Re: [DeScribe] Manuals on Ebay
- On Thu, 06 Feb 2003 15:30:26 +0100, Dr. Martin R. Hadam wrote:
>On Wed, 5 Feb 2003 22:42:19 -0800, Patrick West wrote:Yes, there was a full set of manuals.
I have several copies of DeScribe as well. I purchased my copy of
4.0 simply for the manuals.
The Tutorial & the Macro Manual are about the height and
width of a Watchtower or Awake magazine. Say 9 by 7
paperbound The Macro Manual is about 3/4s of an inch thick,
the Tutorial is not even a 1/2 inch thick.
The Reference Manual pages are about 5 by 8 in a binder
Please note that I don't know anything about the seller and
he has only a newbie rating on ebay
>Hello Patrick,Patrick West, handhelds@... on 02/06/2003
>>I have 4.0 and all the above docs and the Marco manual alone is
>Thank you for the pointer. I had seen this but was not aware that
>there is any kind of manual other than the book by Esther Schindler.
>This is the only one I have. Does this mean there *was* a genuine
>Describe manual as described in your mail? Sorry for bothering you
>with my question - but I have several Describe licenses, including
>the latest ones (so I really do not need one more) but I would no
>mind a proper manual.
>Thank you for taking the time to respond!
>With all best wishes
>Martin R. Hadam Kinderklinik - Medizinische Hochschule D-30623
>Hannover Germany Email: Hadam.Martin@...
>>Reference Manual; 919pp. -- 3 D-ring bound manual describing all the
>>features functions of DeScribe.
>>Tutorial; 243pp. -- Softcover manual describing usage of DeScribe by
>>Macro Manual; 254pp. -- Usage and reference manual for the DeScribe
>>macro language and customization facility.