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    unlike Talmud Bavli, pagination is not. Our page numbering follows the
    have come across three different methods for handling parentheses
    - Headings
    for example, for which no standard method exists other than using a
    two allow us to accurately represent the structure of "Shirat Hayyam",
    occurrences of "Shabbat" in Hilchot Shabbat and do not limit the search
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    beginning of the line (like lots of BackSpaces).
    context of the topics to which they relate. As a quick reference aid,
    from the following examples, MTR does not

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    You can now use any of the text-browsing keys to move forward or
    as follows: " p s x " . As you type, the word will appear, in
    if you use a Windows word-processor it must be able to read DOS-
    represent the Hebrew alphabet.
    Having loaded MTR, the next step is to learn how to use it and how to
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    will usually follow one of two main formats.
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    copyrighted work. Please read this at least once.
    backward (within the current file) and, when you are ready, press
    15.1 in the Bible in the

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    c. Scroll the text again until the first line that you do not want
    Windows 9x, though they do work under the Windows 9x DOS-emulation
    Windows word-processors.)
    lots of Dels).
    Minimum installation consists of the MTR software (0.6Mb) and Mishneh
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    already in concordance mode.
    While you cannot copy to the XP ClipBoard, if you use MTR4XP or MTRE4XP
    unlike Talmud Bavli, pagination is not. Our page numbering follows the
    3 searching text only
    and Talmud

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    This takes you, first, to the very end of the current file, sets
    3 searching text only
    format to the way it is laid out in a Torah scroll. You will be able
    French and German. The Hebrew screen fonts for DOS supplied for IBM
    text. That is, the first character first, the second character second,
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    reading this.
    bottom of the screen. Press <F10> again for more commands.
    (the same key-stroke as used in English for double quotes).
    The upper-ASCII characters are used, on IBM-type computers, to
    be *

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    1 the Hebrew keyboard layout
    with the standard DOS screen font.
    Bible's main page the volumes are divided into three groups, and on the
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    are treated by MTR as though they were followed by a space just like
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    is: "Rashb""i" "r' Shimon" "rabbi Shimon". Enter:
    according to the IBM-862 encoding scheme.
    various points in the process, both during a search, and at the main
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