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To select the menu you wish to view, press the ALT key, then press the key of the underlined letter in the menu title, or use the RIGHT and LEFT arrow keys to select the menu title you want, then press ENTER. ~Use this command to print the current day's schedule, regardless of the schedule appearing on the screen.

A message will appear asking if you would like to print the Extended Outlook. The Extended Outlook contains a three month calendar and a list of the highlighted items for up to the next 90 days. To highlight an item, use the "Highlight Item" command in the Edit menu. YThe Print Range of Schedules command allows you to print out a number of schedules between specified dates.

Selecting this command will bring up a dialog box into which you can enter the range of the schedules you wish to print. You can also choose options such as the number of schedules that will appear on a page and whether you would like the Extended Outlook printed as well.

In the first area of this dialog box, select the option button labeled "Today" (the present date appears to the right of this button) or the option button labeled "Date:" and enter the date of the first schedule you would like printed.

In the second area, you may choose how many schedules you would like printed. Select the first option button and enter the number of days (schedules) to be printed; or select the option button titled "Date:" and type in the date of the last schedule to be printed.

The next area of the dialog box is where you may indicate how many schedules to be printed per page. Select the first option button and enter the desired number of schedules per page; or select the second option button to have the schedules fill the entire page.

Check the box titled "Extended Outlook" if you would like to print a list of up-coming highlighted events for the next three months. Select the "OK" command button to have the schedules printed. âWhen operating in a DOS or Windows environment, the Export Today's Schedule command will cause the present day's schedule to be written to a file called EXPORT.TXT in the current directory.

A Generic print driver (TTY.DRV) is required to create the export files in the DOS and Windows versions. If under Windows you get the message "Error Establishing Link to Export File" this driver is not present on your system, run Control Panel in Windows and:

1) select "Printers"
2) choose "Add Printer"
3) select "Generic/Text only"
4) when prompted, insert the indicated Windows diskette into the drive.

Note: If the disk you insert does not contain TTY.DRV, Windows will prompt you to insert a different disk.
;When operating in a DOS or Windows environment, the Export Range of Schedules command will allow you to print a number of schedules to a file entitled EXPORT.TXT in the current directory.

Selecting the Export Range of Schedules command will cause a dialog box to be displayed on the screen. In the first area of this dialog box, select the option button labeled "Today" (the present date appears to the right of this button); or the option button labeled "Date:" and enter the date of the first schedule to be printed.

In the second area, you are able to choose how many schedules you would like exported. Select the first option button and enter the number of days for the number of schedules to be exported; or select the option button titled "Date:" and enter the date of the last schedule to be exported.

The next area of the dialog box is where you can indicate how many schedules per page you may have printed. Select the first option button and enter the number of schedules to be printed per page; or select the second option button to have the schedules fill the entire page.

Check the box titled "Extended Outlook" if you would like to print a three month calendar with a list of up-coming highlighted items for the next three months.

Select the "OK" command button to have the schedules printed.
qThe Name command will display on the screen the name of the file where the schedule information is stored. This is helpful for 1 Team users who have the schedules of several users active on the screen at one time. Using this command, you will be able to verify whose schedule you are looking at in cases where the person has not entered their name in the banner line. ÐThe Save command will save changes made during the current session to the TIMEDATA.PAK file. However, since changes are saved automatically every sixty seconds, use of this command is normally not necessary.¥The Exit command will do a "File: Save" and return you to the Windows Program Manager, the DOS prompt, or OS/2 PM; depending on which environment you are working in.kThis command will display information about the program including copyright information and version number.ÑUse this command to enter new items into your schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press "Insert". A dialog box will appear in which you can enter specific information about your item.

When you have completed your session in the definition dialog box, select the "OK" command button and the item will be inserted into the schedule.

To learn more about inserting new items and the definition dialog box, see the help guide entitled "Scheduling".»This command will bring up a definition dialog box for entering a note item into your schedule. Enter the text of the note and select "OK". The item will be labeled "note" and will not conflict with scheduled items nor be calculated into the workload by the color utilization calendar. A shortcut for this command is to press ALT+INSERT.

Select the "View" command button in the definition dilog box to display the entire text of the note.®The Refine Item command will allow you to change previously entered information for the currently selected item. A shortcut for this command is to press ENTER or double-click on an item in the schedules window.

Selecting this command will open the dialog box which contains the information regarding this item that you entered previously. When you have made the desired changes to the data in the dialog box, select "OK". ÔThe Delete Item command will remove the currently selected item from the schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press DELETE while in the Schedules window.

If the item you have selected to delete is a recurring item, the "Delete Item" command will only remove the item from the schedule you are currently viewing. To remove all occurrences of a recurring item, use the "Delete All Occurrences" command; or delete the item from the Alphabetical Items List. ÊThe Delete All Occurrences Item command will remove all instances of a selected recurring item from all schedules. A shortcut for this command is to press CONTROL+DELETE while in the schedules window. pThe Meeting Maker feature is available only in 1 Team. See the help guide entitled "Workgroup Use" for details. ¸The Duplicate Item command will insert a duplicate of the selected item into the schedule directly below the selected item. Shortcut: press quote ( " ) while in the schedules window. –The Mark Item Done command will cause a line to be drawn through the selected item. Shortcut: press SPACEBAR while in the schedule window.

Using this command on an item that is already marked with a line through it will cause the line to be removed, indicating that the item is uncompleted. All items must be marked as done on a past schedule in order for that day's schedule contents to be archived.öThe "Highlight Item" command will cause the selected item to be underlined. Using this command on an item that is already underlined will remove the underline from that item. A shortcut for this command is to press F3 from the schedules window.µUsing the Schedule Item command on an unscheduled item will make it a (floating) scheduled item. If you wish to specify a particular start time for an item, use the Refine Item command an enter a begin time.

Using the Schedule Item command on a scheduled item will make it unscheduled. This toggle feature makes it easy to "undo" the command if you desire. A shortcut for "Schedule Item" is to press F4 from the schedule window.òWith this command the elapsed time of an item in progress can be displayed. The Start Item command will start recording the elapsed time associated with the selected item. The elapsed time along with the duration will be displayed on the schedule line. It will look like this: (:04/:30). The first number is the actual elapsed time, the second is the originally planned duration.

When the item is marked as done, the total elapsed time will be saved and archived along with the item.

If you would like to "restart" a "done" item use the Start Item command again. The "done" item will remain marked as done however a duplicate item will be created and started at the current time. With this method you have a record of the two (or more) segments of time that the item was worked on.

The Start Item command may also be used to manually launch an EXEC or AUTOEXEC item earlier in the day on which it is scheduled. A shortcut for the Start Item command is to press F5 from the schedules window.×The Cut command deletes the selected text from the schedule. The deleted text is placed in a temporary holding area known as the Clipboard. You can then move the text to another Windows or OS/2 PM application with the Paste command. In 1 Team you can also move the item to another person's schedule.

Note: In order for the Cut or Copy commands to be available there must be some text selected. See the "Interface Basics" guide for instructions on how to select text.{The Copy command copies the selected text to the Clipboard so that you may duplicate it elsewhere using the Paste command. ÈThe Paste command inserts the text that is on the Clipboard to the right of the cursor in the current schedule. In order for the Paste command to be available there must be some text which as been placed on the Clipboard via the Cut or Copy commands.

Note: The schedule item will be pasted onto the schedule coresponding to the item's date. To copy an item to a different date, use the Duplicate Item command and then move the copy to the desired date.‘The commands in the Select menu allow you to use the keyboard to select specific schedules and schedule items for viewing, editing or juggling. There are shortcut alternatives to each command in this menu. They are very easy to learn and use. The shortcuts are listed to the right of the commands in the menu. Shortcuts are to be used while in the schedules window, and NOT while in a pull-down menu. To close a pull-down menu without selecting any command press the ESCAPE key.

With a mouse you may select a schedule item by simply clicking on it. To select a schedule for a specific date, you can click on the desired date on the pop-up calendar.§The Prior Item command will select the item above, or prior to, the item currently selected on the schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press the UP arrow key.ªThe Next Item command selects the item below the item currently selected, or the next item, on the schedule. A shortcut for this command is the press the DOWN arrow key.¯The Prior Page command will allow you to view the previous page of a schedule that is too long to view on one screen. A shortcut for this command is to press the PAGE UP key.éThe Next Page command will allow you to view the previous page of a schedule that is too long to view on one screen. In the Select menu, select "Next Page" and press ENTER. A shortcut for this command is to press the PAGE DOWN key.ìThe Prior Schedule command selects the schedule for the date immediately preceding the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press the LEFT arrow key.

If viewing schedules in multiple windows, the Prior Schedule command will select the schedule that appears to the left of the currently selected schedule. If the left-most window on the screen is selected, the Prior Schedule command will change the schedule in that window to the schedule of the previous day.ÔThe Next Schedule command will select the schedule immediately following the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press the RIGHT arrow key.

If you are viewing multiple schedules, the Next Schedule command will select the schedule to the right of the currently selected schedule. If the right-most window on the screen has been selected, the Next Schedule command will change the schedule in that window to the schedule of the next day.DThe Earliest Schedule command will select the earliest schedule of uncompleted items that exists in Active Life. Archived schedules will not be selected. A shortcut for this command is to press the END key. Remember that all items on a schedule for a past day must be marked as done before that schedule will be archived.ŸThe Today's Schedule command will make the schedule for the present day the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press the HOME key.¾The Prior Day command will select the schedule for the day prior to the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press the gray MINUS (-) key near the numeric keypad.ØThe Next Day command will select the schedule for the day after the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press the gray PLUS (+) key near the numeric keypad while in the schedule window.
œThe Prior Week command will select the schedule for the day one week prior to the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press F7.—The Next Week command will select the schedule for the day one week after the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press F8.qThe Specific Date command will allow you to specify the exact date of the schedule you want to view. A shortcut for this command is to press F9 or simply click on the desired date on the pop-up calendar.

When you select the Specific Date command, a dialog box will be displayed on the screen. You may type the date of the schedule you wish to view in the text box.

Type in the date as "month/day/year" with slashes, dashes or spaces between the month, day and year. You may also enter the name of the day of the week for the schedule you want ("Tuesday" or "Friday") or a commonly-used abbreviation ("Tues" or "F").×The commands in the Juggle menu will allow you use keystrokes to move items within a schedule or to different schedules. If you are using a mouse, refer to the section in Using Active Life entitled Juggling Items.

When you move a "floating" item up or down on the schedule, the begin time of the item will adjust automatically. It is possible to move a "fixed" item up and down on the schedule however the begin time you specified will remain the same. This way you can sequence and/or prioritize items to your liking.

If you move an item to a spot where it conflicts with another item or goes outside of the time bounds you designated, the time will appear grayed (or red in OS/2 PM), warning you of the conflict. ÜThe Earlier in Day command will cause the selected item to be moved immediately before the item that appears above it on the schedule, i.e. earlier than that item. A shortcut for this command is to press CTRL+UP arrow.The Later in Day command will cause the selected item to be moved beneath the item that appears directly below it on the schedule, or later than that item. In the Juggle menu, select "Later in Day" and press ENTER. A shortcut for this command is to press CTRL+DOWN arrow.ŒThe Prior Schedule command will cause the selected item to be moved to the previous schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press CTRL+LEFT arrow.

If you are viewing schedules in multiple windows, the Prior Schedule command will transfer the selected item to the schedule, or window, to the left. However, that schedule may not necessarily be the prior day. If you are viewing schedules in multiple windows and the item you wish to move is in the left-most schedule, then the Prior Schedule command will cause the schedule in that window will change to the schedule of the preceding day and the selected item will appear in that schedule. EThe Next Schedule command will cause the selected item to be moved to the following schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press CTRL+RIGHT arrow.

If you are view schedules in multiple windows, the Next Schedule command will transfer the selected item to the schedule, or window, to the right. If you are viewing schedules in multiple windows and the item you wish to move is in the right-most schedule, then the Next Schedule command will cause the schedule in that window to change to the schedule for the next day and the selected item will appear in that schedule. ¼The Prior Week command will move the selected item back to the schedule one week, or seven days, prior to the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press CTRL+F7.¶The Next Week command will move the selected item to the schedule one week, or seven days, ahead of the currently selected schedule. A shortcut for this command is to press CTRL+F8.JThe Carry Over Undone Items command will move all items which have not been marked as done from the currently selected schedule to another schedule.

If you are in the single schedule view mode, the undone items will be moved to the next day's schedule. If you are in either Week at a Glance or Multiple Windows viewing mode, the undone items will be moved to the schedule window immediately to the right of the window which has the focus. If the schedule with the focus is the rightmost schedule on the screen, the items will be moved to the day following the rightmost schedule.The options in the View menu allow you to choose how you would like to view your schedules: in a single window, in multiple windows or as an alphabetical list. Check marks to the left of the options in the menu show which options are currently in effect. >Use this command to display one selected schedule at a time. ÇUse this command to display a list of all unarchived items in alphabetical order. Recurring items appear only once. Use this list to find an item if you have forgotten where it is in your schedule. ÛUse this command to display a week of schedules top to bottom (or side to side) on the sceen. To specify how many (up to 7) and which days of the week you would like to appear, use the "Define Week at a Glance" command.œThe Multiple Windows command allows you to designate the number of schedules (from two to seven) that you would like to view on the screen at one time. Unlike Week at a Glance, which displays schedules for a chronological series of days, Multiple Windows allows you to display schedules for any dates, in any order, and to manipulate them independently from one another. In the View menu, press M to choose the currently selected (checked) number of multiple windows; or type the digit representing the number of windows you would like displayed.

When the scheduler is first run on a new day, two schedules may automatically appear on the screen: the left schedule containing items that have not been marked as completed and the right schedule for the present day. This will call your attention to the uncompleted items on the past day so that you may reschedule them if necessary or mark them completed. Having the two schedules displayed makes it possible to move items over to the next day by dragging them with a mouse. You can also use the Carry Over Undone Items command in the Juggle menu or the "right mouse button" technique explained in the Calendar section. äWith the Horizontal command, you tell the scheduler that, when more than one schedule is simultaneously displayed (either in Multiple Windows or Week at a Glance), you want those schedules tiled side by side, across the screen. îWith the Vertical command, you tell the scheduler that, when more than one schedule is simultaneously displayed (either in Multiple Windows or Week at a Glance), you want those schedules to be tiled, one above the other, on the screen.
QThe Define Week at a Glance command is used to specify which days of the week will appear simultaneously when you issue the Week at a Glance command.

A dialog box will appear in which you will specify the desired days of the week When the options are set the way you want them, select "OK". The Week at a Glance will be displayed.This menu (only in 1 Team) will display the names of the 1 Team users which are currently "active" on the screen. For more information, see "Activating Users" in the help guide entitled "Using 1 Team". It allows quick switching between the schedules of workgroup members.ŠWith the pop-up calendar you can quickly display the schedule of any date from 1987 to 2068. You may also instantly move any schedule item to any date.

To view the calendar press ALT+C (or click on "Calendar" in the main schedules menu bar), then select "Open". The first time the calendar is used, it will appear in the upper right corner of the screen and the date of the currently selected schedule will be highlighted. The title bar of the calendar will be colored to indicate that this window currently "has the focus" (i.e. keystrokes will be directed to this window). To change the focus between the calendar window and the schedules window, press TAB.

Using the calendar and a mouse, selected schedule items may be quickly moved to any date. Select the item to be moved, then click on the target date (on the calendar) with the RIGHT mouse button. This will move the item to that date.sThe calendar window has its own Control menu (press ALT+SPACEBAR when the calendar has the focus). Use the Size command to change the size of the calendar and the Move command to move the calendar to different places on the screen. For more information on the Control menu, see the help guide entitled "Interface Basics."

The size and location of the calendar is retained across scheduling sessions in the DOS and Windows versions.

Note: When manipulating the calendar with the keyboard keys, the calendar must have the focus. Use the TAB key to switch the focus between the calendar and the main schedules window.  To display the previous month on the calendar, you can either press the UP arrow key while the calendar has the focus, click on the UP arrow at the top of the calendar scroll bar.

To display the next month, either press the DOWN arrow key while the calendar has the focus, or click the DOWN arrow at the bottom of the calendar scroll bar.

To view the calendar for the currently displayed month in the prior year, press PAGE UP, or click in the gray area in the scroll bar between the UP arrow at the top of the calendar scroll bar and the scroll box (the white rectangle in the scroll bar).

To view the calendar for the same month one year ahead, press PAGE DOWN, or click in the gray scroll bar area between the scroll box and the DOWN arrow at the bottom of the calendar scroll bar.

You can also leap many years forward or backward easily by dragging the calendar scroll box up or down within the scroll bar. The scroll bar represents the entire range of possible schedules from April 1986 to December 2068. You can jump to the middle of the calendar range, using a mouse, by dragging the scroll box to the middle of the gray area in the calendar scroll bar. ÛPress the gray minus (-) key in the numeric key pad area to select the previous day, and press the gray plus (+) key to select one day ahead of the currently selected day. As days are selected, they'll be displayed immediately in the schedules window. Notice that the dates prior to today are crossed-out on the calendar.

With the calendar in "standard" viewing mode ("color utilization" not selected), you can easily toggle between the schedules for two dates, using the calendar and mouse. Click on a date in the calendar with the left mouse button to display the schedule for that date. If you click again on that same date on the calendar, the displayed schedule will switch back to the previously displayed schedule. hNote: The Color Utilization feature of the calendar is available only in the Windows and DOS versions.

By selecting Color Utilization in the Calendar Menu, you can see at a glance, how full each of your daily schedules is; within an entire month. On the calendar, each day in the month has a background color ranging from green to yellow to red. Pure green indicates a day that has no scheduled items. Pure yellow indicates a day that is 50% scheduled. Pure red indicates a schedule that is 100% full.

Days in the past which have been archived and current or future days which have no items or items whose total duration is zero appear gray. The utilization is based on the length of your day as specified with the "Set New Item Defaults" in the Option menu.

Note: The color utilization calendar will operate slightly slower than the standard calendar. àThe timer feature is available only to users of the DOS and Windows versions. With it, you can easily time phone calls, meetings, or any other item. The Rate feature enables you to associate a value with the elapsed time (e.g. the cost of a telephone call or the charge for a consultation.)

To activate the timer, click on Timer in the main schedules menu bar, or press ALT+T (when the main window has the focus). When the Timer window comes up, its title bar will be colored to indicate that the timer window currently has the focus (i.e. commands and keystrokes will be directed to this window).

Looking at the timer window, you can see that there is a Rate box, option buttons for "/Minute" and "/Hour", and Start, Stop and Reset buttons. Along the bottom of the window, are three number groups. The leftmost number is the current time of day. The middle number is the monetary value of the elapsed time based on the rate. The rightmost number is the actual elapsed time.
To start the timer, click on the Start button, or press ALT+S (when the timer window has the focus).

To stop the timer, click on the Stop button, or press ALT+P. The timer can be stopped, then started again without having to be reset and it start counting from the previously accumulated time and value.

To stop the timer and reset the elapsed time and accumulated value to zero, click on the Reset button, or press ALT+E. If this is done accidentally, simply Reset again and the time and value figures are recalled. ÎWhen entering the desired rate, up to six digits can be used plus a decimal point (period) to separate dollars from cents. Values can accumulate up to 100,000.

When the rate value is entered, click on (or press the TAB key to move the cursor over to) the Minute/Hour option buttons. Use the UP and DOWN arrow keys to select either the /Minute (per minute) or the /Hour (per hour) option. Or you can press ALT+M to select /Minute or ALT+H to select /Hour. dThe simplest way to move the focus from one window to another is to click with a mouse anywhere inside the desired window.

Without a mouse, to move the focus from the main window to the timer window, press ALT+T.

To change the focus from the timer window to the schedule window, pull down the timer Control menu then press S (for Switch window). As with any other window, you may position the timer in any desired location on the screen. The location of the timer will be retained across scheduler sessions. Refer to section on the Control menu if you are not familiar with the procedure for moving windows.ÞThe commands in the Options menu will allow you to enter new default settings, delete the sample items, enter your name as you would like it to appear in the title bar and on printed schedules, and order a program licence.QThe Set New Item Defaults command will allow you to specify the duration and time bounds default settings that will appear each time the definition dialog box is displayed for a new item.

When the Set New Item Defaults command is selected, a dialog box will be displayed. The first text box is labeled "Duration". Type in the amount of time you wish to appear automatically as the duration for your scheduled items.

The next text boxes are labeled "Earliest" and "Latest". Type in the earliest and latest times that you wish to appear as the bounds in the definition dialog box. QThe Delete Sample Items command will remove the sample items from the schedules. ÃSelecting the Enter Name command will cause a small dialog box to be displayed. Type your name in the text box as you would like it to appear on printed schedules and in the window's title bar. ðUse this command to become a registered user. Selecting this command will bring a dialog box to the screen. Enter your name and address and how you were introduced to this program. Use TAB to move from line to line within the dialog box.

To print the order forms, TAB to the "Print" button and press ENTER. Send both order forms and your check to the address on the form. You will receive your user ID in approximately two weeks.

Select "OK" remove the dialog box from the screen. &Use this command to order a license if you have already paid for it, such as through a retail store or dealer. Selecting this command will bring a dialog box to the screen. Enter your name and address and how you were introduced to this program. Use TAB to move from line to line in the dialog box.

To print the order forms TAB to the "Print" button and press ENTER. Please send both order forms to the address on the form. You will receive your user ID in approximately two weeks.

Select "OK" to remove the dialog box from the screen.0This option is available only to registered users of a previous release.

Registered users can purchase a license for the upgraded version at a reduced price. Upgrades offer major enhancements, while updates offer incremental improvements of the current version. Updates are free to registered users. æWhen you receive your user ID from 1Soft in response to your registration order, select the Enter User ID command. Type your user ID into the text box that appears. The word "VALID" should appear.

If "VALID" does not appear, check the name that appears in the window's title bar. The name in the title bar should be exactly the same name that printed on your order form as the licensee. If it is not the same, you may correct it using the Enter Name command in the Options menu. SThis command will display the 1 Soft technical support telephone numbers and hours.The Exit command will exit the application program, and return you to the Windows Program Manager, the DOS prompt, or OS/2 PM; depending on what environment you are working in. This command is identical to the Exit command in the File menu but is more accessableThe Help Guide menu will display a list of the on-screen help guides that are available to you. To display the Help Guide menu click on "Help" in the main menu bar or press ALT+H.

To bring up a help guide, click on the guide title (or press the number to the left of the title). The first page of the first guide contains information on how to use the on-screen Help Guide system.

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