PracticeMaster Virtual User Group Meetings
how to buy prednisone Every month (usually on the last Monday) Paul Purdue and Mary Jo Boyd lead this fast-paced, informative, and interactive forum where you can ask questions or just learn from the group. Paul and Mary Jo announce their pre-selected topics in an email that’s broadcast the Thursday prior to the session. You can login to the session live, ask questions, and interact with the attendees, or you may “attend” by simply playing back the recorded session. Enjoy!
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Join Paul and Mary Jo on Monday, July 23rd at 2:00 pm ET as they delve into everything that’s coming in Version 19.
Version 19 has been in a pre-release state for several months now, and it’s arrival is imminent, so we thought we would devote all of this month’s VUG to a birds eye view of everything that’s new.
Mary Jo and Paul will trade off as they work their way through the “What’s New” list for version 19, giving everyone a top level briefing on what to expect.
Join Paul and Mary Jo as they tackle internal backups and file structures.
Have you ever wondered just what gets backed up when you do the backups that are built into PracticeMaster? Can you skip them? Mary Jo explores that backup mechanism and explains what is actually backed up and when.
Paul explains the different file types in PracticeMaster and how they get attached to matters or specific Areas of Practice.
Join Paul and Mary Jo on as they explore the Batch Replicate function and the proper way to install PracticeMaster on a workstation.
Imagine you have a set of records (medical providers, for instance) that needs to be replicated from one matter to another, and you don’t want to have to do them one by one? Mary Jo demonstrates the Batch Replicate function and explain when you can use it (and when you can’t).
Paul reviews the steps that you should follow to properly install PracticeMaster on a local workstation.
Join Paul and Mary Jo as they explore Alarms and the Support Log.
Have you ever wondered if you can tell who renumbered a client, or who renamed a contact? PracticeMaster stores that information on these functions and a number of others. Mary Jo takes a look at the “support log” and how you can use it to tell who did what.
Paul (the king of alarms) talks about how to manage, snooze, postpone and control the alarms that you can set in PracticeMaster.
Join Paul and Mary Jo as they delve into the All User checkbox and the strange characters that can sometimes creep into journalled emails.
When you journal emails to PracticeMaster, do you ever get strange characters that don’t show up in the original email? It could be an encoding issue, and Mary Jo takes a look at what you might be able to do to fix that.
Paul takes a look at the ability to push column layouts, filters, and QuickViews to all users by checking the “All Users” checkbox.
Join Paul and Mary Jo as they tackle Merging Contacts and Printing Contact Usage info.
Have you ever noticed that the contact file contains a tab that shows where that contact is used in PracticeMaster? Have you ever tried to print that list? Although it’s not immediately obvious how to do that, you can, and Mary Jo shows us how.
Paul takes a deep dive into how to combine duplicate contacts into one record.