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Using ProTEXT with XScribe 2001 Software
XScribe Problem: My ASCII file from XSCRIBE 2001 isn't formatted correctly.
Fix: Try the following settings, contributed by XSCRIBE users.

EDIT STYLE SETTINGS for XScribe XEC 2001 USERS
Performing this task when all else fails.
To setup a style sheet in 2001 which will create a properly formatted ASCII text file.
From the TRANSLATE menu inside XScribe 2001

Select EDIT STYLE OPTIONS

You may create an edit style sheet under a new name, or just change the settings on the default form, which is what we recommend doing. You never "lose" the built-in default settings by changing them. Anytime you want to create a new style sheet, the old settings will pop right up again.


Try these settings in XSCRIBE 2001- when making an ASCII file
 Starting page #:   1  Page Length:       528    Left Margin:   0
 Text line spacing: D  Line feed spacing:   8    Right Margin: 61
 Line # spacing:    D  Character spacing:  12    Indent text:   0
 Lines per page:   25  Print timestamps:    N
 
 Text Col. 1 pos.: 170  Mode: M   Text line 1 pos: 36     Mode:  A
 Horizontal page # pos:  840      Vertical page # position: 20
 Horizontal line # pos:   98      Line number period:        1
 Starting question number: 0      Box weight:       (0-20):  3 

 Text frame Top: 8   Bottom: 488   Left: 178    Right: 939