Select Settings from the
Options menu on
the Service Meeting Editor
|The general settings affect how the
schedule will look.
Date Details (for
Each schedule is provided with a default set of styles which additionally specify how you want the schedule presented:
These CSS files are held in your application data folder. Feel free to copy these files and make changes to them to further customize the way your schedules look.
These settings determine how the date is displayed on the schedule for each week. Look at the regular Meeting Schedule Assistant options for full details about the syntax you can use.
For example, if you customise the date as "Week Starting %#d %b", it will appear like this on the schedule:
|This allows you to
multiple print (or export) the current schedule. It functions
similar to regular Meeting Schedule Assistant report highlighting
of individual names.
All (Separate Pages) A schedule is created for every brother, even if he has no assignments.
Assigned (Separate Pages) Schedules are only created for brothers who have assignments.
Selected (Separate Pages) Schedules are only created for the brothers you select, even if he has no assignments.
Each schedule, except for the Notice Board copy, is personalised with a name that automatically appears under the report title. If a brother has assignments, his name will be highlighted within the schedule in the pre-chosen colour.
You can opt out from generating a Notice Board copy or copies for brothers who have only been assigned prayer.
|Use these settings to choose which colours the service meeting schedule title and highlighted names are to be. The highlight colour for the notes is related to announcement sheet. Press the Select button to display other colours.|
|This option is
on by default. If you want your changes you make to be
permanent so that any new schedules created will continue to use
these settings, then you will want to leave this option on.
However, if you only want your settings to affect the current schedule then you should switch off this option so that your existing default settings don't get overwritten.
|Made any changes to the settings and would like to see what the schedule will look like? Then press Refresh! The HTML preview will get updated to include your new settings. Whatever adjustment you make to the settings will be immediate. As long as you close the dialogue with OK, these settings will be saved for you and retained within the program. Pressing the F5 function key will also refresh the update preview.|