Advisory Circulars

The AD Toolbox lists Advisory Circulars.

Here’s how to locate them:

  1. From the main Member Dashboard, locate the navigation panel on the left side of your screen.
  2. Scroll down until you see Advisory Circulars.Β  Click on it to open list.
  3. From drop-down list, click Advisory Circulars.
4. There you will see all the ACs. Scroll down until you see the AC number you’re looking for.
*A quick TIP:Β  use the “Filter Search” towards the upper right side of the list.Β  Type in the AC #, like this (43.13) to narrow the list down.

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Logbook Entry with Company Name & Logo Option

LOGBOOK Entries are one of the most popular tools within our service.Β  A recent improvement is the addition of the option to include Company Name and Logo when printing.

Here at Zook Aviation, we tend to call the Logbook Entries by the shortcut of LSSR, meaning Logbook Service Sticker Record. Β Whatever you call your Logbook Entries, here’s how to create a new one:

1. Make sure your Company Name and Logo is turned ON, in your Profile.Β  From the Member Dashboard, click “My Profile” in the upper right hand corner of your screen.Β  Next, make sure the green ON button appears under Company Name and Logo.Β  If it says “Off”, then click it again to turn it “On“:

2. Open an Aircraft Profile (or create a new one):

3. Click Create LSSR button:

4. Once you’ve created and filled out your new Logbook entry (or LSSR), be sure to click the green SAVE button before printing!

4. When you’re ready to Print, Be sure you are on the Full Page View, which allows your Company Name and Logo to print on the 8-1/2 x 11″ sheet.

*Please note:Β  At this time, Company Name and Logo are only available for the full sheet 8.5″ x 11″, and is not yet available for the smaller 3.5″ x 5″ stickers.

 

As you can see in the sample below, the Company Name and Logo are included on the print outs:

 

Some folks cut off the blank portion of the paper and adhere it to the logbook by whatever means they choose, typically glue stick or tape.

Also, a number of our customers save two copies.Β  One for the customer, and one for themselves.Β  You can download and save the PDF to your computer, if you’d rather not have paper around.Β  But, if you prefer paper, consider using a 3-ring binder.Β  We’ve heard this is a popular method, as an alternative to the small logbooks.

Give it a try and let us know what you think.Β  Your feedback is appreciated!

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Print Multiple Logbook Entries at the same time

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Friday, Saturday, Sunday & IA Seminars: Β The office isΒ Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.

Multi-User List Added to Invoicing

If you have a Multi-User account, then you may have noticed that throughout the program, the list of your User names will appear in certain places, such as:

      • Logbook Record
      • AD Reports
      • ICA Forms
      • W&B Forms
      • W&B Rev Forms
      • Weight with CG
      • 337
      • Work Orders

Now, you will also see the User List available in the Invoices.Β  The selected name appears on the Invoice under “Written By”:

This feature can be helpful to larger shops with an “Admin” person assigned to creating Invoices.

To change that User, open the Invoice, click Edit Invoice:

Click the drop-down list under “Invoice Written By“, and select the name you want from the list.Β  Be sure to click SAVE!

We hope you find this new option useful.Β  Let us know your thoughts.

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Friday, Saturday, Sunday & IA Seminars: Β The office isΒ Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.

Parts List: Enter Amounts in Correct Format

We’ve had a number of questions for Parts that fall under a $1.00 amount.

If you’re only listing the Part as a few cents, be sure to always include a zero (0) ahead of decimal point (.) so your end result appears something like this:

0.25

0.50

0.75

Always put a zero before the decimal point, and the amounts should work for you without any trouble.Β  For example:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you don’t, you will see errors, like these:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Friday, Saturday, Sunday & IA Seminars: Β The office isΒ Closed. Calls, voicemails and emails will be responded to within a reasonable amount of time.