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Optional Hardware

Optional Hardware Compatible with OrderTrac   Label Printer The DYMO LabelWriter 450 Turbo is used to print small barcoded labels to be attached to inventory and customer ordered items. The Labelwriter 450 Turbo has been tested and verified to be compatible with OrderTrac, but the standard Labelwriter 450 should also work. The standard label size […]

Client/Server Explained

Getting Started Implementing OrderTrac is a fast and easy process. 1. InstallĀ – The first step is deciding which computers to install OrderTrac on. One computer must act as the OrderTrac server, with all other computers acting as a client connecting to the server. The server and client computers can all be used at once to […]

Register OrderTrac

Register OrderTrac to remove the trial mode   When you first open OrderTrac, choose ‘Register’ instead of ‘Trial mode’ (or click File > Account). Under ‘Create Account’, enter your email, choose a password, and click ‘Create Account’.   Enter you account details such as business name, contact info, etc. Click save once ALL information is […]

Import Common Vendors

Importing a common list of vendors Since most users of OrderTrac will be using the same set of vendors, it is possible to import a list we have already created as opposed to adding them all yourselves. This is NOT a complete list of all possible vendors so there may be some vendors missing, but […]

Implementation Guide

How to implement OrderTrac into your business Implementing OrderTrac probably seems like a daunting task, and I completely understand. Going from pen and paper or from another program such as quickbooks and converting to OrderTrac to track all customers, vendors, and invoices can be a lot of work. The good news is, it sounds a […]

Mass Update the OrderTrac Database

Mass update the OrderTrac database There may be a time when you need to run a custom update script to quickly update a large amount of data in the database. Only do this if OrderTrac support has provided or approved the script to run. Warning! Running a script that has errors can cause irreversible damage […]