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2.2 Running Blood 3.0

Once Blood 3.0 has been opened, a screen containing the Main Menu will appear:


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Selecting menu headings and menu items

Within a windows environment, the mouse can be used to select menu headings and menu items, to enter data, and to select a format in which to view the results. In addition, or when running Blood 3.0 in a DOS environment, the following keys can be used:

Arrow keys The Up-Down and Left-Right arrow keys can be used to move up and down and between menu selections.

ENTER key The [Enter] key can be used to select menu options and to signal completed input of data into fields.

TAB key The [Tab] Key can be used to move in the forward direction between entry fields within any of the menu selection screens. Using both the [Shift] and [Tab] keys together allows movement in the reverse direction between entry fields.

ESC key The [Esc] key can be used to return to a higher menu level.

ALT key The [Alt] key, in combination with one of the letters underlined in the list of menu options, can be used to view the menu options. The [Alt] key, in combination with one of the letters underlined in the list of menu selections, followed by the [Enter] key, can be used to select an option.