Honoring All Service Men and Women, Old and Young, those Passed on in the name of Freedom, those Currently Serving and those Retired. God bless you, your Families and God Bless America! Land of the Free!
In Observance of Memorial Day, Zook Aviation will be closed Monday May 27th, 2019.
With the AD Toolbox Online, sometimes there are some great features that are only just 1 click away! Below, we’ll show you some of the useful tools that make using the AD Toolbox even more convenient.
Have you ever performed an Annual Inspection on the same plane a year later? Of course! In just a click, you can make an Updated Copy and instantly add all the new ADs that have been issued since you last created or opened a specific AD Report. Open your Report and click the Update with New ADs button. Instructions here:
Would you like to review ALL the activity you’ve created for a specific Customer? If so, just click on their profile and you will see all AD Reports, Forms, Work Order, Invoices, Logbook Stickers, and anything else that is assigned to that specific Customer.
Curious about ALL the Regulatory Documents that apply to a specific Airframe, or Tail Number? Whenever you see the “nFo” button, click on it and you will see all the ADs, STCs, TCDs, SBs, AMAs , and more.
“nFo” is a quick snapshot of all documents that apply to that specific airframe model.
You can even run a Filter Search one ONE screen for: SBs, STCs and AMAs!
With 1 click, you can create either a Logbook Sticker, or an Invoice directly from a Work Order.
What else can you get with 1 Click?
The most current ADs – which are updated daily.
Instant access to your most recent activity, including: AD Reports, Forms, Work Order and Service Invoices.
This is the 2nd IA Renewal Seminar for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
The first was held at Richmond and the second at Weyers Cave.
Blue Ridge Community College is hosting the event.
Thursday, March 28, 2019, starting at 08:00 Eastern Daylight Time
Registration starts at 0730; the seminar runs from 0800 to 1700.
Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC):
Weyers Cave Campus
One College Lane
Weyers Cave, VA 24486
Directions to Venue:
This seminar will be held at the Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC), Weyers Cave Campus, Plecker Center, Room 126 B & C. The Weyers Cave Campus is located halfway between Harrisonburg and Staunton on Interstate 81. Take Exit 235 off Interstate 81. Turn west at the top of the exit ramp (Route 256). In a very short distance, Route 256 terminates in a junction with U.S. Route 11. Turn left (South) on U.S. Route 11. BRCC Weyers Cave Campus is about a half-mile on the left.
Pinning websites to your taskbar is as easy as following these quick steps
Although easy overall, getting a website from your browser to your taskbar is a little different depending on which browser you’re using.
Microsoft’s Edge browser has one of the simplest methods for pinning a website to the taskbar. Just follow these quick steps:
Step 1: Open your desired website in the Edge browser.
Step 2: Click the three-dot menu icon in the top right-hand corner.
Step 3: Scroll down the menu until you find Pin this page to taskbar. Click it.
If you would rather pin to the Start menu, click that respective menu item instead.
Adding a website to your taskbar with Google Chrome requires a couple of extra menus than some of the other browsers, but that doesn’t mean it’s difficult. Here’s how to get started:
Step 1: Open the website you want to pin to your taskbar in Google Chrome.
Step 2: Click the three-dotted menu in the top right-hand corner.
Step 3: Click More Tools, followed by Create a shortcut.
Step 4: When the popup window appears, you can customize the name of the shortcut, and then choose Create. The shortcut should not automatically appear on your desktop.
Note for Macs: Chrome acts a little different on MacOS. Instead of using the Create a shortcut tool, you will need to instead choose Save page as…. Then, in the window that appears, make sure you are saving the link to your Desktop. This should add the shortcut to your desktop, no problem.
Unfortunately, Firefox doesn’t have an integrated way to pin shortcuts to the taskbar like Chrome does. However, there is a workaround.
Step 1: Create a new Firefox shortcut. To do so, search for Firefox in the Windows search box. Right-click the relevant result and click Open file location. Click and drag the Firefox shortcut to your desktop, or copy and paste it there.
Step 2: Right-click on the new shortcut and select Properties.
Step 3: In the Target field, add “-url” followed by the website you want the pinned link to navigate to. For example: “C:Program FilesMozilla Firefoxfirefox.exe -url https://www.digitaltrends.com”
Step 4: Click OK. Then right-click the shortcut and select Pin to taskbar.