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LMAETC04 - 57 CHAPTER 1 This chapter summarizes the PWB...

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57 CHAPTER 1 This chapter summarizes the PWB user interface. It contains: u General information on starting PWB. u Instructions on how to use elements of the PWB screen. u A description of the indicators on the status bar. u A summary of every PWB menu command. u Instructions on how to use menus and dialog boxes. Starting PWB \z "USERIW.DOC-1001" You can start PWB in either of the following ways: u From the the Windows operating system Program Manager u From the operating-system command line From the Command Line Û To start PWB from the command line: At the operating-system prompt, type: PWB [[ options ]] [[ filename ]] PWB starts with its default startup sequence. For a complete list of PWB options and their meanings, see “PWB Command Line” on page 131. Sometimes, you will want to modify the default startup sequence. The following procedures are examples of how you can start PWB to accommodate different circumstances. \z "USERIW.DOC-1003" \z "USERIW.DOC-1004" Û To start PWB with an existing PWB project: Type PWB /PP project . mak PWB opens the specified project and the files that you were working on with the project. Û To start PWB with the project you used in your last session: Type PWB /PL As with the previous option, the /PL option opens a project and Filename: 53b43b1f8b68ecff474831ec9fcf0a5ce6c184df.doc Project: Template: Author: Last Saved By: Revision #: 0 Page: 57 of 33 Printed: 10/28/92 07:41 A10/P10
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Environment and Tools arranges your screen as it was when you left PWB. \z "USERIW.DOC-1005" \z "USERIW.DOC-1006" \z "USERIW.DOC-1007" \z "USERIW.DOC-1008" Û To start PWB quickly for editing a file such as CONFIG.SYS: Type PWB /DAS /t CONFIG.SYS This command suppresses autoloading of extensions and status files (/DAS). It also tells PWB not to remember CONFIG.SYS for the next PWB session (/t CONFIG.SYS). Using the Windows Operating System Program Manager \z "USERIW.DOC-1009" \z "USERIW.DOC-1010" \z "USERIW.DOC-1011" Microsoft Windows offers features that can enhance program development, particularly if you plan to develop Windows-based applications. You can edit and build your application in an MS-DOS session and then immediately run it under the Windows operating system. See Getting Started for a full description of how to set up Windows operating system icons for MASM in the Windows Program Manager. \z "USERIW.DOC-1012" \z "USERIW.DOC-1013" \z "USERIW.DOC-1014" To start PWB with Windows, double-click the PWB icon. \z "USERIW.DOC-1015" \z "USERIW.DOC-1016" \z "USERIW.DOC-1017" \z "USERIW.DOC-1018" \z "USERIW.DOC- 1019" \z "USERIW.DOC-1020" You can add a Program Item to the Program Manager for each project you are working on. Use the PIF editor to open PWB.PIF, and then choose Save As on the File menu to create a .PIF file with the same base name as your project. Next, use the Optional Parameters text box to specify the /PF or /PP options
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