The Ultimate Wheel
If you're tired of wading through volumes of literature just to find a simple command code for your program the solution may be as simple as the basic wheel.
Wheel Ease Reference has introduced the Wheel Ease Software Guide which puts into a simple Framework major command codes for many software packages. You look along the outside ring of the wheel and find the task you're trying to accomplish—create a new directory for example. Next line up the ???inner wheel's window with the name of the task, and the command you need appears in the command-code window.
While Wheel Ease Reference has been around for sometime it has just recently entered the U.S. market. Wheels are available for DOS and for many applications including WordStar, WordPerfect, Lotus 1.2.3, and Crosstalk XVI.
Until the end of September, Wheel Ease Reference will offer wheels for free. You pay only $4 for postage and handling.
For information contact Wheel Ease Reference 1075 Bellevue Way NE. Suite 369. Bellevue, Washington 98004: (206) 583-0642.