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توجه ! این یک نسخه آرشیو شده میباشد و در این حالت شما عکسی را مشاهده نمیکنید برای مشاهده کامل متن و عکسها بر روی لینک مقابل کلیک کنید : 640x200 مدیریت زمان های شما (همانند Calender) با PowerDay



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16-04-2008, 05:33
مدیریت همه جانبه زمان ها برای یادآوری قرار ها و ...


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Today View:
Today view collects information to show you all your important information in a single optimized view. You can change any entry state (e.g. Completed (Space key) or tentative). Moreover you can edit or create new meetings, memos, to-do entries etc right here without using Calendar application at all. Today view contains Calendar and Tasks panes. You can switch between them with Tab key.


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Calendar pane:
When calendar pane is activated you can use Left/Right keys to switch days (e.g. to show events scheduled for tomorrow, etc). You can press ESC key to select today in one key press. Features: Currently selected day is today, Anniversary, Memo, Non timed event, Event has alarm, Event has note, Event is tentative, Event is repeating. Hint: By using the command 'Go to date' (Ctrl-G hotkey) you can select any needed day very fast as well.




Tasks pane:
When Tasks pane is activated you can use Left/Right keys to switch between available tasks lists. When all tasks lists are selected to be shown then all lists will be shown one by one and separated with a line. Features: Scheduled or non-timed task, Completed task, Outdated task, High priority, Low priority, Task has an alarm, Task has a note, Task is tentative, Task is repeating, Messages pane. Messages pane shows you numbers of SMS, MMS, Emails and faxes in your inbox. It shows number of non-read messages and total number of messages. Hint: Pressing Ctrl, Shift, Ctrl-Shift and Func keys animates the buttons bar. While you press one of these keys the button set is changed and different commands are displayed. Most commands on button bar can be accessed in this way without switching to menus.


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