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Quick Start Guides for Students

We have found that several of our customers take the times to build their own guides on how to do the common tasks. This time, we have built some “manuals” that might help centers guide their students to the use of Accudemia.

We have built 2 guides. You can use the first one if you want students to use the Wizard method to create appointments. Otherwise, you can publish the second guide if you think the New Appointment method fits better your needs. I’m publishing both guides in PDF format and in Word format, use the latter if you want to customize it before publishing it. If you share the PDF version, it will get automatically updated when we release a new version of Accudemia, so you decide.

Guides:

Full Guide PDF (Using Wizard for Appointments)

Full Guide PDF (Using New Appointments method)

Template guides can be downloaded here.

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