80 Microcomputing – 1987

80 Microcomputing – Volume 84 – January, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 84


Date
01/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
156

Table of Contents:

On The Cover

27 Quick Recovery John B Harrell III Mace + Utilities come to the rescue with solutions to your floppy or hard-disk problems.
40 Good-bye Floppy? Mark J Welch Mass-storage options to combat floppy-disk overflow. (All systems)
48 Checking References Larry E Fosdlck Catalog anything from magazines to collectibles with this easy-to-use reference data base. (Tandy 1000, 1200. or 3000; Model 4 version on Load 80)
60 Imperfect Matches John Ratzlaff Pinpoint differences between two similar files. (Model 4: Load 80)
66 Hidden Attributes Debbie Cooper A simple way to keep your MS-DOS subdirectory files under cover. (Tandy 1000)
69 Set Drive Zero Free Don O Coffin Liberate your disk drives creating a memory-resident version of TRSDOS. (Model 4.4P. or 4D: Load 80)
73 Remote Possibilities Craig Chalken Access your Model III from afar. (Load 80)
78 All About Allwrite Ben Cadd Tips for making the most of Allwrite. (Model I, III, 4, or 4P)
81 The Old Shell Game Modular programs to automate TRSDOS 6 functions. (Model 4; Load 80) Keith E. Risler
96 Choose Your Weapon: Basic. Pascal, or C Bruce Tonkln Three popular programming languages face off.

Departments

6 Load 80 Directory
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
10 Input
12 Mail-Order Maxims Daniel Harmon
14 Feedback Loop Terry Kepner
21 Pulse Train Bradford N. Dixon
25 Reader Forum
27 Reviews edited by Jeffrey Frentzen Mace+ Utilities, Telecomp 1000, ComputerEyes, The Pro-MC Compiler, AI:Typist, Profix IV, Proald 4+
87 Debug
88 Tidbit # 39
90 Dave’s MS-DOS Column Dave Rowell
94 Tidbit # 40
96 The Art of Programming Bruce Tonkin
103 Public Works Ryan Davis-Wright
106 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
115 Express Checkouts Electric Webster Grammar and Style Checker; BSORT 51; Multiple Choice, The Tandy Portable Computer
116 How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
135 New Products edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
148 Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 85 – February, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 85


Date
02/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
148

Table of Contents:

On The Cover

27 Debugging the MS-DOS Way Hardin Brothers Three debugging tools that leave MS-DOS Debug in the dust.
42 That Thinking Feeling Bruce Tonkln 80 Micro’s thought outliner simplifies the task of organizing ideas. (Tandy 1000: Model 4 version on Load 80)
48 Taking Measure Donald W Moffat Take the guess work out of buying materials for home improvement projects. (Model III or 4 and Tandy 1000; Load 80)
60 Changing of the Guard Debbie Cooper Choose read only, hidden, or normal status for MS-DOS flles. (Model 1000)
62 Switching Station David Goben At last, bank switching for the Model 4 in Model III mode. (Load 80)
66 Inner Vision Christy Gemmell Get an insider’s view of the Model 4’s video memory. (Load 80)
70 Megamemory Mabeas Dave Rowell Pushing the 640K limit? Here are two megaboards that give you memory to spare.
78 Programs in the Key of C Ryan Davis-Wright Public-domain programs offer a low-cost way to learn about C.

Departments

6 Load 80 Directory
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
10 Input
12 Feedback Loop Terry Kepner
19 Pulse Train Ryan Davis-Wright
25 Reader Forum
27 Reviews edited by Jeffrey Frentzen Advanced Trace85, Periscope, X-View 86, 8 MHz Super Speed Up 512K or 1MB Memory Board, The Personal Choice Collection, Mach 2, Clickart Personal Publisher, TRSCROSS
70 Dave’s MS-DOS Column Dave Rowell
74 The Art of Programming Bruce Tonkin
78 Public Works Ryan Davis-Wright
82 Tidbit # 41
86 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
95 Debug
96 How Read 80 Micro
99 Express Checkouts Ztime1, Flight Simulator Scenery Disks, Star Scenery Disks, Memcheck, Opt-Tech Sort
126 New Products edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
140 Fine Lines

80 Microcomputing – Volume 86 – March, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 86


Date
03/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
140

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

27 Think It Up Hardin Brothers Maxthink: an outline processor that kind of grows on you.
42 Disk Repair 101 John B. Harrell III Learn the basics of rescuing crashed MS-DOS disks.
54 So, You Want to Buy a House? John Edward Crew Determine how much house you can buy using your Tandy 1000 or Model 4. (Load 80)
62 The Custom Cable Connection Jack Feldman Make your own cables to connect serial devices to your computer.
66 KSM Helper James L. Hawes Take greater advantage of the Model 4’s keystroke-multiply filter. (Load 80)
70 Deep-Six Your Directories Debbie Cooper Eliminate unwanted Tandy 1000 subdirectories quickly.
72 Easy Interpolation Roberto Refinem Determine the relationship between variables on your Model I/III/4 or Tandy 1000. (Load 80)
78 Routine Plays Loyd Bulmur Two utilities that find errors and make corrections on TRSDOS or MS-DOS data-base files. (Load 80)
81 Timely Tomes, Fond Farewells Dave Rowel1 Dave reviews two great MS-DOS books.

Departments

6 Load 80 Directory
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
10 Input
12 Feedback Loop Terry Kepner
19 Pulse Train David Essex
24 Reader Forum
27 Reviews edited by Jeffrey Frentzen Maxthing, 286 Express, Speedpac 286, Racecard-286, Webster’s New World Writer, Webster’s New World On-Line Thesaurus, Webster’s New World Spelling Checker, Pro-Hartforth, Enhcomp Basic Compiler 2.5
39 Express Checkouts On-Line Help, Printrix 2.0, Q-Dos 1.21, Business Analyst ROM
79 Debug
81 Dave’s MS-DOS Column Dave Rowell
87 The Art of Programming Bruce Tonkin
90 Public Works Thomas L Quindry
95 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
116 How To Use 80 Micro Program Listings
117 New Products edited by Jeffrey Frentzen
132 Fine Lines Harry Bee

80 Microcomputing – Volume 87 – April, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 87


Date
04/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
166

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

42 Understanding Tandy 1000 Graphics Don Inman and Bob Albrecht An introduction to GW-Basic’s graphics abilities.
56 Payday Made Easy G S Bradshaw Flexibility and ease of use mark this Model 4/Tandy 1000 payroll program. (Disk Series, formerly Load 80)
74 Supercharge Your BBS David Roberts A Model 4 BBS driver that adds features not easily done in Basic. (Disk Series, formerly Load 80)
109 Basic and Assembly: Together Again David A Williams Imbed assembly routines in Basic for higher performance. (Tandy 1000)
114 In Search of Lost Superscripsit Files David Goben Recovering your lost text is a snap with this Model I/III/4 utility. (Disk Series, formerly Load 80)
118 Making the Most of Batch Files John B. Harrell III Automate mundane tasks and save time on your Tandy 1000.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series (Load 80)
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
10 Input
12 Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
19 Pulse Train David Essex
22 Reader Forum
28 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds LS-DOS 6.3, Wordperfect Library 1.0, Switch-It, Twist and Shout, Guide to Training for IBM PC-DOS, Guide to Training for IBM PC-DOS, VP-Info 1.09
118 John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
120 Debug
87 The Art of Programming Bruce Tonkin
128 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
132 How To Use 80 Micro Program Listings
137 Express Checkouts edited by Mark E. Reynolds The Norton Commander 1.0, Lunar Explorer, Wilderness, The Basic Science and Graphics Handbook, Jumpstart 1.0
144 New Products compiled by Mark E. Reynolds
164 Fine Lines Harry Bee

80 Microcomputing – Volume 88 – May, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 88


Date
05/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
132

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

28 Tandy 1000 EX John D. Wolfskill This inexpensive MS-DOS computer is a bird of a different feather.
46 Quick Boot Dave Rowel1 Wait no longer for the 1000’s memory test on a warm reboot.
58 Leave the Printing to Spooli David A Williams Create a bufler that feeds text to your printer while you use your 1000 for other purposes.
65 Caught in a Time Stamp Lionel P Tercler A utility that automatically time-stamps your Model 4 or Tandy 1000 Basic programs. (Disk Series)
69 A Quick Comparison James L Hawes Compare any two Model 4 text fles on screen simultaneously. (Disk Series)
80 Data-Statement Generator David Goben Convert Model I/III/4 or Tandy 1000 assembly code to Basic Data statements. (Disk Series)
84 Strip Your TRSDOS Lance Wolstrup Remove all unprotected files from Model 4 TRSDOS disks in one step. (Disk Series)
90 Deskmate Printer Control John Heenan Use ASCII characters to place printer control codes within Deskmate text.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series (Load 80)
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
11 Input
12 Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
19 Pulse Train David Essex
22 Reader Forum
28 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds Tandy 1000 EX, ASP, ASE, E1, The CMOS Expansion RAMs, The Data Transfer Utility Program, TT512P Modem, A-Plus ETG
82 Tidbit # 42
93 John’s MS-DOS Column John B Harrell III
98 Public Works Thomas L. Quindry
103 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
112 Express Checkouts Autodos 2.0, Omniscroll III/IV, Moonmist, Managing for Success
115 New Products compiled by Mark E Reynolds
116 How To Use 80 Micro Program Listings
124 Fine Lines Harry Bee

80 Microcomputing – Volume 89 – June, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 89


Date
06/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
136

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

38 8088 Assembly Language: Learning the First Steps Hardin Brothers Get to know your 1000 more intimately programming it at its own level.
51 Memdisk III Craig Chalken Get a Model 4-like Memdisk in III mode. (Disk Series)
58 Tandy 1000 Custom Character Generator John D. Wolfskill Create a data base of custom text fonts and graphics symbols.
72 The Route to DOS Randall K. Wright Perform DOS functions on your Model I/III/4 without leaving SuperScript. (Disk Series)
79 Improve Your Backups Daniel J. Fox Clear or set the MOD flags of the TRSDOS 6.2 directory slots while backlng up your flles. (Disk Series)
82 A Fine Trio of Fonts Gerald Hall Teach your Tandy DMP printer and Model 4 how to print three more character fonts. (Disk Series)

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series (Load 80)
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
11 Input
12 Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
19 Pulse Train David Essex
22 Reader Forum edited by Paula Noonan
28 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds Electric Pencil PC 3.0, Warp Speed Lightpen, Dac-Easy Base, Deskhelp, LSDOS 5.3, Trackstar
93 John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
96 Public Works Thomas L. Quindry
98 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
106 Debug
110 Express Checkouts edited by Mark E. Reynolds Whoops!, Mergemate
112 New Products compiled by Mark E. Reynolds
116 How To Use 80 Micro Program Listings
128 Fine Lines Harry Bee

80 Microcomputing – Volume 90 – July, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 90


Date
07/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
124

Table of Contents:
       

Features

44 Tally and Track David Jenkins Organize your checkbook like it’s never been before. (4 or 1000; Disk Series)
50 Taking Stock of your Stock R. J. Richardson Manage your stock portfolio more efficiently on your III (4, or 1000; Disk Series)
59 Free Your Trapped Superscripsit Files Patrick A Gainer A sure cure for an overstuffed Superscripsit disk.
63 The No-Nonsense Disk Editor William McMullan Quickly track and edit commodities (or other) information. (4 or 1000; Disk Series)
69 Jumping Flash Backup David Goben Take the drugery out of backing up TRSDOS 6.x or LDOS disks. (Disk Series)
72 File Relocation at 9,600 Baud Hanry C. Cernhardt Jr. Transfer Model III or 4 files to a Tandy 1000 using Deskmate.
76 Easy Labels John Collicott Make custom individual labels quickly with your 4 or 1000. (Disk Series)
78 Profile Handler J. Ed Bass Get Profile and Superscripsit on speaking terms. (Disk Series)
80 The Home Computerist TMichael E. Nadeua Bott me up to the ball game.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series (Load 80)
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
11 Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
19 Pulse Train David Essex
22 Reader Forum edited by Paula Noonan
27 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds Managing Your Money 2.0, Your Personal Financial 100 Planner. Vol. I, Mindreader, 87Quickbasic Support 6.2, 87Basic, ED/ASM-86, Express 2.0, Spellsys, Write-Hand Man
42 Express Checkouts Evelyn Wood Dynamic Reader, Word for Word, ICLE, Advanced Microsoft Word
80 The Home Computerist Michael E. Nadeau
84 John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
89 Public Works Thomas L. Quindry
92 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
100 How To Use 80 Micro Program Listings
100 Fine Lines Harry Bee
108 New Products compiled by by Mark E. Reynolds
116 Input

Directory

Following a Stock Portfolio
Article: Taking Stock of Your Stock (p. 50).
System: Model 4. 32K RAM; Model III with changes.
Stoctrac lets you follow the performance of your investments with a minimum of input.
Language: Basic.
Filespec: STOCTRAC/BAS
Handle Commodities Data Efficiently
Article: The No-Nonsense Disk Editor (p. 63).
System: Model 4, 64K RAM.
EZ Editor gives you a way to organize, edit, and store commodities data or data of any type.
Language: Basic.
Filespecs: EZEDIT/BAS, TESTGEN/BAS.
Custom Labels
Article: Easy Labels (p. 76).
System: Model 4, 64K RAM.
Print individual custom labels in five print styles with Labeler.
Language: Basic.
Filespec: LABELER/BAS
Merge Data and Files
Article: Profile Handler (p. 78).
System: Models III/4/4P/4D, 32K RAM, Profile 3 or 4 +.
With Profile Handler you can merge Profile data files with Superscripsit text files more easily.
Language: Basic.
Filespec: HANDLER/BAS.
DOS Backup Utility
Article: Jumping Flash Backup (p. 69).
System: Model 4/4P/4D, 64K RAM, Pro_Create editor/assembler (optional), TRSDOS 6.x.
Onepass lets you back up your TRSDOS 6.x or LDOS disks in a single pass.
Language: Assembly.
Filespecs: ONEPASS/SRC, ONEPASS/CMD.
Help Screens
Artlcle: The Next Step (p. 92).
System: Model 4/4P/4D, 64K RAM, TRSDOS 6.2 or LS-DOS 6.3, Pro-Create 4.3a or MRAS editor/assembler (optional).
Add a help filter to call up help screens from within programs.
Language: Assembly; Basic or C optional.
Filespecs: HELP/FLT, DEMO4/CMD, HELP/ASM, DEFS/ASM, INSTALL/ASM, LIST4/ASM, LIST5/BAS, LIST6/CCC, TEST/HLP.
Checkbook Program
Article: Tally and Track (p. 44).
System: Model 4, 64K.
Use Budget Balancer to organize your checks in categories, balance your checkbok, and get ready for tax time.
Language: Basic.
Filespec: CHEKBOOK/BAS
Checksum
Article: How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings (p. 100).
System: Models I/III/4, 32K RAM.
Use our checksum program to check the accuracy of the Basic listings you type in.
Language: Basic.
Filespec: CHECKSUM/BAS

80 Microcomputing – Volume 91 – August, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 91


Date
08/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
120

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

33 The Tandy 1000 SX Dave Rowell Get the poop on the most powerful 1000.
50 The Tandy Story Ron White Ten years ago, the idea of a “personal” computer seemed silly, but not to a few people in Fort Worth.
52 Where Are They Now? David Essex Find out what past luminaries of the TRS-80 world are doing today.
60 Tandy Trivia Can you name all the TRS-80 clones? All the TRS-80 DOSes?
66 The Family Tree Trace the evolution of every Tandy computer ever made.
69 Data to Order David L. Kuzminski Now you can automatically generate dummy data to test your own Model 4 or Tandy 1000 programs. (Disk Series)
75 Communal Data Entry William McMullan You’ll appreciate this data-entry routine if you use both TRSDOS and MS-DOS computers. (Disk Series)
78 Test Tester Thomas M. Swatloski Perform statistical analyses on test and other data.
86 A Disassembler for All DOSes David Goben Dissect assembly programs written under nearly any Model I/III/4 DOS. (Disk Series)

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series (Load 80)
8 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
11 Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
17 Pulse Train David Essex
22 Reader Forum edited by Paula Noonan
27 Fine Lines Harry Bee
33 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds Tandy 1000 SX, XLR8er Board, Fractals, Life Experimenter & Super Spiro-Graph, Legalese
44 Express Checkouts edited by Mark E. Reynolds The Investigator, Bocaram/XT
48 Fixes and Updates
92 The Home Computerist Michael E. Nadeau
95 John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
98 Public Works Thomas L. Quindry
100 How To Use 80 Micro Program Listings
101 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
112 New Products edited by by Mark E. Reynolds
116 Input

80 Microcomputing – Volume 92 – September, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 92


Date
09/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
124

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

31 TRSDOS, Yes; MS-DOS. No Harry Bee Can LeScript cut it in the MS-DOS world?
60 Tandy’s Two New 1000s John D. Wolfskill and Michael E. Nadeau What’s new from Tandy? DOS in ROM, 3-1/2 inch drives, blazing speed, and more.
66 Turning Pro David Goben Converting custom Superscripsit drivers to Scripsit Pro format is a snap. (Disk Series)
73 Calendars to Go Howard W. Mueller Create activity calendars for all occasions. (1000 or 4; Disk Series)
77 Putting It on the Line Henry J. Heuer Plot data on a line graph using your Model 4. (Disk Series)
80 Troubleshooting Your Tandy 1000 Ed Clinton Some common hardware problems are easier to fix than you might think. Here’s how.
92 Beating the Hard-Disk Hodgepodge John B. Harrell III Don’t lose the advantage of owning a hard disk through poor file planning.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series (Load 80)
9 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
11 Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
17 Pulse Train David Essex
22 Reader Forum edited by Paula Noonan
27 Fine Lines Harry Bee
31 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds LeScript 1.70, Open Access II, Software Carousel, First CADD, DS Backup +
56 Express Checkouts edited by Mark E. Reynolds The Color/Mono Video Adapter, Wordstar Professional, Stylewriter
76 The 80 Micro Disk Series: 1000/1200/3000
90 The Home Computerist Michael E. Nadeau
92 John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
95 Public Works Thomas L. Quindry
97 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
100 How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
108 New Products compiled by Mark E. Reynolds
116 Input

80 Microcomputing – Volume 93 – October, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 93


Date
10/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
120

Table of Contents:
       

Features

44 Life Above 640K Jeff Holtzman Give your software more room by expanding your 1000 beyond the “limit.”
56 Land of the Bulging Files William Barton Gain control of cluttered floppies with these handy batch flles. (1000)
60 All the Way to 320K David H. Collins and Roger C. Alford Stuff more memory into your Model 4 or 4P. (Disk Series)
75 CRT Saver Jon Scheer Free yourself from the worry of video burn-in on your Model 4. (Disk Series)
80 Mastering Mail Order Michael E. Nadeau Know what to expect when buying hardware by mail.
87 Business Bargains Thomas L. Quindry The shareware field offers good software to cost-conscious business folk.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series
9 Side Tracks Eric Maloney
11 Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
17 Pulse Train Ron White
20 Reader Forum Paula Noonan
25 Fine Lines Harry Bee
27 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds Newsroom Pro, Newsmaster, DMP 2100, DED86, Proteus, Protracs, RAM B.A.
42 Express Checkouts edited by Mark E. Reynolds Phantasie, The Printer Interface Selector
80 The Home Computerist Michael E. Nadeau
83 John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
87 Public Works Thomas L. Quindy
91 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
104 New Products compiled by Mark E. Reynolds
106 The 80 Micro Disk Series: 1000/1200/3000
109 Fixes and Updates edited by Paula Noonan
112 Input

Directory

Save Your Screen
Article: CRT Saver (p. 75).
System: Model 4, 64K RAM.
Protect your video screen from phosphor burn-in.
Language: Assembly.
Filespecs: CRTSAV/ASM, CRTSAV/FLT.
Upgrade Model 4 Past 128K “Limit”.
Article: All the Way to 320K (p. 60).
System: Model 4/4P. 64K RAM.
Gain four 64K memory banks with this do-it-yourself modification.
Language: Assembly.
Filespecs: 256KDISK/SRC, 256KDISK/CMD.
Model 4 Window Programs
Article: The Next Step (p. 91).
System: Model 4/4P/4D. Pro-Create 4.3a. 64K RAM.
Use “pop-up” windows with your Model 4.
Language: Assembly.
Filespecs: WINLIB/ASM, TESTl/ASM. TESTl/CMD, DEMO/ASM. DEMO/CMD, MACLIB/ASM.
Bonus Program
System: Printer Control, Model 4,64K RAM.
Send decimal control codes to your printer from TRSDOS 6.
Language: Assembly.
Filespecs: PRINT/CMD, BONUS/TXT.

80 Microcomputing – Volume 94 – November, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 94


Date
11/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
118

Table of Contents:

MDENTRY.BAS
MDRANDOM.BAS

       

Features

44. Make It Snappy Bruce Tonkin Bruce’s Basic Compiler converts Basic code to speedy assembly with no run-time system. (1000)
52. Teach Deskmate New Tricks William C. McComas Dress up Deskmate II output in ways you thought weren’t possible. (1000)
57. No More Pencils, No More Rulers John Collicott Create customized graph paper on your Tandy 1000 or Model 4 and dot-matrix printer. (Disk Series)
71. Functions Defined David Andrews DEF FN routines from our readers that you can use in your Tandy 1000 or Model 4 programs.
79. The Business of Life Thomas L. Quindry These shareware and public-domain programs are suitable for the home and office.

Departments

6. The 80 Micro Disk Series: 1000/1200/3000
9. Side Tracks Eric Maloney
10. Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
17. Pulse Train Ron White
20. Reader Forum edited by Paula Noonan
25. Fine Lines by Harry Bee
29. Reviews edited by Mark Reynolds Tornado Notes, Finally!, Checkmaster 1.02, Investor’s Management System, An Introduction to MS/DOS, Zyindex
56. The 80 Micro Disk Series
75. The Home Computerist Michael E. Nadeau
77. John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
79. Public Works Thomas L. Quindry
82. The Next Step Hardin Brothers
86. How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
99. New Products compiled by Mark Reynolds
109. Express Checkouts edited by Mark Reynolds Hicard, Pascal Wizard
111. Fixes and Updates
114. Input

Directory

January-March 1987
January
Checking References, p. 48
REFLIB.BAS
Hidden Attributes, p. 66
SECURE.ASM
SECURE.EXE
February
That Thinking Feeling, p. 42
OUTLINE.BAS
Taking Measure, p. 49
AREA.BAS
Changing of the Guard, p. 60
FILEIT.ASM
FILEIT.COM
March
So. You Want to Buy a House?, p. 54
HOUSE.BAS
Disk Repair 101, p. 42
DISKINFO.PAS
DISKINFO.COM
Bonus Program
September 1986
Making the Grade, p. 68
MARK.BAS
April-June 1087
Payday Made Easy, p. 56
PAYROLL.BAS
May
Quick Boot, p. 46
REBOOT.BAS
Leave the Printing to Spooli, p. 58
SPOOLI.ASM
SPOOLI.COM
Data-Statement generator, p. 80
DATAPOKE.BAS
June
Tandy 1000 Custom Character Generator,. p. 58
CLIPART.BAS
CLIPGEN.BAS
SYMSET1.SET
SYMSET2.SET
SYMSET3.SET
NEW.SET
PICTURE1.PIC
PICTURE2.PIC
John’s MS-DOS Column, p. 93
SWITCHAR.ASM
SWITCHAR.COM
July-September 1987
July
Tally and Track, p. 44
CHEKBOOK.BAS
Taking Stock of Your Stock, p. 50
STOCTRAC.BAS
The No-Nonsense Disk Editor, p. 63
EZEDIT.BAS
TESTGEN.BAS
Easy Labels, p. 76
LABELER.BAS
John’s MS-DOS Column, p. 84
CWD.ASM
CWD.COM
Fixes and Updates, p. 87
CHECKER.BAS
August
Data to Order, p. 69
FAKEOUT.BAS
Communal Data Entry. p. 75
Test Tester, p. 78
TEETEST.BAS
September
Calendars to Go, p. 73
CALMAKER.BAS

80 Microcomputing – Volume 95 – December, 1987


Issue Information:



Volume
# 95


Date
11/87


Load-80
Yes


Pages
116

Table of Contents:
       

Features

46 Add Pizzazz to Your Characters David Goben Enhance your Tandy 1000’s video display with customized text characters.
55 80 Micro Resource Guide David Andrews. Paula Noonan, and Thomas Quindry Listings for bulletin boards, user groups, and vendors of Model I/III/IV products and Tandy 1000 add-ons.
69 Label Your Disks. . .Automatically William McMullan Print up to 24 names on a standard mailing label. (Tandy 1000 or Model 4. Disk Series)
81 Ready References Michael E. Nadeau MS-DOS texts no novice should be without.

Departments

6. The 80 Micro Disk Series: 1000/1200/3000
9. Side Tracks Eric Maloney
13. Feedback Loop Mercedes Silver
23. Pulse Train Ron White
26. Reader Forum edited by Paula Noonan
29. Fine Lines by Harry Bee
31. Reviews edited by Mark Reynolds W.O.R.K at Home; PEP; Freeway; First Publisher; Baker’s Dozen; PC-Type+
40. Express Checkouts edited by Mark Reynolds PC Tools 3.20; Q-DOS II
79. John’s MS-DOS Column John B. Harrell III
81. The Home Computerist Michael E. Nadeau
86. The 80 Micro Disk Series
87. Public Works Thomas L. Quindry
89. The Next Step Hardin Brothers
94. How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
99. New Products compiled by Mark Reynolds
110. Input

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