A perfect computer-based, on-screen learning guide to MS-DOS 5 packed with hands-on examples, exercises, and lessons. Features ATI's qTeach Yourself MS-DOS 5q disk-based tutorial and covers all essential DOS commands for vital computer productivity.Copying files from the DOS prompt requires you to use the DOS command COPY , along with the correct parameters and/or switches. As mentioned in Lesson 9, using the COPY command is the preferred method for copying files, because it is anbsp;...
|Title||:||Hands-on MS-DOS 5|
|Author||:||James D. Watson, Jeffrey Dane Watson|
|Publisher||:||Que Pub - 1992-05-01|