Navigating the QAD .NET UI > Workspace Menus
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Workspace Menus
The menus on the menu bar of the .NET UI workspace provide many useful options, discussed next.
File Menu
The File menu commands include:
Logoff/Login
Log off from all applications running in the QAD  NET UI. You can log in as a different user if security allows.
Page Setup
Defines print output for browses; this has no impact on maintenance programs.
Print Preview
Generates a print preview of a browse prior to print.
Print
Open the print dialog so that you can print the data for a browse or the screen for other programs.
Program History
The section below Print displays the last six programs that you have opened. You can choose to open one of these programs directly from this pull-down menu.
Exit
Close the QAD .NET UI and log off any open applications.
Edit Menu
The Edit menu commands include:
Cut, Copy, and Paste
These are standard Microsoft commands. View associated shortcuts on the screen above.
Menu Search
While in any screen you can immediately go to menu search by using the shortcut Ctrl+M or select Menu Search from the Edit menu.
Tools Menu
The Tools menu commands include:
Options
View administrative information and set personal options for browses and other application settings. For more information, see next slide. Settings the user cannot configure are viewable from Help|  View Configuration.
Internet Properties
Update the same settings that display when you select Internet Options from the Tools menu in Internet Explorer.
Delete History
Delete the following data:
Temporary files: Internet Explorer cache and IE cookies and cached resources created for the current configuration.
Session information: the graphical state stored by the GUI persistence manager. Also deletes user input, such as last configuration, last workspace, most recently used menu items, and credentials.
Manage Workspaces
Activate and deactivate workspaces from a list and reorder them.
Tools | Options
QAD .NET UI lets each user configure many different settings that affect the UI in these areas:
Browse
Configure settings for Cancel transaction on drill change, Cell Font, Link Font Color, Row Alternating Color, Row Background Color, Rows Per Page, Side Panel Auto Open.
Desktop
Configure settings for Auto advance on next data field, Cell Font, Prompt user on open transaction, Screen Navigation Bar, Text Report Font, UI Extensions.
General
Configure settings for Allow Multiple Applications, Left Navigation Panel Style, Show Workspace Selector.
Guide Me
Enabled.
Home Page
Enable Home Page, Home Page URL.
Messaging
Configure settings for Auto Complete Recipients Textbox, Display Alerts, Empty Deleted Folder Frequency, Poller Frequency.
Metrics
Image, Title.
Terminal
Background Color, Bold Color, Font, Foreground Color.
Window Menu
This menu displays a history list of programs in the order in which they were opened. Selecting Close All Windows shuts all screens on the workspace.
Help Menu
Use the Help menu to display Application and Program Help, and to view installation and application configuration details. Help is discussed in more detail in Help in the QAD .NET UI.
The Help menu commands include:
Search
This option displays the default search page.
Application Help.
This option is available when your cursor is placed within a non-component based field or screen. When you then select Application Help, field or procedure help is displayed for the field or screen.
View Configuration.
Opens a window that displays various configuration settings that cannot be directly changed by a user of the QAD .NET UI. These settings must be changed by a system administrator.
Send Error Report
Use this option to save or send an error report. You can view the report, which includes QAD .NET UI configuration information and log files and enter additional information about what you were doing when the problem happened. Optionally, you can enter your e-mail address and send a screen shot and either Send or Save.
About
Displays information about the version of QAD .NET UI that is running, the time the QAD .NET UI was started, and the total amount of physical memory the QAD .NET UI is using. (If N/A is displayed, the operating system is not giving the QAD .NET UI permission to access system information.)