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    • How do I subscribe to the Support Forums? It is quite easy to register. Please follow these steps. Step 1 At the bottom of the website you will see a Register link. Click on this: Step 2 You will now see the registration page were you need to supply: A username. A email address. Locate your Sing Out Joyfully to Jehovah song book and provide the scripture citation that can be found on the Title / Publisher page. More information is provided on the registration page to assist you. Step 3 Check the reCAPTCHA box (this is to ensure you ar...

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    • How do you use code blocks in the Support Forum? This is fairly straightforward once you know what to do. First, click on this symbol on the toolbar: https://imgur.com/L3GRYvR Next, select the correct language from the drop-down list. Usually you will either need: Generic Highlighting CSS HTML XML (use this for XSL too) Set the mode. You can leave it as Block-Code for most cases. The other option is for when you want the text inline in a sentence. Now paste your code into the Edit window and click OK. https://imgur.com/RMTaWei This will inse...

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    • Are Publishers able to use Meeting Schedule Assistant on mobile devices? Question We're looking for software to schedule meeting parts that also has an app that publishers can use to see the schedules on their mobile devices. Is that how Meeting Schedule Assistant is software is designed? Answer There are a couple of ways that publishers can see the schedules on their mobile devices. Print to PDF You can print the schedule as a PDF document and then issue this to your publishers. In turn, they can keep this document on their mobile devices for viewing. https://imgur.com/zOnIN00...

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    • 4 months, 3 weeks ago

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    • Spell checking in the forums Question The new forum doesn't seem to give spell check options...? Answer It is possible to perform spell checking when writing forum topics / replies. When a spelling error occurs you get the default squiggles under it. When you right-click you see the following context menu: As you can see, no spelling suggestions are provided. This is because I have not implemented spell checking within the editor. Put simply, I don't know how to implement it! :-) But you can spell check if you press CTRL when you ...

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    • 9 months ago

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    • This is a test for debugging LINESPACING 1.2 // Loop the congregations (A - Z) LOOP FROM "Congregations" NODATERANGE SORTBY "Congregations" FONT BOLD TEXT "***" EOL FIELD "Congregations" EOL FONT NOBOLD TEXT "Coordinator:" TAB =5> FIELD "Coordinator" EOL TEXT "Telephone:" TAB =5> FIELD "CoordinatorMemo1" EOL TEXT "Email:" TAB =5> FIELD "CoordinatorMemo2" EOL // List Speakers LOOP FROM "Congregation Speakers" NODATERANGE WHERE "Congregation" IS CURRENT."Congregations" SORTBY "Speake...

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    • How do I manage email notifications? The support forum works on a subscription basis to get email notifications. You have full control over when you would like to be notified about a particular forum or topic. Topics When you create a topic you will see a check box Notify me of follow-up replies via email that is ticked by default. Un-tick it if you do not want to subscribe to your topic. The same applies when you reply to a topic. In addition, at the very topic of each topic you will see a Subscribe | Unsubscribe toggle. So you can us...

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    • 1 year ago

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    • Can this software be used on a Apple Macintosh computer? There is no native version of the software that will run on a Apple Mac. I don't have the time or resources to look into this possibility. However, it is possible to run the software if you are prepared to follow the steps outlined below. This example is for Meeting Schedule Assistant. Step 1 - Install Parallels Desktop for Mac from: https://www.parallels.com Parallels Desktop is free for 14 days and you can test before purchase it. Step 2 - Install Meeting Schedule Assistant by double-clicking the ...

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