Application software often uses direct cursor addressing, enabling you to access specific portions of your display screen. Since a variety of computers use CP/M software, the program diskette itself, or an accompanying utility diskette, often contains a menu allowing to you conveniently configure the software for your system. The item you select from the menu informs the system to send the appropriate command to your system to achieve the desired screen effect. Many CP/M programs for sale work with the Apple II CP/M systems; however, since the Apple III is relative newcomer to the CP/M world, applications may have to be formatted to operate with it. To format an Apple II CP/M program onto an Apple III diskette: 1. Boot with the Apple III "CP/M Master" Diskette. 2. When you see the prompt A>: type "COPY". 3. When the copy program prompts you with a "*": remove the Master Diskette from you disk drive: insert the Apple II diskette. 4. Place a blank diskette into drive 2. 5. Next type: "B:=A:/S/V". 6. When advised that the operation is complete, and asked if you want another operation: insert the Apple III CP/M Master Diskette into drive 1: type "N". 7. When you see the input prompt A>: type "PIP". 8. Upon prompted with a "*": type "B:DRIVER.SOS=A:". (This will transfer a copy of the driver file to the new diskette). The resultant copy will be an Apple III system diskette containing all the Apple II files.