The very successful Amstrad PCW8256 and PCW8512 are well-known as word processors and are also powerful computers. As a result, owners can use programs - such as SuperCalc and dBase II that have previously needed large and expensive machines to run. The key to this computing power is the use of the CP/M Plus operating system, a new version of a system that was originally written for professional programmers and users. This book shows which parts of the manual are relevant to individual users' needs and how the command words of CP/M apply. It shows in detail how to go about taking control of the printer and the keyboard when the machine is being used as a computer, rather than a word processor. Many examples and illustrations are provided throughout the book and it is written in a style free from computing jargon.
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