LocoScript 1

Category: Utility
Year: 1990
Manufacturer: Locomotive Software
Localization: EN
OS: DOS

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#4033[DOS Application] Locomotive Software - LocoScript 1 - Installation Disks.zip530.2 KB0x7CC4B2AEFake?


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On Tuesday November 3, 2009  said:

How do you install this? The installer says "The disc in Drive A: is not an original LocoScript PC Master Disc 1."

On Tuesday May 20, 2008 guest (guest) said:

Locoscript is a powerful word processor for DOS. It was originally used on the Amstrad PCW8256-89512 range of computers.

On Tuesday May 20, 2008 guest (guest) said:

How do I install this? "Please insert the disk labeled: Locoscript Master Disk 1"

On Saturday April 19, 2008 Ken Fletcher (guest) said:

In answer to your comment 'we have no idea what is the software about. I can refer you to:-
SD Microsystems Ltd.
PO Box 99
THETFORD
IP24 1NA
This is a comprehensive Word Processor/Database Application which although originally designed for DOS will run in Windows (except Vista). Please however obtain advice regarding Printers etc, from the above address. You CANNOT use USB Ports with this Application.
The best thing to do is to join their Locoscript 'Club' Support Scheme (Ј20 Per Annum) which will entitle you to ongoing E-Mail Support.
Please also see www. Locoscript.com or better still just type Locoscript into Google.
Best Wishes
Ken Fletcher
stormlamp@btinternet.com

On Tuesday March 25, 2008 guest (guest) said:

Locoscript was a Word Processing program for the Amstrad PCW 8256 and PCW 8512 computers of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Check wiklipedia for details.

On Tuesday March 25, 2008 guest (guest) said:

Locoscript was a Word Processing program for the Amstrad PCW 8256 and PCW 8512 computers of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Check wiklipedia for details.

On Tuesday December 4, 2007 guest (guest) said:

The main difference - I tried it when it came out - with the original version for the PCW, was that Locoscript had been finely tuned to use under CP/M, and it did not work so nicely under DOS. For ex.: Locoscript under CP/M could switch from Latin script to Cyrillic/Greek at the touch of a key (in the 1980's!!!)

On Thursday April 12, 2007 guest (guest) said:

LocoScript started life as the software supplied for the Amstrad PCW series of word processors dating from 1985. This is a DOS version for PCW users upgrading to a PC.