xview
starts TECH Help! for interactive browsing.  It is not made RAM-resident.

xview mouse /H
starts TECH Help! and immediately turns to "INT 33H: Mouse Support" topic
and sets the screen to 43-line mode on EGA and 50-line mode on VGAs (/H).
xView is not made RAM-resident.

xview "file alloc"
starts TECH Help! and immediately turns to "File Allocation Table" topic.
Quotes are used to keep the topic as a single lookup parameter.

XVIEW /I /K=CH,CL
installs TECH Help! as a RAM-resident TSR  using about 140K of
conventional memory (/I).  It displays the logo screen and then
returns to DOS.  The hot keys are set to Ctrl+H and Ctrl+L (/K=CH,CL).

Loadhigh XVIEW /I
installs TECH Help! as a TSR.  On many systems, this will use about 90K
of conventional memory and about 50K of upper memory.  Your results can
vary, depending upon UMB availability.

xview /IX /Q
installs TECH Help! as a RAM-resident TSR using about 5K of memory and
will swap to and from extended memory (/IX).  It will not make a big
production about going resident (/Q).  It will use the default keys (Alt+H
and Alt+L) for popping up.

                                                  (ED.BAT)
 @Echo off
 REM ------ make TECH Help! resident while editing
 xview /M=c:\help\tech60.h! /I /Q /K=cF1,cF2
 Edit %1
 xview /U /Q
                                                          
This batch file loads TECH Help! as a TSR, setting its hot keys to
Ctrl+F1 and Ctrl+F2 (/K=CF1,CF2) to avoid conflict with keys used by the
MS-DOS Edit program.  It then runs Edit, passing it a filename to edit.
When you exit from Edit, the batch file then unloads TECH Help! from
memory.  Example...

ed myprog.asm

...will edit MYPROG.ASM and let you use Ctrl+F1 to popup TECH Help!
while editing.

See Also: Notes
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