Hints for MAESTRO Users
Maestro was also known as: XScribe Maestro
How to Create a proper ASCII text file using Maestro
From the Main Menu in Maestro: Select PRINT Select Modify Printer Driver Printer Control 1 - Driver Name [.TXT file with form feed] 2 - Device Number [1-7,X] X 3 - Characters Per Tick [1-17] 99 4 - Printer can Backspace [Y/N] N 5 - Lines per Page [0-255] 6 - Start Boldface [ ] 7 - Cancel Boldface [ ] 8 - Start Underline [ ] 9 - Cancel Strikethrough [ ] A - Start Strikethrough [ ] B - Cancel Strikethrough [ ] C - Setup String #1 [ ] D - Setup String #2 [ ] E - Setup String #3 [ ] Line (above)Puts PAGE BREAKS in the ASCII FILE. Line (above)Eliminates unwanted BLANK LINES at the bottom of each page. NOTE: Change only items  and  above, then make your ASCII file.
Suggested MAESTRO SETUP (optional, doesn't pertain to ProTEXT)
Case Formats TEXT.FMT 1 - Header Start Line [0-255] 0 2 - Transcript Start Line [0-255] 3 3 - Transcript Lines per Page [0-255] 25 4 - Footer Start Line [0-255] 0 5 - Transcript Spacing [V/D/S] D 6 - Print using ALL CAPS [Y/N] N 7 - Transcript Start Column [1-255] 4 8 - Transcript Line Length [1-71] 58 9 - Line Number Column [0-255] 2 A - Question Number Column 0 B - Line Number Skip [1-255] 1 C - Question Number Skip [1-255] 1 D - Draft Printer Name [PDF] 0GLOBAL E - Final Printer Name [PDF] TEXT F - Misc. Printer Name [PDF] TEXT G - Insert File [INS] 0GLOBAL
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