The instructions on page 36 for creating a Business Basic bootable diskette are misleading. Here is another way: 1. Use System Utilities to format disk with name APPLCOM. 2. Copy the files SOS.KERNAL, SOS.INTERP, and SOS.DRIVER from the Business Basic disk to APPLCOM. 3. Copy the files ACCESS3, ACCESS3.INV, ACS3FONT from the Apple Access III disk to APPLCOM. 4. Use the System Configuration Program to add RS232.DRIVER to /APPLCOM/SOS.DRIVER. 5. RENAME ACCESS3, HELLO 6. Type the following commands to restore the cursor wrap-around feature when you exit Access3: LOAD HELLO 45 PRINT CHR$(4) SAVE HELLO 7. Re-boot the system with /APPLCOM in the built-in drive. Please refer to chapter 4 of the Apple III Owner's Guide for instructions on formatting diskettes, copying files, and using the System Configuration Program.