Right Mouse Button Menus
Right Click On The Main Screen
You can get a short cut menu at any time by clicking the right hand mouse button when you are on the main screen. The options you can select work in exactly the same way as they do from the toolbar. See Also The Main Toolbar
Select All Records
Highlights all the Records in the Grid. See Also Selecting Multiple Records
Highlights all those Records in the Grid that are highlighted, and DeSelects all those records that were highlighted. i.e. Reverses the current selection. See Also Selecting Multiple Records
Sort Tests By Order Downloaded
Sorts the records into the order they were downloaded into SimplyPats. If you have imported more than one file, you will get inconsistent results.
Sort Tests By Appliance Id Numeric
Sorts the records by the Appliance Id into ascending numeric order.
Sort Tests By Appliance Id Alphabetic
Sorts the records by the Appliance Id into ascending alphabetic order.
RCD and Microwave Tests
Clicking on this option allows you to add test data for Microwave Leakage tests performed on a Microwave Ovem, or to add test data for a portable RCD adaptor. See Also RCD and Microwave Tests Screen
Right Click On Customer Address
If you right click on the customers address, the following menu will be shown where you can email or write a word document to your customer. See Also Contacting Your Customer If you left click on the Address you can edit the customer details. See Also Customer Details
If you have Outlook installed you can also send the retests in this file to Outlook. See Also Add Appointment to Outlook
Copy Address to Clip Board copies the Customer Address into the windows clip board, you can then use paste to paste the customer address into any other program.
Right Click On Test Results Area
If you right click on the test results area, the following menu will be given the opportunity to change the status of test results. You can only change a PASS to a FAIL and not vice versa. This facility is provided should you wish to fail an appliance becuase whilst it may have passed a particular test, the test result may be so close to the limit and the appliance being used in a hazardous (such as a building site) that you wish to fail it. See Also Change Test Status
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(This Topic Last updated 18/05/2010)