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dtcm_editor(1)		 USER COMMANDS		   dtcm_editor(1)

     dtcm_editor - The TED Environment standalone appointment

     dtcm_editor [filename]

     The dtcm_editor program a stand alone editor for files that
     represent dtcm appointments.  These files are created by
     either mailing appointments from within dtcm, or br dragging
     and dropping appointments from a dtcm editor dialog into
     some kind of permanent store (a dtmail attachment pane, or

     The dtcm_editor allows modifying these appointment files,
     and writing them back out.

     The only available option is to start the dtcm_editor with a
     filename.	This will cause the editor to operate on that
     file, and write out to that file.	If the dtcm_editor is
     started without a file name, it is assumed to have been
     invoked thru tooltalk, and acts as a media alliance editor.

     dtcm_editor supports a number of application resources to
     allow you to configure its behaviour.  The application class
     name for dtcm is Dtcm.  To set application resources, you
     can copy the system default version of this file from
     /usr/dt/app-defaults/<LANG>/Dtcm to a personal version, typ-
     ically ~/app-defaults/Dtcm, and edit it with your changes.

			 This is the executable for dtcm_editor.
			 This is the system-default application
			 defaults file for dtcm_editor.
     Sun Microsystems

TED (1 August 1995)	  Last change:				1

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