File Integration and Forms

   File Integration pertains to anything else that is associated with but not necessarily any of the other "Engineering Applications". It can be easy access pages set up to view other information like schedules, cost sheets, charts or graphs. Anything that may be viewed in the Microsoft Internet Explorer ®. Just about any Windows-type file can be viewed in the Microsoft Internet Explorer. Another use may be "Schedules", "Progress Reports", "Presentation Pages" with photos and other data or information.

If you or your customers require documentation of materials, component specifications, drawings or purchasing information, consider a Hypertext-based package. Rather than handing your customer a box of photocopies from catalogs and component documentation, prints, reports and the like, you can offer them a Hypertext-based package with Operators Manual, documentation of materials, component specifications, drawings or purchasing information graphs, charts and any other data integrated into a all-encompassing platform that will tie it all together in an organized easily navigateable way.

   Forms are useful when numerous items and pieces of data or numbers are compiled and presented. Ordering forms, quotes, work orders, grids of numbers and any other purpose where items can be selected and added up can be created precisely as desired within the capabilities of the ".pdf" document. Some capabilities do not function over the intrenet.
EXAMPLE
ACME Small Arms Depot