Multiday Appointment Book
The Multiday appointment book gives you the option of displaying several (5, 7, 14 or 28) days of appointments at once instead of The Multi-Column Appointment Book which is used to show a daily view with each column showing the days Provider or Rooms appointments. An example of the Multiday Appointment Book (Mon-Fri Columns):
To open the Multiday Appointment Book you can use one of the following options:
Click File > Appointments > Multiday Appointment Book:
If you have an Appointment icon on the main toolbar, you can select Multiday from the drop-down menu:
Provider Display / Selection
The current provider is displayed next to the date:
To change the provider for whom the appointment book is displayed, use the arrows, the list providers button or type in the initials and press the TAB key.
The appointment book displayed is updated immediately to reflect the new provider selected.
You have a choice of the number of days (and therefore) columns displayed. The example above shows the 7-day display.
You can also choose to display 5 days (the default), 14 days, or 28 days across the page.
On the right-hand side of the header bar are the following two buttons:
The first button displays the current provider's "View Month" window (appointments, blocks, breaks, etc.).
The second button is used to restrict appointment times by setting blocks and clinics and other times not available for general patient appointments. See Creating Blocks and Clinics
If the appointment book screen is resized, the column headers may also switch between different date modes as appropriate for the column widths, depending on your screen size and resolution.
When in 14 or 28-day mode, there is not enough room to display all the information for the appointment, as these modes are intended to give you an overview of appointments for a fortnight or month, rather than detailed information. However, you can view a particular appointment's details by hovering your mouse pointer over the appointment, which will display a tool tip, as in the following example:
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