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  • Re: Date in range filter on user defined date field - problem.

    Thanks Craig, I should have stated in my origional post that the date format selected at program level, regional settings (both for on screen display and export) is set at dd/mm/yyyy. That setting was selected when we first installed TM and predates all other customisation. Thanks. Wilson.
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Fri, Jun 5 2009
  • Date in range filter on user defined date field - problem.

    I'm having a problem filtering on a user defined date field on a matter record. Being in the UK we have the date format set as dd/mm/yy but the date in range filter appears to be returning results for a search in the mm/dd/yy format i.e the incorrect result. So if I filter for records created last month, in May - the 5th month, I get returns for
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Tue, Jun 2 2009
  • Copying a users settings to another user or group. TM9e

    I'm adding a new team toTM9. The staff have never used TM before and in order to help with training and support we want the application to look exactly the same i.e same icons, colours, restrictions etc, for everyone (we don't want people to start custimising TM until they are familiar with it). I've set up a group security profile which
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Tue, May 19 2009
  • Forms from user defined lists - Description field set as lookup

    I'm trying to set the description field on a user defined form to lookup from the contact list. I select the correct controls in setup but when I close the design and go to the live form the lookup button isn't showing. Going back in to setup for that field confirms that the new settings have been saved but no lookup button??? Is there a setting
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Fri, May 1 2009
  • TM9e - will it run on x64 SQL Server?

    Our IT department are seeking to migrate to SQL Server 2008 running at 64bit. Will TM9e run in that environment? Thanks
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Wed, Apr 15 2009
  • Re: Acrobat 9 - TMsave button not showing - TM9e SR3b

    Thanks Robert but, nope - it aint there. Workstation level setup is showing a tick at both Acrobat 8 and Acrobat 9 (I noticed that we have Acrobat Reader 8) installed. In Acrobat Reader 8 the TMSave button is available and appears in the toolbar setup menu as the first item in the File toolbar, described as TM Open. This isn't the case with the
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Tue, Jan 27 2009
  • Acrobat 9 - TMsave button not showing - TM9e SR3b

    I have a fresh install on a new PC of Acrobat 9 - standard. At the time it was installed TM9e client was installed (I think after Acrobat was installed) and a day later upgraded from SR1A to SR3B ( in two steps - SR2 then SR3B). The SR was installed when we realised that SR1A did not support Acrobat 9. Unfortunately, I can't see the TMsave button
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Tue, Jan 27 2009
  • Re: Moving TM8e Macros in Citrix

    Ed, my IT contact has emailed me his method. The mail contains screenshots so I don't think I can paste the message into this reply. If you contact me directly I can forward it to you. What they say: (without pictures): "By default, when you install Time Matters, it applies the macros for Excel and Word in the install folder for Microsoft Office
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Mon, Sep 29 2008
  • Re: Moving TM8e Macros in Citrix

    Ed, we are in a similar situation to you. I manage multiple teams some that use TM and some that don't - all work in a Citrix environment. I can confirm that those who do not have TM do not have the TM toolbar buttons appear in their MS Office applications. Those with TM do, happily, have the toolbar buttons which function perfectly. We are on TM9e
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Thu, Sep 25 2008
  • Re: where and how to organize research

    I would add a "date for review" field. Information in such research libraries can go out of date and you won't want to be ploughing through loads of outdated stuff when you access the library. Setting up a "date in range filter" and periodically removing out of date items will pay dividends when you need to find something quickly
    Posted to Time Matters (Forum) by Wilson Lees on Tue, Sep 9 2008
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