Q68931: Using the Microsoft Mouse with Open Access III
Article: Q68931 Product(s): See article Version(s): 1.00 Operating System(s): MS-DOS Keyword(s): ENDUSER | | mspl13_basic Last Modified: 10-FEB-1991 The Microsoft Mouse can be successfully used with the application Open Access III by performing the following steps: 1. Copy the Open Access III files MMENU.DEF and MMENU.MNU to the MOUSE1 subdirectory. 2. Copy the file MENU.COM to the MOUSE1 subdirectory. 3. Load the Microsoft Mouse driver. 4. Go to the MOUSE1 subdirectory and type: MENU MMENU You should get a "Menu Installed" message. 5. Go to the Open Access III subdirectory and start the Open Access III program. If this sequence does not work, you may have problems with memory resident software. In which case, perform the above steps after doing a "clean boot" with a copy of the original DOS floppy disk. You may obtain the MENU.COM program by calling Microsoft Product Support (Hardware). Open Access III is an integrated function application that combines a database, a word processor, and a spreadsheet into one application. The product is developed and marketed by Software Products International. The technical support number is (800) 937-4774. The Software Products International product referenced here is manufactured by a vendor independent of Microsoft; we make no warranty, implied or otherwise, regarding the product's performance or reliability.
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