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Overview

eSUB employs five types of icons: Module Icons, Information Icons, Action Icons, Calendar Icons, and Navigation Icons

 Table of Contents

Module Icons

   CM      Click to enter the Corporate Management module.

   TM      Click to enter the Timecard Management module for the current Project.

   PM      Click to enter the Project Management module for the current Project.

 

Information Icons

    [W]   Launch wizard for the associated form.

     [?]    Click to view eSUB Quick Help for the associated field.

     [S]   Click to check spelling for the associated text field.

      [D]   Click to select a date from a pop-up calendar for the associated date field.

    This icon denotes a eSUB enhancement.

    This icon precedes informational text.

    This icon denotes a eSUB default.

    This icon precedes successful completion text.

    This icon precedes cautionary text.

    This icon precedes warning text.

 

Action Icons

     E            Click to edit the associated item.

     A            Click to attach a file to the associated document.

     M           Click to email the associated document.

     O           Click to add the associated document to the calendar of Microsoft Outlook™.

    AV          Click to approve or void the associated document.

    V            Click to view the associated document.

    DEL        Click to delete the associated item.

     PDF       Click to generate PDF

     DNL       Click to download attachment

 

Calendar Icons

      This icon indicates a scheduled meeting.

      This icon indicates a scheduled equipment delivery.

      This icon indicates a scheduled material delivery.

      This icon indicates a scheduled safety meeting.

      This icon indicates a note.

      This icon indicates a scheduled Project milestone.

      This icon indicates a "made" Project milestone.

      This icon indicates a "slipped" Project milestone.

      This icon indicates a "missed" Project milestone.

 

Navigation Icons

   |<     Click to access the first page of a Log.

   <      Click to access the previous page of a Log.

   >      Click to access the next page of a Log.

   >|     Click to access the last page of a Log.

 

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