Documentation conventions

In this manual, the following conventions are used:

Keyboard keys are shown prefixed with the keyboard symbol. For instance,  F2 means to press the key labelled “F2” on your keyboard (usually near the top left corner of the keyboard). Similarly,  Tab,  Enter,  Delete, mean to press the key labelled “Tab”, “Enter” or “Delete” respectively.

 Shift + X, Ctrl + X,  Alt + X mean to hold down the Shift, Control, or Alt key, then press the key immediately following (ie “X”).

Mouse operations are shown prefixed with a typical mouse cursor symbol.  Click or  Check means to press the left button on your mouse or other pointing device.  Right-click means to press the right most button on your mouse.

Menu selection items (as well as fields within an input screen) are shown in Arial font. When you need to select menu items from multiple menus, each item is separated by a right-arrow. For instance,  Reports  Sectionwise means select Reports from the main menu, then Sectionwise from the “Reports” menu.

When referring to a search feature as a method rather than as a menu-selec­tion, it will be presented in courier font. For example, section-wise search will be presented thus: “section-wise search”.

When referring to a search feature as a label or a tab it will be presented in Arial font. For example, cases tab will be presented thus: Cases.

To enable users to conveniently access all features of TLOL Suite™ 3.0, “Menu” based and “Keyboard” based shortcuts have been provided. Start­ing from “Searching under Reports”, the first 2 lines below the title of the respective search feature provides the ways to access them using both meth­ods. The first line provides the mouse-based menu selection and the sec­ond, the key-based selection sequences. More than one key sequence will be provided for important functions.

Text within inverted-commas followed by page number, generally indicate section titles in this manual or the title of a screen; for example, the section in this manual which describes the Reference-wise Search command is referred to elsewhere in the manual as “Referencewise Search”.

On screen buttons are shown thus, Button, with lines on top and bottom to indicate a button. 

The term ‘Field’ usually refers to an input box or display box on the screen.