PICO Commands

PICO Commands

The bottom two lines of your PICO editing screen list the available editing commands. Each character typed is automatically inserted into the file at the current cursor position.

Editing commands and curser movement (besides arrow keys) are given to pico by typing special control- key sequences. A caret (^), is used to denote the control key, sometimes marked "CTRL", so the CTRL-q key combination is written as ^Q.


EDT Template

EDT Template

EDT is part of the CARS/Jenzabar-CX application. The template below corresponds to the numeric keypad on a standard windows computer keyboard.

Accepting New Host Key

When Admin server is upgraded you have to accept a new host key.  Once you have accepted the new host key you will not have to do this again until the next upgrade.

For PC

When logging into Admin you will get the following pop window. Click on Accept & Save.


To accept the new host key you have to first remove the old host key through the terminal.

PICO Text Editor

The PICO Editor

PICO is a text editor that may be used with the CARS/Jenzabar-CX system. PICO is a simple, easy-to-use text editor. PICO is the default editor for e-mail when you are using the ELM application to access your e-mail.

Accessing PICO

PICO Commands

Copying, Text, Searching and Using Help in EDT

Copying Text, Searching and Using Help in EDT

Copying and Pasting Text:

EDT+ does not have two separate functions for cutting and copying text. If you wish to copy text, you cut it, paste to the original position, and then paste it to the new position.

Basic Text Editing Features in EDT

Basic Text Editing Features in EDT

All of the commands used by EDT are accessed via the Numeric keypad. The numbers used for functions are KEYPAD numbers. The PF1 key is the Numlock or Clear key. You must use the <Enter> key from the Numeric keypad.

Navigation Keys:

ADVANCE (4) changes the cursor movement to forward.

BACKUP (5) changes the cursor movement to backward.

TOP (PF1/5) brings you to the top of the document.

BOTTOM (PF1/4) brings you to the bottom of the document.