|SignWriting List Forum|
Valerie Sutton |
Date: Fri Nov 27, 1998 4:25 pm
Subject: Printing from Windows
November 27, 1998
Dear SW List!
Below is a message from a member of the SignWriting List, Reverend
Dettloff, who is using SignWriter 4.3 in MS-DOS. As you all know, you can
download the shareware for free from our web site at:
We give free technical support anytime, so you are always welcome to
contact me if you have problems using SignWriter. Reverend Dettloff had
trouble printing, so he called me and I gave him tech support over the
phone. I left him with some ideas he could try. Here is his response...
Subject: printer success
From: (Ronald H. Dettloff)
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 1998 11:33:57 EST
Thanks for your help on the phone. I finally figured out how to hook it
up. For the information of others who may have the same problem.
1. My printer is a Panasonic Laser printer
I went into the printer setup on Windows. Read my instruction manual.
There is a setup for DOS programs working within Windows. It will only
print if I go into Windows first. If anyone has questions. E-mail me.
2. I need to know what liberties the copyright on your program gives the
purchaser. Am I allowed to teach it? Can I make copies of the pages, or
disks, for others, or do they need to purchase the materials themselves.
Can we print or write in SignWriting without your permission. Please
Also suppose we wanted to publish a book in printed in SW. Would we need
special permission? Please advise.
Ron (Pastor from "The Deaf Church" in Michigan
Valerie Sutton at the DAC
Deaf Action Committee for SW
Center For Sutton Movement Writing
an educational nonprofit organization
Box 517, La Jolla, CA, 92038-0517, USA