REPORTED PROBLEM AND THEIR RESOLUTIONS The following Access III Version 1.0 problems are fixed in version 1.1. 1) Access III V1.0 used from Business Basic does not abort the entry of the name of the file to transmit by pressing the ESCAPE key. Resolution in Version 1.1: fixed. 2) When used from Business BASIC, Access III prevents your system from running many programs, including the VOLUMES program. Resolution in Version 1.1: Fixed. 3) Pathnames for non-block files or devices were accepted as valid files to transmit. Resolution in Version 1.1: Only block file pathnames are accepted. The criteria used is: if there is a leading period, there MUST be an embedded slash. 4) Access III displays the open-apple character upon receiving the ASCII 127 character, a character used by many systems as a pad character. Resolution in Version 1.1: ASCII 127 is eliminated by the recording filter. 5) When prompted for the name of your file to be transmitted, the system indicated that pressing ESCAPE would abort--RETURN must also be pressed after pressing ESCAPE. Resolution in Version 1.1: The message states ESCAPE - RETURN is required. 6) It is easy to forget to turn on the recording filter, the typical way files are recorded. Resolution in Version 1.1: The recording filter is ON by default. 7) The recording file name couldn't be changed in version 1.0 Resolution in Version 1.1: The Set-Up menu gives you the option to change the recording file name. 8) Access III does not decipher Pascal text files. Resolution in Version 1.1: Pascal text files are now recognized by their SOS file type code. The header is NOT transmitted, though all DLE sequences are correctly expanded. 9) The Version 1.0 manual states a backup disk is included in the package. One diskette, the master diskette is included in this package. Resolution in Version 1.1: Inclusion of a backup diskette is unnecessary as users are able to make their own backups.