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   You're assumptions about the Macrodiag commands are correct.  The ?m or ?h 
switch will just point out to which file (Menu or Help) to look for the 
keyword.  The S/G values are global and the asterisk numbers are special S/G's 
used internal to the editor.  Mostly used in HP situations.  These values are 
only accessible through MacroDiag or through a self developed MeNu file similar
to Macrodiag.  The Menu's can use ?sg inside of a list box which will display 
all current values of system S/G's.  ?sg is available only in Type K Help frame
List boxes.

  Thanks for the "Copy Nul Temp.tmp", Silly me.  I've tested it on my machine 
and go the same results.  I am going to consult our development team to find 
out the rules for Apfil.

The "Standard" font is simply a copy of the internal courier font and it does 
exist in all factory issued PRN files.  To maximize your text on screen, use 
default values of <><>.  That command is the same as a null
PT.  The commands you have tried to perform this task are correct.  There is a 
default which may be useful to you in WYSIWYG.  The default SI (Screen 
Resolution) can be adjusted to fit your needs.  I determined my SI value by 
taking what Sig defaulted me to , then taking the values displayed when I 
commented out the Default SI in the Settings.dfl file, and going halfway 
between.  The SI parameters are h,v where h is the horizontal resolution and v 
is the vertical resolution.  That will give you a full WYSIWYG screen.  Let me
know how it comes out.