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The VIEWLOG option provides the capability of viewing the log files, located in your directory, on your screen. You will be given a list of the log files along with the date and time that the log was executed.

accessing the program

The program may be executed by typing:

Menu>VIEWLOG

Or by pressing the [jt:DO] key and choosing the "View Batch Logs" option in the pop up menu box.

sample screen



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|                                                                              |
|Directory of files              Date                      Size                |
|                                                                              |
|  DO.LOG                       31-DEC-1999 11:57:52.97    4K                  |
|  SAMPLE.LOG                   03-JAN-2000 09:09:00.95    8K                  |
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|                 <Q>uit <T>op <B>ottom <W>idth <P>age <F>ind <N>ext <S>ave    |
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  • To view any of the listed files, move your cursor to the log file to be viewed and press the [SELECT] key. The file will be displayed and the arrow keys may be used to move around the file.
  • By pressing the "S" key or [KP-MINUS], the current text file can be saved to a user defined filename. This can also be used to save a portion of the file by selecting a block of text using the [SELECT] key.
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