Schedules

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Schedule Colors in WorkStation
A schedule has a color code so you can identify weekly events and exception events at a glance. This color code can assist you when you are modifying your schedule or trying to troubleshoot any problems.
3/4/2019
Editing a Schedule Event Time Span
You edit a schedule event time span when you need to shorten or lengthen the time span of the event.
3/4/2019
Editing the Grid Time Interval
You edit the grid time interval for the shedule view to define how precis you can be when editing the time span of a schedule event using the drag and drop method.
3/4/2019
Snap To Submenu
Use the Snap To menu to edit the grid time interval for the shedule view to define how precis you can be when editing the time span of a schedule event using the drag and drop method in the Advanced Schedule Editor. The default time interval is 15 minutes.
3/4/2019
Weekly Events in WorkStation
A weekly event occurs every week for an extended period of time on a regular basis. You can schedule more than one weekly event for each day of the week.
12/20/2018
Scrolling a Week in a Schedule
You scroll a week in a schedule using the Forward a Week and Back a Week buttons.
12/17/2018
Scrolling a Day in a Schedule
You scroll a day in a schedule using the Forward a Day and Back a Day buttons.
12/17/2018
Schedule Navigation in WorkStation
You have some navigation tools to use when you navigate the Basic Schedule Editor, the Advanced Schedule Editor, and the Calendar Editor. To navigate the editors, you can use the tools described in the following table.
12/17/2018
Priorities
Priority is a number that corresponds to a preassigned level of importance. When used in schedules, priority numbers range from one to sixteen. One is the most important or highest priority and sixteen is the lowest priority.
12/13/2018
Modifying a Schedule Using the Text View
Use the Text View of the Advanced Schedule editor to edit specific time sequences and break down a time value into hundredths of a second.
12/13/2018

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