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What do I do if I don't get any exact matches when I type a search term in the Help Center Search box?
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You can type a search term in the Help Center Search box, and click the Search button to get a list of articles that contain that term.
In the example below, there aren't any suggested articles with DTI in the article title, so we typed DTI, and then clicked on the Search button to pull up the list of articles that contain the term in the body of the article.
When the end user clicks the New Document button or clicks the Edit button in the Document Controls toolbar while viewing an existing document, the Manage Documents window changes the Document List to the Acquisition panel. The Acquisition panel is comprised of two sections: the Acquire Images & Documents section at the top, and the Sketch panel at the bottom.
Acquire Images & Documents
The Acquire Images & Documents section includes the following:
- Scan button. This button allows the end user to Input an image directly from a scanner.
- Card Scan: This button (light background) allows the end user to input an image directly from a card scanner.
- Import Images from Files button. This button allows the end user to input single or multiple pages in JPEG, TIF, or BMP format.
- Input Fax: This button allows the end user to input faxes (received or sent).
- Acquire from Camera. This button allows the end user to acquire images from a camera.
- Import PDF, CDA, or DICOM Documents button: This button allows the end user to import PDF and CDA files. Clicking the dropdown arrow displays a list of import options (Import PDF, Import CDA, and Import Dicom).
- Twain options: These include the Use and Hide Radio buttons.
The Sketch panel includes the following buttons:
- Undo Last Sketch Operation
- Cut Image to Clipboard
- Copy Page to Clipboard
- Paste Image from Clipboard
- Delete Page
- Copy from Sketch Folder to Document: Clicking this button allows the end user to drag-and-drop pages without having to use the Copy button. This is especially helpful when copying a range of pages.
- Copy from Document to Sketch Folder
- Delete all Images from the Sketch Folder
- Refresh Sketch Folder
- Number of Viewable Columns in Sketch Thumbnail
- Configure Scanners on this Workstation: Clicking this button displays the following options:
- Set up Predefined Devices.
- Card Scanner Device: Card Scanner: Scan Again; Auto-convert to Black/White; Reduce Size (Original size 100%; Reduce Size to 33%; Reduce Size to 50%; Reduce Size to 66%).
- Scan Destination: Scan to Sketch Folder; Scan to Image.
- Advanced: Reset TWAIN.
The bottom part of the Sketch panel displays the image after the end user has acquired it. The image remains in Edit mode until the end user saves the document.
In order to modify records in OP 14, the record needs to be in Edit mode. Some records will automatically enter Edit mode when you begin typing. When a record is not in Edit mode and you attempt to modify the record or save the results after a change, you may receive this message. The message is typically not an error. Instead, it is a message informing the user to explicitly set the record to edit mode and then make the change.
Follow these steps to save files that you export from the cloud:
- Create a folder on your local computer where you wish to save your exported files.
- Run the report/file you want to export, and click the Export button.
- Navigate to the Network drive in the Save As window.
- Double-click tsclient.
- Double-click the \\tsclient\C Share or your local folder.
- Select the folder you created in step 1. In the example below, we created the My OP Cloud Exports folder on the local C drive before we exported the file.
- Select the desired file extension in the Save as type dropdown. In this example below, we chose Excel files (*.xls).
- Click Save.
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There can be many factors for why the OP software freezes your system (such as PC resources consumed by other applications), but one common function that can temporarily freeze your control of the main OP application is the activation of a modal window within OP.
Modal windows are graphical control elements that work in conjunction with the application that is being used on the workstation. They pop up when there is an important function opened/activated that needs to be performed at that moment on your workstation (such as giving permissions or editing an important particular piece of information). These modal windows can create disruptions to the normal workflow of the application until a resolution to that window is complete (such as preferences set, privileges administered, information input).
If you open or activate a modal window, simply locate the modal window, perform the action requested, and continue with your normal workflow. Most Modal windows can also be closed by clicking the X button in the upper-right corner.
Some modal windows in OP include:
- Edit Address
- Diagnosis Code Management
- System Preferences