Wednesday, January 24, 2007
How Do I Open XML Files?
Question: When I save a Container file with the .xml extension, I double-click on it under Windows and Internet Explorer opens it, just like in the screenshot above. How can I open the file again with Quick Pallet Maker?
Answer: Windows opens Internet Explorer by default when you double-click a file with the .xml extension. Therefore, you can do any of the following:
- Click on the file with the right mouse button and a menu will appear. From that menu, choose "Open with..." and then choose the Quick Pallet Maker application. You may need to open a open dialog window to find the application.
- Run Quick Pallet Maker and open a new Container Fill document window. Then select Insert -> Container from the File menu. Once that has been done, you can choose the XML file using the Open dialog window.
Labels: XML files container
Monday, January 22, 2007
Example - Display Cases In Pallets
Installation Question: Purchase Or Demo?
Answer: If this is the first time you have downloaded Quick Pallet Maker and have never used it before, we recommend you to click "Demo". The process will continue and you will be allowed a period of 30 days to test the product in which you can ask us any related question.
If you have already tried Quick Pallet Maker and are ready to buy it with a credit card, then please click on "Purchase". You will be presented a secure form hosted by eSellerate in which you can enter your information to receive a serial number by email. This serial number is then entered in the Register window of the Demo to enable the full application.
If you have already purchased a license of Quick Pallet Maker and are installing an update, then click on "Demo" and continue the installation process. Once you start up QPM again, the newer version should recognize your registration information. If not, contact us.
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
Example - Shipping Different Packages in Boxes
Labels: Pallet software boxes packages
Monday, January 15, 2007
Quick Pallet Maker in Japanese
Sunday, January 14, 2007
A Couple Of New Examples
Labels: qpm software
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