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Medrite XL question

Posted By: Melanie on 2008-05-14
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For those who use Medrite XL ... I have noticed that the work/break hours are often not accurate on the counter, so I am wondering if the line count is likely off then as well.

Does anyone out there have any information on this? - Thank you. 

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In the old Medrite...I believe you use F9 or F3 to view the repots. And, yes, I did cut and paste. I think I highlighted the area I wanted then right clicked on the top of the Medrite screen to bring up the cut and paste feature. It's been a long time since I used the old Medrite.
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