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1 Page 1 of 37 Module 1: BLOCK 1 / MAIN MENU Objectives As a result of this module the student should demonstrate the following competencies: SoftLab Super User/End User Training Module 1: BLOCK 1 / MAIN MENU SoftLab Super User/End User Training Logging in and changing the password Utilization of user toolbars and screen standards Navigation through SoftLab Use of the SoftLab Help windows

2 Page 2 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 - Logging in and Changing Password Click the Log on button when you are finished reading this page To log in: Select the SoftLab/Mic icon from your desktop or click the Log On button from within this screen if it is already open.

3 Page 3 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 - Logging in and Changing Password Click OK. Once you get the login window you will provide credentials User ID Password then click OK.

4 Page 4 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 - Logging in and Changing Password At times, you may be asked to change your password. Follow directions on the screen, enter the required information then click OK. Notice these Password Rules and comply. Click OK.

5 Page 5 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 - Logging in and Changing Password From the Select Site window, you must: select the site then click OK. Click OK.

6 Page 6 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Log-On button - Clicking on this will display login screen for credentials. Log-Off button - Clicking on this will log the user off the system. Run Task Manager - Operates the same as Control> Alt> Delete on a computer. Use this to view which programs are open, running and/or not responding. Show/Hide Tree Menu - Clicking on this, hides or displays the tree menu on left side of the screen. SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Notice that the Log on button is now grayed out and the Log Off button is available now. Notice that the Log on button is now grayed out and the Log off button is available. Review the User Tool Bar buttons and their descriptions.

7 Page 7 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards About – Clicking on this provides version and environment information. Help - (Whats this? button) click on this and you can move the cursor under a specific area and get help with your questions. Help Topics - Clicking on this brings up a comprehensive, searchable help manual similar to what you might find for Microsoft Office products, etc. Continuing reviewing the User Tool Bar buttons and their descriptions.

8 Page 8 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Maximize / Restore Down toggle Minimize stores the system on the tray at the bottom of the screen Close SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards The standard Microsoft buttons on the upper right hand corner of your screen are available.

9 Page 9 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards User Id (whos logged on?) Environment Id (Are you in Live or UPG?) Terminal (Computer) ID System ID Caps Lock and Numbers Lock indicator Date and Time User/Terminal ID

10 Page 10 of 37 In what module am I presently working? There are three ways to tell… SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Module and version in upper left hand corner of screen (Title Bar) Green light on module tab below tree menu in lower left hand corner of the screen User/Terminal ID at the bottom right hand corner of the screen

11 Page 11 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Select View.

12 Page 12 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Now select System Viewer.

13 Page 13 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Click on this + button in order to see the suboptions under Orders. Notice that your cursor will look like this when you hover it over this right edge of the tree menu. You will be able to click and drag to enlarge or decrease the size of the System Viewer window.

14 Page 14 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Reports, Setup and Utilities have secondary suboptions under their primary suboptions which are available by clicking its + sign.

15 Page 15 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On SoftLab allows icons to be customized on the desktop according to your preferences to save time. To add an icon to the desktop, left-click the mouse on the desired system viewer option and drag it to the right side of the desktop. Result: The icon is added to the desktop. NOTE: You can open, rename, delete, align to grid, and customize your icons by right-clicking the icon. Click Patient Maintenance.

16 Page 16 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Click the cursor symbol to simulate dropping the shortcut icon for Patient Maintenance at this spot. When you click and drag an item like Patient Maintenance, your cursor will look like this, which is telling you that when you release the mouse, the shortcut for the function being dragged will be produced at that point.

17 Page 17 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Now, in order to learn how to delete an icon, click on this icon, in the actual module you would right click. You now have a functional shortcut icon for Patient Maintenance.

18 Page 18 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Select Delete.

19 Page 19 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Click the Yes button.

20 Page 20 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Click the Yes button. Click the Run task manager button.

21 Page 21 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Select the Mail Client – SoftComm task that is running.

22 Page 22 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Now select the End Task button.

23 Page 23 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Click the x button in order to close this window. The only task that was running is now ended and thus the End Task button is no longer available.

24 Page 24 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Mouse-less Using Hotkeys Useful for those preferring ASCII and as a back up for catastrophic mouse malfunctions Use Alt key and first letter of option across the top of the screen to bring up submenus Use up or down arrows and Enter key or underlined hotkeys for all suboptions Click Report when you are finished reading this page. Notice that the Run task manager button is no longer available.

25 Page 25 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Occasional additional hotkeys will be listed to the right of submenu options (i.e. CNTR + M for Task Manager). Up and down arrow to highlight then Enter key to select or press the underlined letter to select submenu options. Alt key and first letter for options in top row (i.e. Alt + F4 for Exit).

26 Page 26 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Using Whats This? Single left click the Whats this? icon The arrow and question mark will then be locked to the mouse cursor Move the mouse cursor under the area you need help with and single left click This process is pictured in the following slides

27 Page 27 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Using the comprehensive, searchable, help screen More along the lines of a standard help screen youd see in, for example a Microsoft Office product Click on icon and manual will appear on the screen This process is shown in the following slides Click the Help Topics button after reading this page.

28 Page 28 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards An Error message may come up on some computers at this point. This is an anomaly in the system, if this occurs, proceed. Select the Search tab. The Contents tab in the comprehensive help screen operates just like a tree menu. You can click on the + to select from the submenu.

29 Page 29 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards We have placed specimen tracking list into this text field for you. Click the List Topics button.

30 Page 30 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Click the Display button.

31 Page 31 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Click Hide to conceal the left- hand window.

32 Page 32 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards The complete explanation of the functionality for which you requested help is now made available.

33 Page 33 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards The Search tab allows you to search for a topic. You simply type in the topic that you want then click Display. We have searched for then displayed SoftLab topics. Select the Favorites tab.

34 Page 34 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards The Favorites tab allows you to save the link to particular favorite search topics so that you can quickly return to them as reference. Click the Add button in order to add this link.

35 Page 35 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – User Tool Bars and Screen Standards Select Close. The link from Current topic has now been added as the first item under Topics in the Favorites tab.

36 Page 36 of 37 SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On Suggested SoftLab Block 1 Hands-On Practice: Log On to the system Hands on with Task Manager Show/Hide Tree Menu Add or delete an icon Practice the three navigation methods (icons, tree menu and mouse-less) Hands on with Whats This? icon Hands on with Comprehensive Help Manual

37 Page 37 of 37 Objectives As a result of this module the student should demonstrate the following competencies: Logging in and changing the password Utilization of user toolbars and screen standards Navigation through SoftLab Use of the SoftLab Help windows SoftLab/Mic Block 1 – Summary and Hands On


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