In This Chapter
Using custom fields
Hiding Timeslips features
Hiding and redisplaying data
Exchanging data with other Timeslips databases
Way back in Chapter 1, I cover how to create a new Timeslips database. All of your Timeslips stuff is stored in that database. Like so much else in life, you need to manage the stuff in your database so that things continue to run smoothly. In this chapter, you look at some of the ways you can manage Timeslips databases.
Although most companies typically work with only one database, nothing stops you from creating and working with as many Timeslips databases as you need, using a single copy of Sage Timeslips. For example, you might work for ...