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80 Microcomputing – Volume 96 – January, 1988


Issue Information:



Volume
# 96


Date
01/88


Pages
100


Load-80
No

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

28 Special Delivery Bruce Tonkin Make the most of your mailing list with our full-featured program
42 Testing All Keys Dale Rogerson Display ASCII and scan codes for any key you prress.
49 Same Old Routines George King Recycle often-used routines for efficient programming.
56 Blazing Black and White Joel S Avren Print out Microillustrator graphics on a plain dot-matrix printer.
72 The 80 Micro Annual Index All the features and reviews from 1987 by category.
82 Sounding Off on the 1000 Hardin Brothers Learn how to take advantage of the 1000’s unique sound capabilities.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series Index
8 Side Tracks Michael E Nadeau
11 Feedback Loop edited by Beverly Woodbury
15 Pulse Train by Ron White
19 Info Line compiled by Mark E. Reynolds
24 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds PC-Sprint l000A, Dayflo Tracker, Macro Assembler 5.0, Silk 1.0, Xchange, Printer Marshall
70 Fine Lines Harry Bee
77 Reader Forum edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
80 How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 97 – February, 1988


Issue Information:



Volume
# 97


Date
02/88


Pages
114


Load-80
No

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

34 Demystifying Config.SYS Lewis Rosenfelder Use this DOS file to create an ideal computing environment for you.
49 Help Yourself! David Goben Make your own pull-down windows.
47 The Amazing Shrinking Program Robert W Gipson Condense or expand your Basic programs as needed.
48 Basic as Fast As It Can Harry Bee Tips to get more speed from Basic programs.
61 Ready, Aim, Fire! Dale Rogerson Delete multiple files quickly from a disk directory.
91 Sounding Off On the 1000: Encore Hardin Brothers Use these programs to make music.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series Index
8 Side Tracks Michael E Nadeau
10 Feedback Loop edited by Beverly Woodbury
14 Pulse Train Ron White
24 Info Line compiled by Mark E Reynolds
28 Reviews edited by Mark E. Reynolds Norton Utilities 4.0 and Advanced Edition; Ability Plus; Checks & Balances; Lap-Link 2.05; Smartwatch; T/Master; Popdrop
76 How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
84 Reader Forum edited by Mare-Anne Jarvela
86 Fine Lines Harry Bee
91 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
108 Input

80 Microcomputing – Volume 98 – March, 1988


Issue Information:



Volume
# 98


Date
03/88


Load-80
No

Table of Contents:
       

On The Cover

30 The 1000 TX: Vive la Difference David A. Williams How does Tandy’s top 1000 model compare with the rest of the PC-compatible world?
36 Menus a la Carte William McMullan Design your menus for reuse.
41 Files by Number David Lithauser Call up data files with just one keystroke.
46 Page Previewer Dale Rogerson See how your document will appear on paper before you print it.
51 The Big Backup David A Williams An orderly approach is best when backing up a hard drive’s files.

Departments

6 The 80 Micro Disk Series (Load 80)
8 Side Tracks Michael E Nadeau
13 Feedback Loop
16 Pulse Train Ron White
20 Info Line compiled by Mark E. Reynolds
26 Reviews Keynotes, Xywrite III Plus, Show Me!, American Investor and Millionaire II, EZ-Forms Executive 1.2, Bookmark 1.2
65 Advertiser Index
66 Reader Forum
68 Fine Lines Harry Bee
70 How To Use 80 Micro Program Listings
71 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
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Quarterly Directory

July-September 1987
July
Tally and Track, p. 44; Taking Stock of Your Stock, p. 50; The No-Nonsense Disk Editor, p. 63; Easy Labels, P. 87; John’s MS-DOS Column, p.84; Fixes and Updates, p. 87
August
Data to Order, p. 69; Communal Data Entry, p. 75; Test Tester; p. 78
September
Calendars to Go, p. 73
October-December 1987
October
Life Above 640K (Turbo Pascal), p. 44; Land of the Bulging Files, p. 56
November
Make It Snappy, p. 44; No More Pencils, No More Rulers, p. 57
December
Add Pizzazz to Your Characters, p. 46; Label Your Disks … Automatically, p. 69
January – March 1988
January
Special Delivery, p. 28; Testing All Keys, p. 42; Same Old Routines, p. 49; The Next Step, p. 82
February
Help Yourself!, p. 41; The Amazing Shrinking Program, p. 47; Ready, Aim, Fire!, p. 61; The Next Step, p, 91
March
Menu a la Carte, p. 36; Files by Number, p. 41; Page Previewer, p. 46; The Next Step, p. 71

80 Microcomputing – Volume 99 – April, 1988


Issue Information:



Volume
# 99


Date
04/88


Load-80
No


Pages
86


TOSEC
80 Microcomputing v99 (1988)(CW Communications)

Table of Contents:
FEATURES
28 Smaller Is Bigger
John M. Gregg
Adding a 3-1/2 inch drive to your 1000 is cheap and easy.
33 Sending Printer Codes from Your 1000
Bill Newmiller
Learn how to write batch and command files that give you greater control over your printer.
39 Tandy’s 1000 HX: Easy Home Companion
Eric Grevstad
Innovative ideas hit the home market in the right spot.
43 Making Macros
Jack Alban
Save keystrokes by assigning often-used key combinations to macro commands.
51 A Routine to Watch Over Me
Leonard Jackson
Catch typing mistakes on the fly with this error-trapping subroutine.
DEPARTMENTS
6 The 80 Micro
Disk Series Index
8 Side Tracks
Michael E. Nadeau
10 Feedback Loop
16 Pulse Train
Ron White
18 Info Line
22 Reviews
Konan KXP-230Z, Drive Maximizer, Universal Keyboard Adapter, Enhanced Keyboard, Magic Mirror, Microhelp Utility, Zoom / Moderm HC 2400, Rightwriter 2.1
65 Index to Advertisers
69 Reader Forum
70 Fine Lines
Harry Bee
72 How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
73 The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 100 – May, 1988


Issue Information:



Volume
# 100


Date
05/88


Load-80
No


Pages
86


Size
54.1MB

Table of Contents:
FEATURES
26 Low-Cost Integrated Software Eric Grevstad We compare the top five contenders. Which is best for you?
30 Integrated Alternatives Eric Grevstad Don’t need all the features usually found in integrated packages? Check out these products.
34 David S. Veale The Tandy 1400 LT: MS-DOS to Go Tandy hits a bull’s-eye in the PC-compatible laptop market.
36 Maximizing NiCad Life Joe Carr Money- and battery-saving tips for the laptop user.
41 To Graph Where None Have Graphed Before Gerry Lennox Create line, pie, and bar graphs from data in Deskmate’s spreadsheet module.
47 David Williams Make a Note of It Save great ideas, to-do lists, or whatever in a pop-up notepad.
DEPARTMENTS
6 The 80 Micro Disk Series Index
8 Side Tracks Michael E. Nadeau
10 Feedback Loop
16 Pulse Train Ron White
18 Info Line
22 Reviews Asksam 4.0, Varsity Scripsit, Dac-Easy Accounting, DOS Help!, Tech Help!, Word for Word
63 How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
65 Index to Advertisers
66 Fine Lines Harry Bee
68 Reader Forum
70 The Next Step Hardin Brothers
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80 Microcomputing – Volume 101 – June, 1988


Issue Information:



Volume
# 101


Date
06/88


Load-80
No


Pages
84


Size
53.0MB

Table of Contents:
FEATURES
27 User’s Guide To Tandy 1000 Add-Ons
David S. Veale
Our editors round up a herd of hardware upgrades that will help you get the most from your Tandy.
36 Adding an XT-type Hard Drive To Your 1000
David S. Veale
The secret to making hard drives compatible with the 1000 is in the disk controller.
38 The All-Important ROM BIOS
Alan L. Zeichick
Installing the latest ROM BIOS version ensures greater compatiblility.
43 The Virtues of A Virtual Disk
Jack Alban
Cut access time by using part of the computer’s RAM as a pseudo disk drive.
49 Unconventional Characters
Lorenzo Jimenez Briceno
Print customized characters with your DMP 105 or DMP 106 printer.
54 Video Hardcopy
Ed Clinton
Print out text files on your screen before sending them to your printer.
DEPARTMENTS
6 The 80 Micro Disk Series Index
8 Side Tracks
Michael E. Nadeau
10 Feedback Loop
16 Pulse Train
Ron White
18 Info Line
22 Reviews

Memory Mate, Quicken 2.0, Excel, Hard Disk Management with MS-DOS and PC-DOS, In/o-XL 1.0, Supramodem 2400, Nibble Theory 2.1
65 Index to Advertisers
70 How to Use 80 Micro Program Listings
71 Reader Forum
72 Curious Notions
Harry Bee
74 The Next Step
Hardin Brothers
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