Letter Head Designer
Written by Piers Wilson.
Hold <SHIFT> and tap <BREAK> or
When the program has loaded you
will be presented with a menu
containing 6 options:
This option will allow you to
print the letter head on an Epson
compatable printer. The computer
will ask you whether you want the
letter head to be underlined, if
you reply with "Y" a line will be
drawn across just below the letter
head on the paper. Then ensure
your printer is ready and press
"P" to start printing. When
printing is finished the printer
will beep and the main menu will
reappear on the screen.
2) This is the option that allows
you to design a letter head. When
selected the screen will clear and
a "Scroll bar" will appear near
the top of the screen. position
this using the "Z" and "X" keys
and press <RETURN> when it is in
position. The word "Thinking"
will then appear and the computer
will expand the selected area in
the edit window. When it has
finished "Editing" will appear and
a flashing cursor will be in the
top left corner. Move this about
using Z,X,* and / with <RETURN> to
set a pixel and <DELETE> to blank
a pixel. As you are editing the
design will be echoed in the top
window. When you are happy
pressing <ESCAPE> will return you
to the main menu.
When selected you will be prompted
for a filename. Do not use a
directory path, just type a name
up to 7 characters and press
<RETURN>. All files are saved in
the directory "L"
This allows you to load a
previously designed file into the
computer for printing and/or
This will clear the current letter
head. It can be used if you want
to start again.
The final option, Quit, will end
the program, after first checking
with the user that it is okay to
ADFS users will need to create a
directory for the letter heads to
go in. This can be done with the
The printer dump is in PROCprint.
It prints in quad-density on Epson
compatables. Consult your printer
manual if yours is not Epson
Look out for version 2.00.
Features double resolution, better
editing, file compression when
saved, mode conversion and import
This program is public domain, it
can be freely copied/distributed
and there are no restrictions for
its use (eg. site licenses).