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It is important to backup your data file on a regular basis. Unfortunately computers are prone to suffer problems which can result in the loss of your valuable data. Problems may include failure of a hard disk (the device in your … Continue reading
The stock quantity of a part is how many of the item you have in stock. Each part can have two “in stock” values – one value for the quantity of “new” stock, and one value for the quantity of … Continue reading
Recent updates have been minor enhancements and fixes for Windows 7 compatibility. You can check the list of changes here: Revision History.
These instructions show you how to move Parts Tracker from one computer to another. Specifically, this means moving the file that holds all your Parts Tracker data to a new computer, and installing Parts Tracker to run on the new … Continue reading
Here’s a thread on Bowltech.com asking for opinions and feedback about Parts Tracker from fellow mechanics.
These instructions show you how to set up a single computer – e.g. a laptop – that will be used to hold Parts Tracker data for two separate centres.
Maintenance events can be associated with a machine number, a pair of lanes, a piece of equipment, or nothing at all. Examples of associating an event with equipment could include ball returns, motors, pinball machines, appliances, lane machines, etc.
NEW IN VERSION 4 Parts Tracker version 4 includes a new feature that allows you to import parts and price lists from suppliers and keep your prices up to date.
NEW IN VERSION 4 As of Parts Tracker v4, you can set up scheduled shift tasks. These are tasks that need to be performed on a regular basis – e.g. daily, weekly, etc.