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  • Accessing useful routine in Meditech CS Software is a very useful routine in Meditech&#39;s CS software that provides handy lookups for DPMs, Segments, Procedures, Menus, Macros, and even object-code &quot;Letters&quot; (such as AA for ADM.PAT).&nbsp; Here are the steps for accessing this routine: Step 1: a) Set up an NPR Report with the report DPM NPR.PROC b) The Report ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on June 12, 2007
  • List of Meditech and Meditech-related application mnemonics

    This link;brings you to a web page with a handy list of Meditech and Meditech-related application mnemonics.&nbsp; The list specifies which platform an application works with (M - MAGIC, CS - Client Server) or which other vendor an application belongs to (LSS). &nbsp;WiMUG stands for Wisconsin ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on March 30, 2007
  • Meditech NPR (MAGIC) Macro Editor Keystrokes

    This is a list of the keystrokes available in Meditech&#39;s NPR (MAGIC) Macro editor.&nbsp; Some of the more useful ones are:&nbsp;&lt;Right Ctrl&gt;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Temporarily find matching { [ ( ` &quot; ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on December 28, 2006
  • Using S\ to select Sort Fields, Select Fields, and Report Fields

    When picking Select Fields, Sort Fields, or Report Fields, users can press &lt;F9&gt; for a lookup of available fields.&nbsp; However, ALL fields from the chosen DPM appear in the lookup.&nbsp; This can be misleading as not all of these fields are necessarily available.&nbsp; The user-friendly access to fields depends on the DPM and Segment ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on December 21, 2006
  • Debug functionality in MAGIC NPR

    The NPR Procedure Z.ddc comes in very handy for debugging both NPR reports and Customer-Defined Screen Attributes.&nbsp; The &#39;ddc&#39; stands for Dynamic Debugging Code.&nbsp; The debugger is launched in the following manner: %Z.ddc(string,device,user) The first argument, string, is simply whatever free-text you would like to appear on the ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on December 19, 2006
  • Documenting NPR Field Attributes, Line Attributes and Footnotes

    Entering documentation on Field Attributes, Line Attributes, and Footnotes can come in handy for allowing other users to better understand what a report is designed to do. There is no standard Meditech Attribute or Footnote that allows for documentation, but users can still enter comments/documentation. An error message will appear but that will ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on December 19, 2006
  • Detail Segment/Index File information screen during lookup

    After pressing &lt;F9&gt; for a lookup for either Detail Segments or Index Files, press the number of the Segment/File you are interested and then press the right &lt;Ctrl&gt; key.&nbsp; An information screen will appear with the basic information about the Segment/File you have chosen.&nbsp; A brief list of the fields available within that ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on December 19, 2006
  • Detail Segment/Index File Lookup allows lookup into both Detail Segments and Index Files

    At either the Detail Segment or Index File prompt, type the letter A followed by a blank space and then press &lt;F9&gt;.&nbsp; The A is for &quot;ALL&quot;.&nbsp; It allows users to lookup both Detail Segments and Index Files at either prompt.&nbsp; This allows for a more complex use of two Index Files or two Detail Segments within one report.
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on December 19, 2006
  • MAGIC function for returning the number of leading characters

    l (that&#39;s a lowercase L) is the MAGIC function for returning the number of leading characters for a string.&nbsp; It takes two arguments, the first of which is the string to search for leading characters, and the second of which is the character to check for.&nbsp; &nbsp;l(0009876,0) returns 3 because the string 0009876 has three leading ...
    Posted to MEDITECH Report Writer (Forum) by Brian on December 19, 2006
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