Telios Menu

This is the main access point for all of Telios Software. All of the programs execute through this access point. Server– Address of server. This can be a IP dot format or alias from a Host file. User ID– Login user ID Password – server login password Once the login is validated by the
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List Window

On most programs that add or edit records in a table, the first window display is a list of records. Here is the main list for the Customer master in Accounts Receivable: There are four parts to the list window: Start Prompt (top) List display (middle) Buttons and Status Bar (bottom)
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Finding Stuff — Zoom

In the Finding Stuff series, there are a number of ways to find and filter data: wildcard, zoom, find, select and Quiz Select. This article is on ZOOM. Zoom is a filter on a Telios list. The filter is set from the column value of the highlighted column. Clear? Okay, here is an example
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Finding Stuff — the Wildcard

There are lots of ways to find data: wildcard, zoom, find, select, popups, quiz select… Here we start with the simple: the wildcard. Normally, when we want to look up something, we just type in the name, or the first part of the name. In the Vendor master program, we’re looking for a
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Finding Stuff — Find

This series on finding stuff has wildcard, zoom, find, select and Quiz select. So what’s more basic that Find itself? This function is standard on virtually every Telios list. Okay, probably not on all the popups, but just about everywhere else. So, how does it work? We look at the ma
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Edit Window

The Edit window is used to add, change and delete individual records. In most cases the Edit window is associated with a List window. The Edit window may have line items and sub-sections like the Inventory Master Edit window: Or, it can simply have fields from the corresponding table:
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Combo Window

The Combo Window combines a list of records with edit fields all in one window. The most basic type is where the records are managed in a single list: More– >
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Reports

Common to all Telios reports is this heading: Printer Selection It was Tip O’Neal that said, “All politics is local”. Well, all printers “is” local. You may have drivers installed for network printers, but each PC has to recognize those printers and store setup data for each one. On e
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TAG

TAG is a method of marking records so they can be displayed in a sub-list. This method is available on virtually every main Telios editor.      Page 1 — tag    Page 2 — how tag works    Page 3 — tag display    Page 4 — un-tagged display Next – How ta
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Jump

Many of the records are related to one another. A Sales Order produces Shipping Orders, which produces Accounts Receivable Invoices. On the Sales Order there are line items which draw stock from Inventory, produce Make Orders, items from Purchase Orders. Jump is the means of getting f
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