Advanced CATaloguer Pro WEB Online Help

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How to work with the program
Where Do I Begin
The folder hierarchy
Open and save catalogues
Adding a new item
Removing items
Synchronizing Information
Item properties
Catalogue properties
Setup of categories
Addition of specialized category
Search and report facilities
Search for files and folders
Search for duplicates
Search for duplicates (music)
Search for music
Search by word or phrase ...
Search by categories
Using search results
Making a report
Configuring ACAT
General 2
Multilingual support
Advanced settings
Technical support
Technical support
License and registration
Copyright and license
Limitations of unregistered version
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The ACAT Web Page

After installing Advanced CATaloguer Pro in your system you can begin your work at once. It is good practice to check the program settings first, just to adjust some settings to your own needs and get familiar with program options. For this purpose choose Tools|Options or press F9.

  1. Since Advanced CATaloguer Pro is a media cataloguing program, we have to add some data. Press CTRL+2 or select the Edit/Add Disk () option in the menu. This opens up the dialogue where you can choose a disk or a folder to add.
  2. Now you have your first disk in the catalogue! Repeat step 1 for any other disk you wish to add.
  3. You are almost there! You may want to complement the catalogue with your own descriptions and assign categories for some files and folders.
    Categories can be assigned for every file or folder in the properties window. Use the ALT+ENTER or select Edit|Properties () to access and set an item's properties.
  4. Now you have got yourself an almost complete catalogue to work with (if you haven't done so by now, this is a really good time to save your catalogue ...). Now you can browse the catalogue in the program's main window, search for items using extensive search options, generate reports and so on.

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