Each menu has its own help file.
Text input is not case-sensitive.
Some dialog boxes are permitted to stay on the screen indefinitely. They can be closed by clicking a button named “close”, or by pressing Esc.
When a window or dialog box is active, its title bar is highlighted. To select different parts of an active dialog box, you can use the Tab key instead of the mouse.
You can interrupt lengthy processes by pressing Q. The title bar of the active window will remind you.
Some menu items open “text windows” — these are tables or lists of other sorts. Using their menu bars, the contents of a text window can be printed, saved as a text file, put on the clipboard as text, edited, and so forth.
Functional notation requires parentheses. For example, you must type sin(x) instead of sin x.
To copy selected text material from an edit box to the clipboard, press Ctrl+C. To insert material from the clipboard into an edit box, press Ctrl+V.
To restore initial program settings, or if you suspect that an initialization file has been damaged, check Use defaults before opening a new window.
The initialization files produced by Winstats are