We are currently updating the OP Help Center content for the release of OP 14.19 or "OP 19". OP 19 is a member of the certified OP 14 family of products (official version is 14.19.1), which you may see in your software (such as in Help > About) and in the Help Center tabs labeled 14.19. You may also notice that the version number in content and videos may not match the version of your software, and some procedural content may not match the workflow in your software. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we make these enhancements.

Saving the Event Chronology to a Disc

Version 14.19
  1. To print all Medical Records entries, click the Print button. Make sure that Preview is selected as the Output preference. A print preview of the Medical Records window will open. 

  1. In the Print window, select the Print to File checkbox. 
  2. Click on the dropdown button next to the Type field and select Adobe Acrobat Document. This will save the document as a .pdf file. 
  3. Choose where you would like to save the document on your computer by clicking the button at the end of the Where line. 
  4. After you have made your selection, click OK
  5. A PDF Exporter Setup window will open, where you can choose to preview the document. Just click OK again to generate the .pdf report. 
  6. Insert a blank CD-R disc or zip drive, then copy the .pdf file onto the disc or drive. You can then give the patient a digital copy of their medical records.
Note:  If the Print to File box is not available an alternative would be to download and install a PDF printer. Two printers that have been tested are Bullzip and CutePDF. This allows you to create a pdf of the chart and save to your computer much like the print to file option. Once you have created the pdf, it can be copied to a disc, thumb drive, etc.

Note: For the best way to encrypt files saved to a disc, consult your IT professional.
Version 14.10
  1. To print all entries, click the Print button in the top middle area. Make sure that Preview is set as the printing preference. A print preview of the Event Chronology will open in a new window. 

  1. Click the Print button in the menu bar at the top of the Print Preview window. This will bring up a printer box. 
  2. In the Print window, check the Print to File box. 
  3. Click on the drop-down button next to the Type field and select Adobe Acrobat Document. This will save the document as a .pdf file. 
  4. Choose where you would like to save the document on your computer by clicking the button at the end of the Where line. 
  5. After you have made your selection, click OK
  6. A PDF Exporter Setup window will open, where you can choose to preview the document. Just click OK again to generate the .pdf report. 
  7. Insert a blank CD-R disc or zip drive, then copy the .pdf file onto the disc or drive. You can then give the patient a digital copy of their medical records.
Note:  If the Print to File box is not available an alternative would be to download and install a PDF printer. Two printers that have been tested are Bullzip and CutePDF. This allows you to create a pdf of the chart and save to your computer much like the print to file option. Once you have created the pdf, it can be copied to a disc, thumb drive, etc.

Note: For the best way to encrypt files saved to a disc, consult your IT professional.