Natural on the PC, like Natural on the mainframe, is “page oriented”.
There are two terms you need to understand, “physical page” and “logical page”
Physical page on the mainframe is dictated by the size of your monitor and settings for your system.
Logical page (mainframe) is dictated by settings for the parameter PS (page size).
If you have PS greater than your mainframe monitor setting; two possibilities exist.
If you are going to write a page that is greater than the monitor setting, you will see the first screen, and it will have the characters VVVV at the bottom of the page. This means there is more output below for the page you are looking at. When you reach the end of the logical page, you will see MORE.
On your PC, this situation is handled differently. You will see a scroll bar to the right of your output. Thus you can scroll up and down a logical page.
On the PC, therefore, there really is no need to distinguish VVVV and MORE. Therefore, nothing is shown. To go to the next logical page, you merely hit enter.