Figure 8-2.Joint Messageform (NAVGRAM).
simplified the process and reduced the number of
errors associated with composing messages. The
greatest difference between computerized and
noncomputerized methods ids the use of the PC to
prepare, store, and deliver messages on diskettes.
Diskettes containing messages must be prepared
with a software system compatible with formats
used by the Naval Telecommunications Center.
Any diskette received at the Telecommunications
Center that cannot be read because it was
prepared with incompatible software or in an
incompatible format will be rejected. Consult local
instructions for the proper procedures and
formatting you should use to prepare messages.