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#1
Below is (verbatim) the first part of an email notice I got announcing a new thread. Missing are the author's name, the forum name, and the message text.
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vefatica,
 
posted a new thread in your watched forum "" at Take Command and TCC/LE - Windows command processors.
 
"Kind of a out-of-curiosity question re. the "Function" command..."
 
This is the message they posted:
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#3
Below is (verbatim) the first part of an email notice I got announcing a new thread. Missing are the author's name, the forum name, and the message text.
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vefatica,
 
posted a new thread in your watched forum "" at Take Command and TCC/LE - Windows command processors.
 
"Kind of a out-of-curiosity question re. the "Function" command..."
 
This is the message they posted:
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Can you send me a screenshot of that message? (It looks like you're viewing the text version, not the html version.)
 
#4
Can you send me a screenshot of that message? (It looks like you're viewing the text version, not the html version.)
I'll do that the next time there's a new thread. Here's what notification of a reply looks like.

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vefatica,
 
David Marcus replied to a thread you are watching at Take Command and TCC/LE - Windows command processors.
 
    "Questions about @Assoc and @FType..."
 
This is the message they posted:
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But, just out of curiosity, where is that documented? I'm pretty sure that Rex is just using the standard Windows "help engine", but I have no idea where that would be documented.
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The Take Command Help says, "The TCC help system (tcmd.chm) uses Microsoft's HTMLHelpViewer (HH.EXE) included in all versions of Windows." Microsoft's documentation is far from perfect, but if I run the Windows Vista Help and enter "Help Viewer", the first result displayed is "Keyboard shortcuts". Clicking on this gives a page that includes "Windows Help viewer keyboard shortcuts". This lists Ctrl+F.
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