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wMobile User Guide

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Document Conventions

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wMobile provides this functionality through mobile phone devices with an internet connection and an internet browser application. Therefore, the term "page" will be used throughout this document to refer to the current page (i.e., web page, screen, form, etc.) being displayed on your device.


The word "click" is used at times throughout this document as a metaphor to describe an action that you, the wMobile user, will perform on a button, a link (also referred to as: hyperlink), a drop-down list or any other object on a screen that requires user intervention. The actual "action" that you need to perform for a "click" will depend on the device you are using to access wMobile. For example, these actions may include the "click" of the trackwheel on a BlackBerry device, the "tap" of a finger or stylus on a smartphone, a "mouse click" if you are using a desktop computer or even a "tap" on a laptop's touchpad, etc.


The term "link" is used interchangeably with hyperlink. A link is typically displayed on a web page as blue underlined text (e.g., Home).


The documentation you are reading also uses these following conventions:





Menus and menu options, command buttons, tabs, and service or process names.


References to other documentation.


Web site addresses, email addresses, file names, folder names, user input / user entered information, command lines and other information to be entered by users using keys pressed on the keyboard.




Keyboard Key Press Combinations - Keys that you are to press will be in boldface. Keyboard key press combinations and singular key presses will be shown differently depending on how the user is required to perform the key press.


For key press combinations joined with a plus sign (e.g., Alt+F) the user would press and hold the first key while simultaneously pressing the second key.


Single key presses are simply shown as the key to be pressed (e.g., Enter, Shift, F1, Esc, Page Up, Tab, etc.).


For combinations joined with a comma (e.g., <Alt, F>) the user would press and release the first key, then press and release the second key.


This symbol indicates a menu item. For example, "Select Tools > Options" means choose the Options item from the Tools menu.


Keywords for SQL and other programming languages will appear in boldface and uppercase text.


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Important information


Tips, ideas and recommendations


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