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Manual for installing HerdMASTER 4 onto a computer.
Setting up HerdMASTER 4 for the first time and upgrading from HerdMASTER 3.
How to install HerdMASTER 4 onto a modern computer
A guide on how to convert your HerdMASTER 3 database to HerdMASTER 4.
Setting up new users, passwords and property access.
How to restore from a backup file.
How to update your license in HerdMASTER to allow new modules or extend your expiry date after invoice payment.
Setup HerdMASTER to automatically calculate calf grades based on the Sire and Dam grades.
How to setup HerdMASTER to autofill your email address when needed and to autofill all of your NLIS access information for when you need to download your tagbucket or submit information to NLIS, CCIA, NAIT, breed societies and BREEDPLAN.
How to create a sale in HerdMASTER 4 and then raise an Invoice from that sale.
A breif explaination of how worksheets and filters differ, how to use them together and some examples on using them together.
How to create a filter to filter your animal lists in selection screens and on the animal list.
How to create a worksheet
Yardsheets are a way of printing out a report from HerdMASTER with additional empty columns to enter data when you are in the paddock. You can then use this information to read that data into HerdMASTER using an action template or simply through the Data Entry windows.
How to use the extract sales catalogue feature and use a template in word.
How to use the Visual Farm module to setup a visual representation of your properties and paddocks and enable viewing animal densities, points of interest and enact movements between paddocks visually.
Using automatic ID tag generation is a useful feature to save time in HerdMASTER, allowing you the ability to tell HerdMASTER what IDs to generate in which field for appropriate submission when dealing with societies and your own animal labelling.
How to calculate adjusted weights and the ratios for animals based on when they were born compared to the observation date you weighed them on. This helps you compare animals to each other that were calved on different dates even though you later weighed them on the same date.