Create custom shortcuts

If you frequently open the same job description, you can save yourself that step:

  1. Copy the shortcut of the module from the program folder. (Right-click it and select Copy.)
  2. Paste the shortcut on your desktop by right-clicking on the desktop and selecting Paste.

    If you prefer, you can paste the shortcut into your own program folder. To create your own program folder, right-click on your desktop and select New > Folder. Then type a name for your new folder. Double-click the folder to open it, and paste the shortcut there.

  3. Right-click the shortcut and select Properties.
  4. Click the Shortcut tab.
  5. Type the job description name, in double quotes, at the end of the Target line.
  6. If you want the job to start automatically, add /s after the job name.

    If you want the module to close automatically when the job is finished (only for Interpret and Transfer jobs that do not have Wait selected as an option), add /d as well (with a space between /s and /d ).

    For example, you might change the Target line for a Scan shortcut to: "C:\Program Files\ReadSoft\INVOICES\Bin\Eiscan.exe" "myjob" /s

  7. Click OK.
  8. Change the name of the shortcut to reflect the name of the module and the specific job description. To change the name, right-click it, select Rename and type a new name.
    Tip If you want Windows to keep them in a particular order even when you view them as a list, give them names starting with "1)", "2)", etc.