisation de SETUPOS2.EXE en mode séquentiel Remarques d'ordre général concernant l'installation Les outils d'intégration OS/2 sont conçus pour servir de supplément à certaines applications PerfectOffice. Ces applications doivent être installées avant les outils d'intégration OS/2. Avant de lancer le programme de configuration des applications, assurez-vous qu'aucune application utilisant le code partagé de WordPerfect n'est en cours d'exécution. Assurez-vous notamment que l'utilitaire de lancement rapide (QuickLaunch) fourni avec les outils d'intégration OS/2 n'a pas été lancé. REMARQUE : WordPerfect 5.x et 6.x pour Windows sont les seules applications gérées par les outils d'intégration OS/2. Procédure d'installation Lors d'une installation Standard, Personnalisée, ou Minimum de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows, suivez les instructions ci-dessous pour installer WordPerfect et les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur votre système. 1. Insérez la première disquette d'installation de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows (Install 1) dans l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône SETUP.EXE, puis suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows est installé sur votre système. 2. Insérez dans l'unité A la disquette des outils d'intégration OS/2, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône de l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône SETUPOS2.EXE, puis suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. Les outils d'intégration OS/2 sont installés sur votre système. 3. Fermez le dossier correspondant à l'unité A, mettez votre ordinateur hors tension, puis relancez-le. REMARQUE : vous remarquerez peut-être un délai de courte durée lors de la première réinitialisation du système suivant l'installation. En effet, certaines étapes de la procédure d'installation sont lancées après la reconnexion. Installation à partir d'un serveur de réseau Pour installer WordPerfect et les outils d'intégration OS/2 à partir d'un serveur de réseau, 1. Installez WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur le serveur. 2. Lancez WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows à partir de l'icône WPCNET settings du Gestionnaire de programmes. 3. Procédez à l'installation de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur poste de travail. 4. Lancez SETUPOS2.EXE. Deux options d'installation vous sont proposées : serveur et poste de travail. Pour procéder à une installation simultanée sur serveur et sur poste de travail, cochez les deux options. Installation sur un poste de travail Pour installer WordPerfect et les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur votre poste de travail, 1. Assurez-vous que l'administrateur du réseau a installé WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows et les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur le serveur du réseau en suivant les instructions ci-dessus. Faute de quoi, le message "Could not find OS2SHCWP._LL" s'affiche. 2. Lancez une session plein écran, 3.1 Win-OS/2 Etendu (voir ci-dessous "Ecran des paramètres du programme"). 3. Sélectionnez Exécuter dans le menu Fichier du Gestionnaire de programmes, entrez "<WPWin Directory>\setup", où <WPWin Directory> est le répertoire de WordPerfect 6.x sur le serveur (généralement \WPWIN60), puis suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. Cette procédure installe WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sur votre poste de travail et vous permet d'exécuter WordPerfect à partir du serveur du réseau. 4. Fermez la session Win-OS/2 et lancez une session OS/2 Window. Allez au répertoire du code partagé sur le serveur de réseau (généralement \WPC20) et exécutez SETUPOS2.EXE. Suivez les instructions qui s'affichent. Cette procédure installe les outils d'intégration OS/2 sur votre machine. 5. Réinitialisez l'ordinateur. REMARQUE : lorsque vous établissez la connexion, un message vous invite à vous connecter au réseau afin de compléter l'installation des outils d'intégration OS/2. Une fois la connexion établie, choisissez OK pour terminer l'installation. Echec de l'installation de certains objets du bureau Si certains objets du bureau n'ont pas été installés, installez-les à l'aide du programme SETUPOS2.EXE et de l'option /fixwps ou sélectionnez l'option "destroy existing objects..." dans la boîte de dialogue Options du programme SETUPOS2.EXE. Pour utiliser l'option /fixwps, 1. Ouvrez une fenêtre OS/2, puis allez au répertoire du code partagé (généralement \WPC20). 2. Tapez "setupos2 /fixwps". Pour utiliser l'option Destroy existing objects, 1. Insérez la disquette des outils d'intégration OS/2 dans l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône de l'unité A, cliquez deux fois sur l'icône SETUPOS2.EXE, puis choisissez Installer. 2. Choisissez Options, sélectionnez Destroy existing objects, puis choisissez OK. Cette procédure supprime et recrée tous les objets et élimine tous les objets qui n'existent plus sur le disque dur. Cette option, qui permet de résoudre un problème OS/2 documenté, a été communiquée à IBM. Choix du format de disque--Utiliser le système de fichiers FAT Lors de l'exécution d'une application Windows en mode Win-OS/2 sous la version 2.x de OS/2, veillez à choisir un format de disque qui optimise le fonctionnement de cette application. Le système de gestion de fichiers FAT supporte les noms de fichiers et de répertoire de huit caractères maximum suivis d'une extension de trois caractères (par exemple, MARKTING.EXT). En revanche, sous le système de gestion HPFS, les noms de fichier et de répertoire peuvent comprendre jusqu'à 254 caractères suivis d'une extension de plus de trois caractères. Toute application Windows ou DOS exécutée sous la version 2.x de OS/2 peut utiliser uniquement les fichiers dotés de noms de fichiers DOS standard (8 caractères suivis d'une extension de 3 caractères maximum). Les fichiers dotés de longs noms HPFS sont masqués pour les applications Windows et DOS, notamment tous les fichiers auxquels un long nom de sous-répertoire est associé. Pour cette raison, WordPerfect, Division Applications de Novell, vous recommande d'installer OS/2 sur une unité gérant le système de fichiers FAT. Pour de plus amples informations, voir ci-dessous "Déplacement du bureau électronique de HPFS à FAT". Déplacement du bureau électronique de HPFS à FAT Vous pouvez déplacer le bureau OS/2 d'une partition de disque à une autre sans réinstaller le système d'exploitation. 1. Assurez-vous que vous disposez de la version 2.1 de OS/2 ou d'une version ultérieure. 2. Cliquez deux fois sur le dossier système OS/2, puis cliquez deux fois sur le dossier Unités. 3. Cliquez deux fois sur l'objet du disque où vous avez installé OS/2 (par défaut C:). 4. Vérifiez le répertoire du bureau dans l'arborescence du disque. Le nom devrait être Desktop ou Bureau OS!2 2.0 et une icône de bureau devrait être affichée. 5. Une fois l'objet du bureau localisé, faites-le glisser vers une partition de disque FAT. 6. Veillez à ne pas réétablir de connexion ou ouvrir d'autres objets lors du déplacement du bureau. Lorsque le déplacement est terminé, veuillez patienter quelques secondes pendant que OS/2 réécrit sur votre disque dur toutes les informations de liaison du bureau. Ecran des paramètres du programme L'exécution de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows sous OS/2 2.1 requiert la configuration préalable des paramètres d'objet du programme WordPerfect. Ces paramètres sont automatiquement modifiés lorsque vous installez le dossier du programme WordPerfect à l'aide de SETUPOS2.EXE. Pour modifier ces paramètres manuellement, allez à la boîte de dialogue "Paramètres Win-OS/2" à la page "Session" de l'objet référence du programme. Le tableau ci-dessous indique les paramètres modifiés par SETUPOS2.EXE : Nom du paramètre Par défaut Suggéré WIN_RUN_MODE 3.1 Standard 3.1 Enhanced Compat. DOS_FILES 20 100 DOS_HIGH Off On DPMI_DOS_API AUTO ENABLED DPMI_MEMORY_LIMIT 64 128 IDLE_SECONDS 0 5 IDLE_SENSITIVITY 75 95 KBD_ALTHOME_BYPASS On On VIDEO_8514A_XGA_IOTRAP Off Off VIDEO_SWITCH_NOTIFICATION On On XMS_MEMORY_LIMIT 2048 6144+ Par ailleurs, les paramètres WIN_DDE et WIN_CLIPBOARD doivent être activés (paramètre par défaut étant "On"). Si vous avez modifié ces paramètres par défaut sur les pages Session 3.1 ou Echange de données de l'objet "Configuration de Win-OS/2", un message d'erreur indique que WPWin ne peut pas communiquer avec le Shell du bureau électronique "WPWin cannot communicate with the WorkPlace Shell." Lancement des Objets/Programmes OS/2 à partir de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows Le lancement des applications OS/2 à l'aide de WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows requiert l'utilisation des services DDE disponibles dans le langage macro de WordPerfect. Les macros que vous écrivez pouvant être placées sur la barre d'outils, dans le menu, ou utilisées sous forme de raccourci-clavier, WordPerfect peut être intégré de façon transparente à toutes les applications OS/2. Pour communiquer avec les applications OS/2, une macro WordPerfect peut utiliser les diverses commandes DDE intégrées telles que DDEEXECUTE. Cette voie de communication peut être utilisée pour transmettre n'importe quel type de requête à une application de serveur DDE tournant sous OS/2. Vous pouvez lancer une application non Windows à l'aide d'une macro WordPerfect, en utilisant le serveur DDE fourni par WordPerfect et fonctionnant à partir du Shell du bureau électronique de OS/2. Le nom du service de dialogue DDE est "<MonitorServiceName>" et celui de la rubrique "<MonitorTopic>." La macro exemple ci-dessous ouvre trois objets simplement en communiquant avec le service DDE OS/2 fourni par WPWin6x : -- La palette de couleurs du Shell du Bureau électronique de OS/2 -- Un fichier de commandes REXX appelé "C:\REXX.CMD" -- Le programme PM Diary Calculator // This command string requests that the Color Palette object // should be opened. The string "<WP_CLRPAL>" is the ObjectID // of the color palette object, as listed in the C:\OS2\INI.RC // file used to build the default Workplace Shell desktop when // you install OS/2. Command1:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*<WP_CLRPAL>" // This command string requests that the file C:\REXX.CMD be // executed in an OS/2 Windows session. Command2:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\REXX.CMD" // This command string requests that the PM Diary application // be executed. Command3:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\OS2\APPS\PMDCALC.EXE" // Initiate a DDE conversation with the WordPerfect services // that run within the OS/2 Workplace Shell. DDEINITIATE(hConv;"<MonitorServiceName>";"<MonitorTopic>") // Pass our DDE requests through. DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command1;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command2;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command3;1000;) // Terminate the conversation. DDETERMINATE(hConv) Divers Impression à partir du réseau Si vous éprouvez des difficultés lors de l'impression sur une imprimante de réseau à partir d'un port LPTx:, utilisez le port d'imprimante LPTx.OS2 correspondant. Pour utiliser un port d'imprimante LPTx.OS2 avec un pilote d'imprimante WordPerfect, vous devez imprimer vers un fichier utilisant le nom de fichier LPTx.OS2. SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY Cette ligne est automatiquement ajoutée à votre fichier CONFIG.SYS lors de l'exécution de SETUPOS2.EXE. Elle empêche OS/2 de relancer toutes les applications qui étaient en cours d'exécution à la dernière mise hors tension. Seules sont lancées les applications figurant dans votre dossier Démarrage. Ajoutez cette ligne à votre fichier CONFIG.SYS pour que l'utilitaire de lancement rapide (QuickLaunch) lance les sessions Win-OS/2 ordinaires de façon transparente en utilisant les paramètres Win-OS/2 recommandés pour WordPerfect 6.x pour Windows. REMARQUE : pour éviter l'ajout par le programme de cette ligne au fichier CONFIG.SYS, utilisez la commande /norestartobjects ou désélectionnez l'option Add SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY dans la boîte de dialogue Options. Sauvegarde des fichiers .INI SETUPOS2.EXE crée des copies de sauvegarde des fichiers CONFIG.SYS,OS2.INI et OS2SYS.INI avant de les modifier. Les copies de sauvegarde sont placées dans les répertoires des fichiers d'origine et sont dotées de l'extension .Wxx, où xx est un nombre compris entre 01 et 99. La première fois que vous exécutez SETUPOS2, l'extension est .W01, la seconde .W02, etc. REMARQUE : pour empêcher le programme de créer des fichiers de sauvegarde, utilisez la commande /nobackup ou désélectionnez l'option Make backup dans la boîte de dialogue Options.
 ftp.corel.com/pub/WordPerfect/wpwin/61/os2cf.exe  local copy
WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 6.1 (UK- OS/2 Tools- WPWin 6.0a/6.1, 7/3/1995, Novell) Readme/What's new
README.OS2 This README file contains installation and configuration information for the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. This README file also contains information that was not available when the online documentation for the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk was prepared. For information about the features provided by the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk, see SETUPOS2.HLP located on that disk. The following additional README files are included on the shipping disks for WordPerfect for Windows 6.x: README.NET Additional information about running WordPerfect 6.x for Windows on a network README.SHP Additional information about WordPerfect Shared Applications for Windows README.LCN Licensing information If you need assistance beyond what the WordPerfect README files and manuals can provide, call Customer Support at the following numbers: (800) 321-1230 (801) 225-4900 Included in this README file is the following information: 1 What is New With This Release 2 General Installation Notes 3 Normal Installation Procedure 4 Installing to a Network Server 5 Installing to a Workstation 6 Some Desktop Objects Do Not Get Installed 7 Choice of Disk Format--Use the FAT File System 8 Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT 9 Program Settings Screen 10 Launching OS/2 Objects/Programs from WordPerfect 6.x for Windows 11 Miscellaneous Information What is New With This Release The following features are new with this release of the OS/2 Integration Tools Disk. - Uninstall Support - Ability to install directly over WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 - Ability to install server and workstation support at once - Faster installation - Better desktop icons - Support for WordPerfect 6.0a and 6.1 for Windows - Automatic addition of SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY to CONFIG.SYS - Ability to use SETUPOS2.EXE in batch mode General Installation Notes The OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk is designed as a supplement to selected PerfectOffice applications. These applications must be installed before installing the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. While running the application setup program, no other application that uses WordPerfect shared code can be running. This includes the QuickLaunch utility provided with the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. NOTE: WordPerfect 5.x and 6.x for Windows are the only applications supported by the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. Normal Installation Procedure If you are doing a Standard, Custom, or Minimum installation of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows, follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to your system. 1. Insert the WordPerfect 6.x for Windows Install 1 disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUP.EXE icon, then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install WordPerfect 6.x for Windows on your system. 2. Insert the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUPOS2.EXE icon, then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools onto your system. 3. Close the Drive A folder, shut down, and re-boot. NOTE: You may experience a small delay as your system boots up for the first time after installation because some parts of the install process are performed after you reboot. Installing to a Network Server Follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to the network server. 1. Install WordPerfect 6.x for Windows onto the network server. 2. Run WordPerfect 6.x for Windows from the WPCNET settings icon in Program Manager. 3. Do a Workstation install of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows. 4. Run SETUPOS2.EXE. It will list both the server and workstation installations as candidates for install. If both are checked, both installations will be done at the same time. Installing to a Workstation Follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to your workstation. 1. Make sure that the network administrator has already installed both WordPerfect 6.x for Windows and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to the network server using the instructions above. Failure to do so will result in a "Could not find OS2SHCWP._LL" message. 2. Start a full screen, 3.1 Enhanced Win-OS/2 session (see "Program Settings Screen" below). 3. Select Run from the Program Manager file menu, enter "<WPWin Directory>\setup", where <WPWin Directory> is the directory where WordPerfect 6.x is installed on the server (usually \WPWIN60), then follow the on-screen instructions. This will create a workstation installation of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows and allow you to run WordPerfect from the network server. 4. Close the Win-OS/2 session and go to an OS/2 Window session. Go to the shared code directory on the network server (usually \WPC20) and run SETUPOS2.EXE. Follow the on-screen instructions. This will create a workstation installation of the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools on your machine. 5. Shut down and reboot. NOTE: When you reboot for the first time, you will be asked to log in to the network so that the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools installation can be completed. Once you log in, choose OK to complete the installation. Some Desktop Objects Do Not Get Installed If some desktop objects were not installed, use the SETUPOS2.EXE program with the /fixwps option or you can check the "destroy existing objects..." option in the Options Dialog in SETUPOS2.EXE. To use the /fixwps option, 1. Open an OS/2 window, then go to the shared code directory (usually \WPC20). 2. Type "setupos2 /fixwps". To use the Destroy existing objects option, 1. Insert the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUPOS2.EXE icon, then choose Install. 2. Choose Options, Select Destroy existing objects, the choose OK. This will destroy and recreate all objects from scratch and will remove any objects that no longer exist on the hard disk. This option works around a known OS/2 problem and has been reported to IBM. Choice of Disk Format--Use the FAT File System When running any Windows application in Win-OS/2 mode under OS/2 version 2.x, it is important to choose a disk format that will enable that application to run to the best of its ability. With the FAT file system, all filenames and directory names have a maximum length of eight characters with a three-character extension (for example, FILENAME.EXT). With the HPFS file system, any filename or directory name can be as long as 254 characters with more than three characters in its extension. Any Windows or DOS application you run under OS/2 version 2.x will only be able to use files with standard DOS filenames (eight characters with a maximum three-character extension). Any files with HPFS long names will be hidden from your Windows and DOS applications, including all files with a long subdirectory name. For this reason, WordPerfect, the Novell Applications Group, recommends installing OS/2 to a drive with the FAT file system. See "Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT" below for more information. Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT You can move your OS/2 desktop from one disk partition to another without having to re-install the operating system. 1. Make sure you are using OS/2 version 2.1 or later. 2. Double-click the OS/2 System folder, then double-click the Drives folder. 3. Double-click the disk object where you installed OS/2 (C: by default). 4. Look for your desktop directory in the tree hierarchy for that disk. It should be called Desktop or OS!2 2.0 Desktop and have an office desk icon. 5. Once you find the desktop object, drag it to a FAT disk partition. 6. While your desktop is moving, do not reboot or open other objects. Once the move is complete, wait a few seconds while OS/2 writes all desktop link information back to your hard disk. Program Settings Screen Running WordPerfect 6.x for Windows under OS/2 2.1 requires some configuration of the WordPerfect Program object's Settings notebook. When you use SETUPOS2.EXE to install the WordPerfect Program folder, these settings are changed automatically. To change them manually, go to the "Win-OS/2 Settings" dialog on the "Session" page of the program reference object. The following table shows the settings changed by SETUPOS2.EXE: Setting Name Default Setting Suggested Setting WIN_RUN_MODE 3.1 Standard 3.1 Enhanced Compat. DOS_FILES 20 100 DOS_HIGH Off On DPMI_DOS_API AUTO ENABLED DPMI_MEMORY_LIMIT 64 128 IDLE_SECONDS 0 5 IDLE_SENSITIVITY 75 95 KBD_ALTHOME_BYPASS On On VIDEO_8514A_XGA_IOTRAP Off Off VIDEO_SWITCH_NOTIFICATION On On XMS_MEMORY_LIMIT 2048 6144+ In addition to the above changes, the WIN_DDE and WIN_CLIPBOARD settings must be "On" (the default setting). If you have modified these defaults on either the 3.1 Session or Data Exchange pages of the "Win-OS/2 Setup" object, you will get the error message "WPWin cannot communicate with the WorkPlace Shell." Launching OS/2 Objects/Programs from WordPerfect 6.x for Windows Launching OS/2 applications using WordPerfect 6.x for Windows requires using the DDE services available in the WordPerfect macro language. Since macros you write can be placed on the Tool Bar, on the menu, or as a keyboard hot-key, WordPerfect can be seamlessly integrated with any OS/2 application. In order to communicate with OS/2 applications, a WordPerfect macro may use the various built-in DDE commands such as DDEEXECUTE. This communication channel can be used to pass any type of request to a DDE server application running under OS/2. It is possible to run an application that is not a Windows application from within a WordPerfect macro by using the WordPerfect-provided DDE server that runs inside the OS/2 Workplace Shell. The relevant DDE conversation service name is "<MonitorServiceName>" and the topic is called "<MonitorTopic>." The sample macro below opens three objects by merely talking to this OS/2 DDE service that WPWin6x provides for you: -- The OS/2 Workplace Shell colour Palette -- A REXX command file called "C:\REXX.CMD" -- The PM Diary Calculator program // This command string requests that the colour Palette object // should be opened. The string "<WP_CLRPAL>" is the ObjectID // of the colour palette object, as listed in the C:\OS2\INI.RC // file used to build the default Workplace Shell desktop when // you install OS/2. Command1:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*<WP_CLRPAL>" // This command string requests that the file C:\REXX.CMD be // executed in an OS/2 Windows session. Command2:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\REXX.CMD" // This command string requests that the PM Diary application // be executed. Command3:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\OS2\APPS\PMDCALC.EXE" // Initiate a DDE conversation with the WordPerfect services // that run within the OS/2 Workplace Shell. DDEINITIATE(hConv;"<MonitorServiceName>";"<MonitorTopic>") // Pass our DDE requests through. DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command1;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command2;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command3;1000;) // Terminate the conversation. DDETERMINATE(hConv) Miscellaneous Information Printing from the Network If you are having difficulty printing from an LPTx: printer port when using a network printer, try using the corresponding LPTx.OS2 printer port. To use an LPTx.OS2 printer port with a WordPerfect printer driver, you must print to a file using the filename LPTx.OS2. SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY This line is automatically added to your CONFIG.SYS file when SETUPOS2.EXE is run. It prevents OS/2 from restarting all of the applications that were running the last time you shut down. The only applications that will be started are the ones in your Startup folder. Adding this line to your CONFIG.SYS insures that QuickLaunch will start the common Win-OS/2 seamless session with the Win-OS/2 settings recommended for WordPerfect 6.x for Windows. NOTE: To prevent the program from adding this line to your CONFIG.SYS, use the /norestartobjects command line switch or uncheck the Add SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY option in the Options dialog. Backup .INI Files SETUPOS2.EXE creates backup copies of your CONFIG.SYS,OS2.INI, and OS2SYS.INI files before modifying them. The backup copies are located in the same directories as the original files and have the extension .Wxx, where xx is a number from 01 to 99. The first time you run SETUPOS2, the extension will be .W01, the second time it will be .W02, and so on. NOTE: To prevent the program from creating the backup files, use the /nobackup command line switch or uncheck the Make backup option in the Options dialog.
 ftp.corel.com/pub/WordPerfect/wpwin/61/os2uk.exe  local copy
WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 6.1 (OS/2 integration utilities for WordPerfect for Windows 3.x, 18/1/1995, Novell) Readme/What's new
Press Release WordPerfect 6.1 For Windows Offers New Level Of Integration With OS/2 Warp WordPerfect for Windows integrates with the Workplace Shell better than any Windows or OS/2 word processor OREM, Utah -- January 18, 1995 -- Novell, Inc. is now shipping a new tools disk that gives WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows users a new level of integration with IBM's OS/2 Warp. The OS/2 Integration Tools Disk gives OS/2 Warp customers using WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows more Workplace Shell integration than any other Windows or OS/2 word processor. "This integration demonstrates our commitment to our customers who have OS/2 Warp as their desktop operating system," said Mark Calkins, general manager of Novell's Business Applications Division. "WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows gives users the latest word processing technology, strong performance and the best integration with the object-oriented Workplace Shell." According to an OS/2 Magazine study, more than 85 percent of OS/2 users run Windows applications under OS/2. In March 1994, WordPerfect for Windows was the winner of the word processing review in OS/2 Magazine, beating out the OS/2 word processors Lotus Ami Pro and Describe Inc.'s Describe. The review named WordPerfect for Windows the best word processor for use under OS/2. "The WordPerfect integration with the Workplace Shell lets Windows users take advantage of the new capabilities in OS/2 Warp," said John W. Thompson, general manager of Software Developer Programs at IBM. "OS/2 Warp gives customers the power of a 32-bit environment today." WordPerfect's exclusive Automatic Document Detection (ADD) feature automatically registers files as document objects on the Workplace Shell. Once objects are registered, users can take advantage of the object-oriented capabilities of OS/2 such as drag and drop. Users can turn ADD on for any or all folders to automatically register any WordPerfect 5.x and 6.0 file, as well as any other format that can be opened and converted by WordPerfect 6.1. WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows takes advantage of all the drag and drop capabilities of the OS/2 Workplace Shell including: Launching.Dragging a file onto the WordPerfect program object will launch WordPerfect and open the file. Opening.Dragging a WordPerfect document object to a WordPerfect document window will open the file. Users can open multiple files this way. Inserting.Dragging any file to an open WordPerfect document while holding down the Ctrl key will insert the file into the document. Graphic images will be inserted into graphics boxes; spreadsheet and database information will be inserted into tables. Linking.Dragging a file to an open document, while holding down the Ctrl-Shift keys, embeds the file as a sub-document with a link to the original file. Printing.Dragging a WordPerfect object to an OS/2 printer object will print the file with WordPerfect formatting intact. Fonts and Colors.Dragging a font or color from the OS/2 Font Palette into a WordPerfect document will change the font or color at the insert point. The OS/2 Integration Tools Disk works with both WordPerfect 6.0a and 6.1 for Windows, and with OS/2 2.x and OS/2 Warp version 3. The disk is available for $4 by calling (800) 321-4566 and is also available from CompuServe, SpaceWorks and the WordPerfect BBS.
 hobbes.nmsu.edu/download/pub/os2/apps/wp/WP61Tools.zip
WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 6.1 (US- OS/2 Integration Tools- WPWin 6.0a/6.1, 4/11/1994, Novell) Readme/What's new
NOVELL TECHNICAL INFORMATION DOCUMENT TITLE: US- OS/2 Integration Tools- WPWin 6.0a/6.1 README FOR: OS261.EXE NOVELL PRODUCTS and VERSIONS: WordPerfect 6.1 for Windows WordPerfect 6.0a for Windows ABSTRACT: OS/2 WPS Integration Tools for WordPerfect 6.0a/6.1 for Windows, U.S. versions only. These tools are dated 11/4/94. ----------------------------------------------------------------- DISCLAIMER THE ORIGIN OF THIS INFORMATION MAY BE INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL TO NOVELL. NOVELL MAKES EVERY EFFORT WITHIN ITS MEANS TO VERIFY THIS INFORMATION. HOWEVER, THE INFORMATION PROVIDED IN THIS DOCUMENT IS FOR YOUR INFORMATION ONLY. NOVELL MAKES NO EXPLICIT OR IMPLIED CLAIMS TO THE VALIDITY OF THIS INFORMATION. ----------------------------------------------------------------- ISSUE: OS/2 WPS Integration Tools for WordPerfect 6.0a/6.1 for Windows, U.S versions only. These tools are dated 11/4/94. Self-Extracting File Name: os261.exe Files Included Size Date Time ..\ OS261.TXT (This file) ADDUTIL.EXE 15934 11-4-94 6:10:04 am ADDUTIL.HLP 3998 11-4-94 6:10:04 am DDEML32._LL 42148 11-4-94 6:10:04 am OS2SHCWP._LL 277710 11-4-94 6:10:04 am OTHERDOC._LL 45640 11-4-94 6:10:04 am QLWIN._XE 13504 11-4-94 6:10:04 am README.LCN 5835 11-4-94 6:10:04 am README.OS2 14197 11-4-94 6:10:04 am SETUPOS2.EXE 187443 11-4-94 6:10:04 am SETUPOS2.HLP 7163 11-4-94 6:10:04 am WPCWPS.DLL 19712 11-4-94 6:10:04 am WPCWPS.HLP 50947 11-4-94 6:10:04 am WPWPS._LP 39678 11-4-94 6:10:04 am Installation Instructions: Refer to README.OS2 included with the OS261.EXE file for installation information. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Any trademarks referenced in this document are the property of their respective owners. Consult your product manuals for complete trademark information. ----------------------------------------------------------------- README.OS2 This README file contains installation and configuration information for the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. This README file also contains information that was not available when the online documentation for the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk was prepared. For information about the features provided by the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk, see SETUPOS2.HLP located on that disk. The following additional README files are included on the shipping disks for WordPerfect for Windows 6.x: README.NET Additional information about running WordPerfect 6.x for Windows on a network README.SHP Additional information about WordPerfect Shared Applications for Windows README.LCN Licensing information If you need assistance beyond what the WordPerfect README files and manuals can provide, call Customer Support at the following numbers: (800) 321-1230 (801) 225-4900 Included in this README file is the following information: 1 What's New With This Release 2 General Installation Notes 3 Normal Installation Procedure 4 Installing to a Network Server 5 Installing to a Workstation 6 Some Desktop Objects Do Not Get Installed 7 Choice of Disk Format--Use the FAT File System 8 Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT 9 Program Settings Screen 10 Launching OS/2 Objects/Programs from WordPerfect 6.x for Windows 11 Miscellaneous Information What's New With This Release The following features are new with this release of the OS/2 Integration Tools Disk. - Uninstall Support - Ability to install directly over WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 - Ability to install server and workstation support at once - Faster installation - Better desktop icons - Support for WordPerfect 6.0a and 6.1 for Windows - Automatic addition of SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY to CONFIG.SYS - Ability to use SETUPOS2.EXE in batch mode General Installation Notes The OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk is designed as a supplement to selected PerfectOffice applications. These applications must be installed before installing the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. While running the application setup program, no other application that uses WordPerfect shared code can be running. This includes the QuickLaunch utility provided with the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. NOTE: WordPerfect 5.x and 6.x for Windows are the only applications supported by the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk. Normal Installation Procedure If you are doing a Standard, Custom, or Minimum installation of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows, follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to your system. 1. Insert the WordPerfect 6.x for Windows Install 1 disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUP.EXE icon, then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install WordPerfect 6.x for Windows on your system. 2. Insert the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUPOS2.EXE icon, then follow the on-screen instructions. This will install the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools onto your system. 3. Close the Drive A folder, shut down, and re-boot. NOTE: You may experience a small delay as your system boots up for the first time after installation because some parts of the install process are performed after you reboot. Installing to a Network Server Follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to the network server. 1. Install WordPerfect 6.x for Windows onto the network server. 2. Run WordPerfect 6.x for Windows from the WPCNET settings icon in Program Manager. 3. Do a Workstation install of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows. 4. Run SETUPOS2.EXE. It will list both the server and workstation installations as candidates for install. If both are checked, both installations will be done at the same time. Installing to a Workstation Follow the instructions below to install WordPerfect and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to your workstation. 1. Make sure that the network administrator has already installed both WordPerfect 6.x for Windows and the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk to the network server using the instructions above. Failure to do so will result in a "Could not find OS2SHCWP._LL" message. 2. Start a full screen, 3.1 Enhanced Win-OS/2 session (see "Program Settings Screen" below). 3. Select Run from the Program Manager file menu, enter "<WPWin Directory>\setup", where <WPWin Directory> is the directory where WordPerfect 6.x is installed on the server (usually \WPWIN60), then follow the on-screen instructions. This will create a workstation installation of WordPerfect 6.x for Windows and allow you to run WordPerfect from the network server. 4. Close the Win-OS/2 session and go to an OS/2 Window session. Go to the shared code directory on the network server (usually \WPC20) and run SETUPOS2.EXE. Follow the on-screen instructions. This will create a workstation installation of the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools on your machine. 5. Shut down and reboot. NOTE: When you reboot for the first time, you will be asked to log in to the network so that the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools installation can be completed. Once you log in, choose OK to complete the installation. Some Desktop Objects Do Not Get Installed If some desktop objects were not installed, use the SETUPOS2.EXE program with the /fixwps option or you can check the "destroy existing objects..." option in the Options Dialog in SETUPOS2.EXE. To use the /fixwps option, 1. Open an OS/2 window, then go to the shared code directory (usually \WPC20). 2. Type "setupos2 /fixwps". To use the Destroy existing objects option, 1. Insert the OS/2 WPS Integration Tools Disk into drive A, double-click the Drive A icon, double-click the SETUPOS2.EXE icon, then choose Install. 2. Choose Options, Select Destroy existing objects, the choose OK. This will destroy and recreate all objects from scratch and will remove any objects that no longer exist on the hard disk. This option works around a known OS/2 problem and has been reported to IBM. Choice of Disk Format--Use the FAT File System When running any Windows application in Win-OS/2 mode under OS/2 version 2.x, it is important to choose a disk format that will enable that application to run to the best of its ability. With the FAT file system, all filenames and directory names have a maximum length of eight characters with a three-character extension (for example, FILENAME.EXT). With the HPFS file system, any filename or directory name can be as long as 254 characters with more than three characters in its extension. Any Windows or DOS application you run under OS/2 version 2.x will only be able to use files with standard DOS filenames (eight characters with a maximum three-character extension). Any files with HPFS long names will be hidden from your Windows and DOS applications, including all files with a long subdirectory name. For this reason, WordPerfect, the Novell Applications Group, recommends installing OS/2 to a drive with the FAT file system. See "Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT" below for more information. Moving Your Desktop from HPFS to FAT You can move your OS/2 desktop from one disk partition to another without having to re-install the operating system. 1. Make sure you are using OS/2 version 2.1 or later. 2. Double-click the OS/2 System folder, then double-click the Drives folder. 3. Double-click the disk object where you installed OS/2 (C: by default). 4. Look for your desktop directory in the tree hierarchy for that disk. It should be called Desktop or OS!2 2.0 Desktop and have an office desk icon. 5. Once you find the desktop object, drag it to a FAT disk partition. 6. While your desktop is moving, do not reboot or open other objects. Once the move is complete, wait a few seconds while OS/2 writes all desktop link information back to your hard disk. Program Settings Screen Running WordPerfect 6.x for Windows under OS/2 2.1 requires some configuration of the WordPerfect Program object's Settings notebook. When you use SETUPOS2.EXE to install the WordPerfect Program folder, these settings are changed automatically. To change them manually, go to the "Win-OS/2 Settings" dialog on the "Session" page of the program reference object. The following table shows the settings changed by SETUPOS2.EXE: Setting Name Default Setting Suggested Setting WIN_RUN_MODE 3.1 Standard 3.1 Enhanced Compat. DOS_FILES 20 100 DOS_HIGH Off On DPMI_DOS_API AUTO ENABLED DPMI_MEMORY_LIMIT 64 128 IDLE_SECONDS 0 5 IDLE_SENSITIVITY 75 95 KBD_ALTHOME_BYPASS On On VIDEO_8514A_XGA_IOTRAP Off Off VIDEO_SWITCH_NOTIFICATION On On XMS_MEMORY_LIMIT 2048 6144+ In addition to the above changes, the WIN_DDE and WIN_CLIPBOARD settings must be "On" (the default setting). If you have modified these defaults on either the 3.1 Session or Data Exchange pages of the "Win-OS/2 Setup" object, you will get the error message "WPWin cannot communicate with the WorkPlace Shell." Launching OS/2 Objects/Programs from WordPerfect 6.x for Windows Launching OS/2 applications using WordPerfect 6.x for Windows requires using the DDE services available in the WordPerfect macro language. Since macros you write can be placed on the Tool Bar, on the menu, or as a keyboard hot-key, WordPerfect can be seamlessly integrated with any OS/2 application. In order to communicate with OS/2 applications, a WordPerfect macro may use the various built-in DDE commands such as DDEEXECUTE. This communication channel can be used to pass any type of request to a DDE server application running under OS/2. It is possible to run an application that is not a Windows application from within a WordPerfect macro by using the WordPerfect-provided DDE server that runs inside the OS/2 Workplace Shell. The relevant DDE conversation service name is "<MonitorServiceName>" and the topic is called "<MonitorTopic>." The sample macro below opens three objects by merely talking to this OS/2 DDE service that WPWin6x provides for you: -- The OS/2 Workplace Shell Color Palette -- A REXX command file called "C:\REXX.CMD" -- The PM Diary Calculator program // This command string requests that the Color Palette object // should be opened. The string "<WP_CLRPAL>" is the ObjectID // of the color palette object, as listed in the C:\OS2\INI.RC // file used to build the default Workplace Shell desktop when // you install OS/2. Command1:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*<WP_CLRPAL>" // This command string requests that the file C:\REXX.CMD be // executed in an OS/2 Windows session. Command2:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\REXX.CMD" // This command string requests that the PM Diary application // be executed. Command3:="<WORDPERF_6xWORDPERF>!*EX*C:\OS2\APPS\PMDCALC.EXE" // Initiate a DDE conversation with the WordPerfect services // that run within the OS/2 Workplace Shell. DDEINITIATE(hConv;"<MonitorServiceName>";"<MonitorTopic>") // Pass our DDE requests through. DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command1;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command2;1000;) DDEEXECUTEEXT(Result;hConv; Command3;1000;) // Terminate the conversation. DDETERMINATE(hConv) Miscellaneous Information Printing from the Network If you are having difficulty printing from an LPTx: printer port when using a network printer, try using the corresponding LPTx.OS2 printer port. To use an LPTx.OS2 printer port with a WordPerfect printer driver, you must print to a file using the filename LPTx.OS2. SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY This line is automatically added to your CONFIG.SYS file when SETUPOS2.EXE is run. It prevents OS/2 from restarting all of the applications that were running the last time you shut down. The only applications that will be started are the ones in your Startup folder. Adding this line to your CONFIG.SYS insures that QuickLaunch will start the common Win-OS/2 seamless session with the Win-OS/2 settings recommended for WordPerfect 6.x for Windows. NOTE: To prevent the program from adding this line to your CONFIG.SYS, use the /norestartobjects command line switch or uncheck the Add SET RESTARTOBJECTS=STARTUPFOLDERSONLY option in the Options dialog. Backup .INI Files SETUPOS2.EXE creates backup copies of your CONFIG.SYS,OS2.INI, and OS2SYS.INI files before modifying them. The backup copies are located in the same directories as the original files and have the extension .Wxx, where xx is a number from 01 to 99. The first time you run SETUPOS2, the extension will be .W01, the second time it will be .W02, and so on. NOTE: To prevent the program from creating the backup files, use the /nobackup command line switch or uncheck the Make backup option in the Options dialog. FOR PRODUCTS PURCHASED IN UNITED STATES SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT GRANT OF RIGHTS Novell, Inc. (Novell), grants you the right to use the Software in the quantity and on the platform(s) indicated on the Proof of Purchase form you received in your Software package. 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WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 5.2 (11/4/1994, WordPerfect Corporation)
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WordPerfect for OS/2 v. 5.2 (20/7/1993, WordPerfect Corporation) Readme/What's new
==================== README.NEW ==================== This README file contains a brief description of the new features available in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2. Some information has not yet been documented in the Reference manual. Please refer to these files for additional information: README.FON: Contains instructions and troubleshooting for using the PostScript Type 1 fonts supplied with WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2. This file is located in the WPOS2 directory (usually C:\WPOS2). README.GMK: Lists changes and enhancements to Grammatik 5 for OS/2. This file is located in the WPCOS2 directory (usually C:\WPCOS2). README.LRN: Lists changes and enhancements to the Graphics, Learning, and Macros files. This file is located in the WPOS2 directory (usually C:\WPOS2). README.NET: Contains network installation instructions. This file is located in the Shared INI file directory (usually \WPCO2INI). README.SHP: Lists changes and enhancements to Shared Applications. This file is located in the Shared Applications directory (usually C:\WPCOS2). README.WP: Lists changes and enhancements to the Installation and Program files. This file is located in the WPOS2 directory (usually C:\WPOS2). BACKGROUND PRINTING ==================== WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 takes advantage of OS/2's multi-threaded background printing ability. This means you are returned to the editing screen directly after your document is sent to the printer, so you can continue working on a WordPerfect document or even work in another application running under OS/2. See Print in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 Reference for more information. DOCUMENT TEMPLATES ==================== The WordPerfect Templates folder contains five templates you can use to create envelopes, fax cover sheets, letterheads, memos, and a default WordPerfect document. See OS/2 and WordPerfect in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 Reference for more information. The Reference manual incorrectly states that you can open WordPerfect by dragging and dropping a template on the WordPerfect program object to open WPOS/2 and place the template in the document window. In order to open WPOS/2 in this manner, you must first copy the template to your desktop or to another folder so that it becomes a WordPerfect document object. LONG DOCUMENT NAMES ==================== If you are using OS/2's High Performance File System (HPFS), you can use as many as 254 characters--including spaces and periods--to more accurately and descriptively name your WordPerfect documents. See the Transition Guide and Directories in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 Reference for more information. OS/2 WORKPLACE SHELL INTEGRATION ==================== WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 is designed to take advantage of many of the unique capabilities of the OS/2 Workplace Shell. AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT DETECTION When you open a folder containing documents made in WordPerfect 5.x for DOS, Windows, RS/6000, or VAX, OS/2 automatically detects that they are WordPerfect documents and changes the data-file object for each to a WordPerfect document object (a document with a superimposed, blue "WP"). This enables you to quickly see which documents are in WordPerfect format. See DRAG AND DROP MANIPULATION OF DOCUMENTS below for information on how you can use these document objects with WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2. DOCUMENT OBJECT HELP You can click on any WordPerfect program object or document object with the right mouse button, then choose Help for a brief description of the object. DOCUMENT SUMMARY DETAILS VIEW Using the OS/2 Details View option, you can read your document's summary information before you open the document or launch WordPerfect. From the Workplace Shell, you can view specific document information from a WordPerfect document object, such as author, typist, creation date, subject, and keywords. You can also view summary information for an entire folder and sort by any of the categories displayed in the Details View. DRAG AND DROP MANIPULATION OF DOCUMENTS You can use WordPerfect document objects to start WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 and open a document in three ways: Double-click the document object to open WordPerfect with the document in an open window. Use the right mouse button to drag and drop the document object on the WordPerfect program object to open WordPerfect with the document in an open window. Use the right mouse button to drag and drop the WordPerfect document object on an open WordPerfect window. This places the document in a new window. If you want to insert the document into the current document at the cursor location, hold down the Ctrl key while dragging and dropping the document object. You can also use the right mouse button to drag and drop the document object on the Shredder object to delete the document, or on the OS/2 Printer object to print the document. WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 does not need to be running to drag the document object to the Shredder object or to the Printer object. See OS/2 and WordPerfect in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 Reference for more information. DRAG AND DROP MANIPULATION OF GRAPHICS You can insert a graphics file object into the current document at the cursor location. The graphic is inserted into a figure box. While holding down the Ctrl key, use the right mouse button to drag and drop the graphics file object on the WordPerfect document window. You can use this method with any of the graphics formats WordPerfect supports. See Graphics: Formats and Programs in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 Reference for a list of supported graphics formats. DRAG AND DROP MANIPULATION OF SPREADSHEET FILES You can use spreadsheet objects to start WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 and open a document in two ways. The spreadsheet is imported into a table in WPOS/2. Use the right mouse button to drag and drop the spreadsheet object on the WordPerfect program object to open WordPerfect with the spreadsheet in an open window. Use the right mouse button to drag and drop the spreadsheet object on an open WordPerfect window. This imports the spreadsheet into a new document window. If you want to import the spreadsheet into the current document at the cursor location, hold down the Ctrl key while dragging and dropping the spreadsheet object. You can use these methods with any of the spreadsheet formats WordPerfect supports. If you want to link the spreadsheet rather than import it, you cannot use the drag and drop method. See Spreadsheet: Import and Link in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 Reference. PRINTER SUPPORT ==================== With WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 you can choose to print your document using one of WordPerfect Corporation's many different printer drivers, or you can choose to print using the same OS/2 printer driver you use with your other OS/2 applications. If you choose a WordPerfect printer driver you can use the same printer driver (in most cases) that you used with WordPerfect 5.1 for DOS or WordPerfect 5.1/5.2 for Windows. You can choose from more than 900 printers that WordPerfect supports. If you choose an OS/2 printer driver, you can print color graphics on those printers that support color, and you can print with the same fonts and formatting as your other OS/2 applications. Unless you have a PostScript printer, using the OS/2 printer driver is the only way to print using the PostScript Type 1 fonts included with WordPerfect. See Print in WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2 Reference for more information. STARTING WORDPERFECT ==================== In addition to the many other ways to start WordPerfect 5.2 for OS/2, you can also open WPOS/2 by clicking with the right mouse button on the document object, and then clicking WordPerfect on the menu that displays.
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