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Re: beginner HELP on project
Posted by: Ruth Mickelson Date: February 25, 2001 at 16:40:59
In Reply to: beginner HELP on project by michelle staples of 11492

Hi Michelle!
May I ask first of all what version of UFT you are using? Some people are picking up way old versions, not knowing there are updates ... and also not knowing that UFT has been discontinued by the company. It's still a great program ... as long as computers will handle it. Many have stepped forward and gone to TMG.

Now, for your question. There are wizards and there are pictures in the manual. Perhaps not exactly what you are desiring.

UFT has four wizards that can walk you through entering your data and creating reports step-by step. If you'd like a Family Tree Report, for instance ... go to the Help menu and select wizards. You can set up the right mouse button to access the wizards more readily, by choosing the Mouse Menu from Utilities/Preferences.

Any time you need help, you can press F1, go to Help, or use your right mouse button to get a "what's this?" answer.

If you need further help, make sure to get back on the boards. That's what we're here for. You might also want to check through some of the user groups web sites. Ours in Portland, Oregon, for instance, can be found at: http://rug1.tripod.com/

I wish you the best in your research and data entry!
Ruthie


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