Time Manager:

Scheduler, Calendar
With Alarm;

Time Management Software:

A Management Database Designed By The User To Schedule Appointments, People, And Events.

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With this time management software, the user can set the date and time to open a note field that will alert the user of an important event.

Presented below is a Master Data Entry Form, borrowed from another link, (Project Firetruck).

The [Calendar] option, located in the Master Data Entry Form, (right), is used to open inqVista's calendar.

Master data entry
     screen showing all option buttons including the calendar button.

Choosing the [Calendar] option from the Master Data Entry Form, (above), opens the Calendar that you see below.

Once the Calendar, is opened, you can choose any option:
  • Change the year.
  • Change the month.
  • Open a note field for any day.
  • View the first 50 characters of all saved note fields.
  • Set An Alarm.
  • Remove A Set Alarm.
image showing the
    default, opened calendar

Choosing any day on the calendar (above), will open a note field ready for you to add data.

Below you can see the note field that opens after choosing the 1st day of the month.

With a note field open, you can add data then save it.

The open note field (right), is available for entering information either for future reference or to be opened using the alarm system.

You can paste data into your note field from your clipboard.  You can also, highlight data and cut it to put it into another note field. And, you can print the data found in a note field.

From the Note Field, (right), choosing the [Save] option saves the data, then waits for you to add more data or to make changes.  You can choose to return to the calendar by choosing the [Close] option.
Open calendar
     with open note field on top. Open notefield is ready to add notes for future reference or for automatically opening by the alarm

From the Calendar, (above), after entering data, then saving the note field, all calendar options are again available.

Below, you can see that this user opened and entered notes for three different days.  You can read the year, month and day plus the first 60 characters from the the first few lines of text from each note field.  Next, the user chose one of the [Saved Notes].

To the right, the user chose the [Saved Notes] option from the calendar (above), to open this window.  That option opened the window and displayed all of the notes saved by this user.

And, as you can see the first sixty characters of each saved note field are shown in the window.  This means that you can write your notes with prefix information so that when they are displayed, there isn't any guessing as to what the saved note refers to.

From this window you can open any note in the list, make changes, and save it or delete it. You can also print this list for reference.

Also, this is the window that will open when choosing the [Set Alarm] option while in the Calendar.
Calendar after
     choosing [Saved Notes] option. Window is open showing the first 60 characters from every saved note field.

After closing the find box (above) and returning to the Calendar, the user proceeded to choose the [Set Alarm] option.

Choosing the [Set Alarm] option will open the same window shown above.  From that window the user can scroll through all saved messages and choose the message to open with the [Select] option.

The [Select] option opened the window to the right.  From here, the user will set the Alarm, that is the date and time to open the chosen note field.
this image is a
     new window with instructions on how to set the alarm. The window also contains a row of buttons that are used to set the date and time
     for the alarm to open the chosen notefield.

From the Set Alarm Window, (above), you can close the window and return to the calendar by choosing the [Set Alarm] option.  Closing the window puts you back into the calendar.

Below, after closing the calendar, the user returns to the Master Data Entry Form and continues to work in a normal manner.

This Master Data Entry Form, shows the button that was previously labeled [Calendar] now has a background color of red.    It also had it's name changed from Calendar to Alarm.  And, the button will continue to look like this until it is chosen. This image
     showes Master Data   Entry Screen with the Calendar button name changed to Alarm.  After the alarm awakes, the [Calendar] button changes
     color from red to white until the user chooses the Calendar/Alarm option.

The user chose the red [Alarm] option, (above) and the results are shown below.

Here, you can see three forms open.

The form on the bottom, is the Master Data Entry Form.  This is where the user was working when the alarm went off.  If the user were using the Calendar, then the note field would open on top of the Calendar.

The form in the middle, is the Calendar which opens with the note field.

The form on top is the saved note field opened by the Alarm.
This image
     shows the results of choosing the Alarm button. This image shows an open Master Data Entry Form with an open Calendar on top of it
     and on top  of the Calendar there is the open Note Field.

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