From the main screen, when you choose the [all tabs] option the fully optioned display appears like this:
All the options available within the system may be found in the main menu, shown across the top of the screen as [File], [Event], [Session] ...etc. Each option is available with short-cut key strokes. e.g Alt-F will show you the "file" options available. Typically you would use the buttons on the [Event F2] and [Club F3] tabs shown below.
The two main tabs are accessible by using the [F2] and [F3] function keys. This allows you to switch between the [Event] related tabs and the [Club] related tabs.
Access to these are also possible under the System menu item via [alt-y], [B] or [L].
Note that when you press the alt key, the letters you may press are shown with an underline.
When the [Event] tab is selected (as shown above) the 9 subordinate tabs (numbered 1 to 9) are shown. Use the [alt-1] through [alt-9] key combinations (or simply the numbers 1 through 9) to switch between these options from the keyboard. Clicking on the tab also brings it on top for you to use. All the available options for managing the current event are accessible from this tab.
These tabs allow you to:
•1 start another event
•2 enter the names of players participating in the event
•3 enter the scores achieved by the players
•4 calculate the results of the event
•5 view the results of the event
•6 print or view the reports about the event's results
•7 use advanced options applying to the current event, session or sections
•8 finish up the event, save or finalize
•9 view the details of the properties of the event
When the [Club] tab is selected (not visible above) the 4 subordinate tabs (numbered 1 to 4) are shown. Use the [Alt-1] through [Alt-4] key combinations (or simply the numbers 1 through 4) to switch between these options from the keyboard. Clicking on the tab also brings it on top for you to use. All the available options for managing the club are accessible from this tab.
The [Club F3] tab allows you to manage the details of the club and the club database.
•1 the members database master file, club details and event history
•2 allows you to change the movements available for use in any events
•3 advanced options include default values, masterpoint exports and internet options
•4 allows quick access to items such as club details, user name, reporting date and club master file.
Floating tool bars and docking
There are 7 tool bars available if you want to use them. See the menu item [Toolbars] for the list of available tool bars. Click on any of these items, and the selected toolbar will appear outside the screen shown above. Any of the toolbars may be docked at the bottom of the screen. You can right-click on any toolbar to tailor it to your needs.