When you (or your system administrator) installed
there were options in the Makefile to default certain values
Qtime when printing or mailing statements.
You can modify these at any time via the ``Configure/User Preferences''
Clicking this menu button displays the user setup window shown
in figure 3.2.
Figure 3.2: User Preferences Window (Instructions Panel)
Figure 3.3: User Preferences Window (Address Panel)
Figure 3.4: User Preferences Window (Preferences Panel)
There are three notebook tabs on this window (see figures 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4):
Qtimehow long to wait before updating the time interval computed in the
Qtimestopwatch window. A value of 30 seconds is a reasonable value that works for most users.
Qtimereports seconds. These values are defined below:
Be sure to save your personal and/or global configuration
after modifying your user setup to tell
use your settings the next time you start up the
Qtime application. Turning on the
Auto-save Personal configuration checkbutton is
a nice feature to ensure against users leaving without
saving their changes. Also, the Force-field formatting
is another option that is useful; especially, since
Qtime contains several date fields. For example,
when you type the word ``today'' in a date field and
tab out of the date field,
Qtime will immediately
substitute the current date for the word ``today''.