Due to the highly configurable nature of your site, the navigation described in the Help system may not reflect exactly what you see on your screen. What is presented is a complete listing of the available navigation options, some of which your administrator may have modified for your company’s purposes using the site customization features. Understanding how to navigate your web office consists of learning about each of the following:
The Menu is located at the far left of your screen. It offers access to the Homepage, Shortcuts, Favorites, administrative options, Help, and your web office applications.
Click a button located on the Menu to access that application’s main page. This page will typically provide a list of options associated with that application, or may be a list screen, or a custom shortcut provided by your administrator.
Clicking the arrows to the right of each Menu item brings up a list of sub-menu options. These are divided into action items (commands), placed at the top, and quick-access items (for example, a list of databases appearing under the Database button). Some Menu items may not have actions, or alternatively, will not have quick-access options. Your administrator determines the content of some sub-menu items.
The Menu can be collapsed and opened by clicking on the bar at the top. It will turn orange when you place your mouse over it. Collapsing the Menu allows you to see more of your application on the screen at one time. To restore the Menu to its full size, simply click the expand/collapse bar a second time.
The Command Bar contains many common commands utilized throughout the product. When you have finished entering data or working on any given page, you can Save, Cancel, and do a number of operations through the Command Bar.
A set of links appears above the Command Bar. Your administrator can configure this list for your web office, which can link to applications, web folders and external websites.
To access a link, click it. To scroll through the list, click the arrows at right and left.