System Configuration isn’t a program you work in everyday like Tabs3 Billing, but is geared toward setting up certain features of the software. So what settings are controlled in System Configuration, and how do you access it?
Many settings in the software can be set up once and you’re done, but others may need to be updated such as when employees come and go, your server equipment changes, or your firm changes and grows. Although each individual program (Tabs3 Billing, PracticeMaster, etc.) has program-specific customization settings, many System Configuration settings affect more than just a single program.
Note: Manager Access Rights are required to access many of the settings in System Configuration.
System Configuration is used to set up the following features:
How to access System Configuration
You can open System Configuration via your desktop shortcut, if present, or via the Application Toolbar from any of the Tabs3 software. The Application Toolbar is typically located on the right-hand side of the main window and includes buttons for all Tabs3 software for which you have access rights. For more information about accessing System Configuration, press F1 while in the Tabs3 software and enter “System Configuration” on the Index tab.
Did you know that you can find accessibility information about program features in the Help? The primary topic for each program feature contains an Accessibility section that includes how to access the program feature from both the Task Folders and the program menus, as well as the keystroke if applicable; access rights required to access the feature; and what the exclusivity level is in both Platinum and non-Platinum. The Accessibility section is collapsed by default. To expand the Accessibility section, simply click the icon to the left of Accessibility.
For more information on making the Help work for you, visit Knowledge Base Article R11290, “All About Help.”