Be more efficient with cadett ELSA
Duration: 2 days
The course deals with how you adapt the software to fit your own way of working, like creating user defined report definitions, masks, drawing frames and title fields. You will learn how to set the project parameters, create lists and tables, and generally to make the software follow your view of how things should be done.
Additionally the course serves as a follow-up for cadett ELSA Basic course part 1. You will be able to get answers to questions that have occurred since the basic course.
- The project parameters
- Advanced user defined symbols, like contact mirrors
- Drawing frames, title fields and masks
- User defined report definitions
- Cabinet layout
- Numbering algorithms
- Spare terminals and cable cores
- Revision handling
- The translator
Additional subjects that might be covered if desired, and the available time so allows, are changing drawing frames in existing projects, import and export of projects, forced connections, links and jumpers, advanced sheet numbering, catalogue import, separator character independent item designations, symbolic item designations, or any other subjects.
Who should participate?
Everybody who are going to use cadett ELSA or are already using the system.
- cadett ELSA Basic course part 1
- A few months of practical work with the software
Report to cadett by telephone +46 8 754 97 70 or via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.