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About This Course
Course Description
This course explains QAD process maps and how to use the Process Editor to modify and create them. If you have administrative access to modify or create process maps in your company, this course will teach you how to do it.
Use this training guide to follow along with instructor-led or online, self-study sessions.
There are many exercises that require you to have access to the process maps and Editor. See the Virtual Environments information below.
Course Objectives
By the end of this training, you will be able to:
Navigate through process maps and links
Create new maps and modify existing maps
Add/delete/change steps in a process
Add links to other screens & information
Enhance maps with:
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Images
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Colors
Follow best practices for designing process maps
Audience
This class is intended for customers and QAD partners, alliances and employees that have the administrative access and responsibility to create, modify and maintain process maps in QAD Enterprise Applications. Typically, this might be management, members of implementation teams, business analysts or I.T. staff that support the use of QAD Enterprise Applications.
Prerequisites
For online (self-study), there are no prerequisites. For class sessions (in person or online), complete the class Process Map Editor: Introduction (1 of 9), Course #OLT-006830, before attending the training session.
To get the most out of this course, you should take these online courses beforehand:
NET UI User Training: Overview, Navigation, Menu & Process Maps (#OLT-004530)
QAD Usability - Process Maps (#DMO-001130)
Learning Center Demo (#DMO-000470)
Document Library Demo (#DMO-000990)
Course Credit and Scheduling
It is designed to be taught in ½-day.

Virtual Environment Information
Participants should have access to the process maps and the Editor in order to do the exercises. This can be a test or training environment at your company, or you can use the virtual training labs that are available in the QAD Learning Center.
If you use your company's test/training environment: make sure you have access to the Process Editor: check the application menu to see if you have an Administration tab with the Process Editor listed underneath it. If not, request access from an administrator at your company.
If you use the QAD virtual training labs in the Learning Center, choose the environment for EE or SE, depending on which version you use. Note that the labs only remain available for 24 hours at a time.
QAD employees can connect to the QPC environments on http://qpc.qad.com .
Additional Resources
If you encounter questions on QAD software that are not addressed in this book, several resources are available. The QAD corporate web site provides product and company overviews. From the main site, you can access the QAD Learning or Support site and the QAD Document Library. Access to some portions of these sites depends on having a registered account.
QAD Learning Center
To view available training courses, locations, and materials, use the QAD Learning Center. Choose Education under the Services tab to access this resource. In the Learning Center, you can reserve a learning environment if you want to perform self-study and follow a training guide on your own.
QAD Document Library
To access release notes, user guides, training guides, and installation and conversion guides by product and release, visit the QAD Document Library. Choose Document Library under the Support tab. In the QAD Document Library, you can view HTML pages online, print specific pages, or download a PDF of an entire book.
To find a resource, you can use the navigation tree on the left or use a powerful cross-document search, which finds all documents with your search terms and lets you refine the search by book type, product suite or module, and date published.
QAD Support
Support also offers an array of tools depending on your company’s maintenance agreement with QAD. These include the Knowledgebase and QAD Forums, where you can post questions and search for topics of interest. To access these, choose Visit Online Support Center under the Support tab.