In This Chapter
Working with menus and toolbars
Distinguishing between classic and enhanced navigators
Making changes to a navigator
Working with Timeslips Today
Whenever you tackle a new subject, you need to learn the lingo. And whenever you tackle a new software package, you need to learn its interface. In Sage Timeslips, you use a combination of menus, toolbars, and navigators to find your way around. In this chapter, I explain all these elements –— and the options associated with each one.
When you first open Sage Timeslips, you’re greeted by its main screen (see Figure 2-1), which includes an enhanced navigator. (More about navigators later in this chapter.)
Menus run across the top of the screen. Just below the menus, you see a toolbar with buttons you can click.
The Tip of the Day window appears by default. If you don’t want to see these tips, deselect the check box in the lower-left corner of the tip window. You can always open the Tip of the Day window manually by using the menu bar; just choose ...