>       You can use the commands DSPAUTL, DSPAUTLDLO, and
> DSPAUTLOBJ to
> *OUTFILE and save the files.

Well, that's a start - then I can save the settings, but getting them
back looks like a manual effort - or at least a program I have to write,
no?

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