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  • #61
    RE: Screenshots

    This is our First screen, Users sign in with a Unique user-id and password. The entered fields are variables. User-id and password are checked against a security table and if ok, the user is allowed to get to the main screen. Password expiration is checked for 90 days, and if needed, dialog boxes are popped for changing. Once a user is verified, a unique identifier is passed from menu to menu, form to form which is noted for any changes a user makes to data.

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    • #62
      RE: Screenshots

      This screen is from our File room logging system. Caseworkers request cases from the fileroom. This screen is used by the fileroom workers to release cases out to caseworkers and receive them back. We use a touch screen and a barcode scanner to simplify the task. This makes the transactions move very well. On average, there are in excess of 100000 In or out transactions per year.

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      • #63
        RE: Screenshots

        This screen is from our File room logging system. Caseworkers request cases from the fileroom. This screen is used by the fileroom workers to release cases out to caseworkers and receive them back. We use a touch screen and a barcode scanner to simplify the task. This makes the transactions move very well. On average, there are in excess of 100000 In or out transactions per year.

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        • #64
          RE: Screenshots

          Should have said the user is not an experienced PC user.

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          • #65
            RE: Screenshots

            Main page for a marketing database we sell (far too infrequently).

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            • #66
              RE: Screenshots

              Rodney

              Here are my 2 pence worth. These three forms are the total application. This was designed by me (a total novice)to replace a manual system. And had to be learnt in ten minutes by a lady who didn't want to change. That was last year and she still uses it now. All suggestion are welcome.

              Keith Hubert
              London
              Regards
              Keith Hubert
              Alpha Guild Member
              London.
              KHDB Management Systems
              Skype = keith.hubert


              For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database!

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              • #67
                RE: Screenshots

                Sorry here is the next one

                Keith Hubert
                Regards
                Keith Hubert
                Alpha Guild Member
                London.
                KHDB Management Systems
                Skype = keith.hubert


                For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database!

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                • #68
                  RE: Screenshots

                  And the 3rd Screen

                  Keith Hubert
                  london
                  Regards
                  Keith Hubert
                  Alpha Guild Member
                  London.
                  KHDB Management Systems
                  Skype = keith.hubert


                  For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database!

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                  • #69
                    RE: Screenshots

                    OOPs

                    Keith
                    Regards
                    Keith Hubert
                    Alpha Guild Member
                    London.
                    KHDB Management Systems
                    Skype = keith.hubert


                    For your day-to-day Needs, you Need an Alpha Database!

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                    • #70
                      RE: Screenshots

                      OK, I gotta get in on this. Some very nice screens.

                      This is part of the Manufacturing software I developed.
                      The buttons on the side will show you all the information
                      for the job as far as Time, Purchases, Material, and
                      Scheduling. Still adding to it, but here goes....

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                      • #71
                        RE: Screenshots

                        When we were asked about ideas for upcoming publications, I thought form design ideas would have been a great addition. By the size of this thread, I would say that it should have it's own Forum.

                        Here's a Main Menu I developed about 4 years ago for a media management program. I borrowed the bitmap from Access (at least it was good for something).
                        Jeffrey Wolfe

                        Open Source Solutions
                        Phone: (757) 819-4230
                        Fax: (888) 300-5994
                        E-mail: [email protected]

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                        • #72
                          RE: Screenshots

                          This is program I use to keep records on production of sheep
                          Tab 1 gives production of sheep
                          tab 2 gives production of dam
                          tab 3 gives production of granddam
                          tab 4 gives production of gr granddam
                          tab 5 is pedigree

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                          • #73
                            RE: Screenshots

                            here's mine
                            Dave Mason
                            [email protected]
                            Skype is dave.mason46

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                            • #74
                              RE: Screenshots

                              Dave,

                              Nice and clean. How did you get the embossed look on the buttons? Bitmaps?

                              Jerry

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                              • #75
                                RE: Screenshots

                                This was great, lots of good ideas! I have a problem though, how do I attach a "JPEG" file to send in!

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