Using the application
lets you file single and recurring events
in an unlimited number of planning calendars
. The default planning calendar
is created when you first enter the application. The current planning calendar can display day, work week, whole week,
month, and selected group of days.
Currently displayed days are highlighted in the small monthly calendar
in the right section of the window where
a group of days for display may be selected. You can move between individual months in the small monthly calendar with
arrows in the header or by clicking the header with the selection of the desired month. To display the days in the newly
set month in the current planning calendar click the desired day or week in the small monthly calendar.
button will always take you to the current day, week and month.
Any planning calendar
can be selected under the small monthly calendar
through the pop-up list
. Week number
for the selected day and week is
displayed under the calendar selection
The main menu
with the following options is displayed in the top section of the window:
- Help will display context help.
Check for updates looks for a new version of the application on the application website.
If new versions exist, a message will be displayed and the application website may be displayed upon request.
About ... will display a window with basic information about the application and an option to register the application.
with icons which stand for selected main menu options is offered under the main menu.
Each option is represented by a unique icon
. If you hold the mouse pointer above an icon for a short while,
its name will be displayed, click the icon to use it.
A new event
may be created in the current planning calendar either by double-clicking the required place
with no event defined or by right-clicking the required place with no event defined and choosing New event
option from the context menu. You can Paste event
only from a previously copied event
An event that is already created can be edited
. The above-listed options will display in a context menu which you can open by right-clicking an existing event.
If you double-click an existing event, the edit event