\TEMPand into a sub-directory with your name, then Unzip the menu files and type
installto install a menu. If this is mysterious, review DOS Lesson 2. What you type is bold, what the computer responds is regular, comments are italics:
C:\>cd \temp\robert Change into TEMP\ROBERT C:\TEMP\ROBERT>pkunzip \lcc\menu210.zip Unzip the menu tool C:\TEMP\ROBERT>install Run the Install programHow to Install Your Menu: Take all the defaults, except:
\TEMP\ROBERT) instead of the suggested directory.
How to Edit Your Menu:
bagman10.zipso you can put
bagman.exeon the menu (this may already exist from DOS Lesson 2).
menu.datthat Install created for you. It defines the menu choices using 4 lines each: a description, a directory, the program or command name, and two stars (**) as a separator.
C:\TEMP\ROBERT>pkunzip \lcc\bagman10.zip C:\TEMP\ROBERTT>edit menu.dat