The EZ Application Manager includes
several file management interfaces
- Splash Screens - Office
compatible splash screen templates ready for you to add your logo,
product name, etc...Includes: timer events for display and techniques
for adding animation
- About Boxes - Typical
About Box with places to add your logo, registration information,
etc...Includes error logging and system information
- System Information -
Display information about location and version of Access, linked file
paths, current user, etc...
- First Screen - Guides
first time users through setup
- Tip of the Day - Store
an unlimited number of tips and display a random or sequential sequence
- Legal Agreement -
Displays your legal information
- License Registration -
Displays a form for User Name, Company, and License Key
- Application Switchboards
- A collection of different innovative table driven menu systems
including Outlook Style, Tree Diagram interfaces, multi-level
switchboard for large applications
- Functions that are table-driven as much
as possible to make the software easy to modify and maintain
- Works as-is with any Access MDB file
without any programming yet can be customized to suit a specific
- Integrates into your application in
- Provides ability to easily resize any
The EZ Application Manager consists
of a collection of interfaces which provide ready-to-use functions for
application information and startup in an application. There are eight
interfaces included with the EZ Application Manager. Each interface is
described in further detail below.
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to each description to view them in larger form.
Office Compatible Splash Screen Templates
ready for you to add your logo, product name, and registration information.
Includes all timer events for displaying Splash Screen for a set time.
Includes techniques for adding animation to splash screens.
Typical About Box with table driven version
information and places to add your logo, product, version, and registration
information. Includes same information as the splash screen in a different
format. Includes several buttons for technical support and system
This pop-up form called from a developerís
application displays the following: applicationís name, version number,
copyright information, license information, company name, address, and phone
number, and buttons for System Information, Technical Support, and Ordering
information if the program is a demo. Of course, the form is fully
This form when opened will automatically
display information about the version of Access running; the location of the
current program MDB file, Access, an attached data file; the current user,
and the system date and time. The developer can customize this form to
include the application name and version.
The annoying dialog that is displayed the
first time an application is run and you immediately click on the Never
show this dialog again button. Used for first time users to guide them
Tip of the Day
Store an unlimited number of tips and
display a random or sequential sequence.
Displays you legal mumbo jumbo that your
user must acquiesce to. Makes your lawyer happy and lets your users know
that you are thinking about them. Requires users to press the I agree
button at the end to continue the application.
Displays a form for user Name,
Organization, and License Key. Once input correctly, the user will never see
it again. Several different techniques included for unsecured Access
There is a collection of several different
contemporary and innovative navigation interfaces called the application
switchboards. These complete sets of interfaces are used to control the
execution of functions within your application. Several approaches are
presented and numerous templates are provided. The switchboards are table
driven to provide flexibility put can be modified to be form driven.
Deluxe Application Switchboard
Tree List Application Switchboard
Sizing Control Functions
Design your forms for one resolution and
use these built-in functions to scale your forms when they load based on a
different screen resolutions or a user defined scale factor.
Every application contains a set of
preferences used to determine default values, options, methods for program
execution, etc. This interface provides a generic table that will store an
unlimited set of preferences, which can be categorized, automatically
initialized, and set for general users or specific users. Included are
functions that can be called from your application to retrieve, set, and
What Do You Need to Know to Use the EZ
To use the EZ Application Manager, you must
know the basics of Microsoft Access objects and MDB files. You do not need
to know how to program in VBA (Access Basic) but you must know how to add a
simple button to a form and enter one or two lines of VBA code to the
OnClick event of the button.
EZ Tools products are tested for use through Access
2003 and include a 30 day money back guarantee on initial product purchases.
Product and version upgrades are non-returnable, non-refundable.
As this is an end of life product, support is
limited. Any request for assistance should be sent via email to
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