SELF-DEFINED MENU SYSTEM
any option on this menu or enter any program number to go directly to that program.
You will assign program numbers to each program that you want to include in this menu system:
3. CREATING MENUS: You will create a series of menus based on the usage most convenient for you. In this example, we have set up a menu 9900 comprised of 5 selections. As a result, if a person types 9900, he will be taken to the menu below. If he types 9999 he will bypass all menus and be taken directly to the program associated with 9999 (in this case, maintain programs). In the second example, if a person types 2000 he will be taken to the Employee Communications Menu. If he types 2300 he will be taken directly to Print Employee Communique without going thru any menus.
Each employee is assigned to a starting menu. When he first logs on, this is the menu he will see.
The following program allows you to set up bulletins that will display either company or branch wide: First you will select the day that you want the bulletin to begin. Then you will enter the date range, the branch and the text that you would like to display:
This message will now display on all screens on 02/24/08:
The installation of this module takes 8 hours