COMING SOON! Name Changes for Print Layout Options

 

The names of the Print Options will have some slight adjustments in the weeks ahead.

A new “dynamic” print style is being added, which expands the column length to allow for a greater number of text characters, without the font shrinking or being cut off (truncated).

This new “dynamic” print function will also provide Subheaders for Engine, Propeller, and Appliances.

The original “static” layouts will still be offered.

Try them both and see which style you prefer!

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Where’d My Left Sidebar Go?

When on a computer, and your window is too narrow, you might notice that the left sidebar of your Dashboard has disappeared.  All you need to do is widen your screen.  Here’s how:

With your mouse, hover over the right edge of the window until the double-headed arrow appears.

Left-click and drag the arrow to the right, which will widen the window.  Keep dragging right until the left sidebar reappears.

This is how your screen should look once the left sidebar has reappeared:

If the sidebar does not reappear, or you are using a mobile device, such as a tablet or phone, just click the small tribar menu in the upper right side of your screen.  That will bring up all the functions you are looking for.

Have more questions?  We’re happy to help!  Contact us at:

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How to Delete Individual Customers from Your “My Customers” List

Did you know:  You can delete individual Customers from your “My Customers” list.   Three simple steps:

  1. From the Member Dashboard, go to the left panel and click My Customers.
  2. From within your customer list, click the small check box(es) in the right column, for the name you want to delete, then click the red DELETE button.
  3. A confirmation window will appear asking if you’re sure you want to proceed.  Click the appropriate answer and you are finished.

* Please note that deletions are permanent and cannot be undone.

If you have any Customers to delete, login to www.AirworthinessDirectives.com and give it a try.

See the photos below for the steps: