5.0 Lens/Frames Inventory
     AN OBSOLETE FEATURE ENABLED BY OPTIONS WINDOW.

      Figure 1 shows a picture of a frame which has round lens.  Figure 2 shows two of the lens which go into this frame.  This section describes the inventory tracking capability of the program for these frames and lens.
     If you look at the bottom / right side of the window you will see the following button.
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Click this button and you will see figure 3.  As you can see this window is divided into three main sections:  1) Adult lens 46mm (+6.00 to -6.00),  2) Child 42mm (+6.00 to -6.00) and 3) Adult 46mm (+16 to -16 lens w/o +6 to -6).  There are also two areas for frame inventory:  1) Adult frames in 65, 67, and 70mm), and 2) Child frames in 57, 61, and 65mm).   Figure 4 figure shows the power and quantity of various sizes of adult lens.  In this figure you can see the following quantaties:   2 of +6.00,  2 of +5.75, 2 of +5.50, etc.  If you go over to the right one column beyond the "0.00" column you will see lens used to correct astigmatism.  In the -.50 column you see 2 of +4.25 -.50 lens.  In the -1.00 column you see 16 of +4.50 - 1.00 lens.  These lens have +4.25 Dioplers Sphere, -.50 Dioplers Cylinder and +4.50 Dioplers Sphere and -1.00 Dioplers Cylinder respectively.  In the figure the horizontal row indicates sphere while the column indicates cylinder.  This Figure also shows that you have in inventory twenty-three 65mm, twenty-one 67mm, one hundred and nine 70mm for a total of 153 Adult frames.  
     Suppose you have a customer who needs a pair of glasses with a +2.50 left lens and a +2.00 right lens.  You also determine that this person needs a 70mm frame.  Figure 5 shows the lens count before clicking one each on the appropriate cells.  Figure 6 shows the count after clicking once on each of the appropriate cells.  Notice that each of them have been decremented by one, turned yellow, and the total at the bottom has been decremented by 2 and also turned yellow.  Click once on the "70mm" cell and you will see this cell and the total cell turn yellow.  You can then click "Save Changes" and the information will be saved to the journal file or wait up to 10 minutes and it will be automatically saved.
     Suppose that you wanted to make several changes to the lens inventory.  To do so click the "Unlock Cells" button and you will see Figure 7.  Now click onto the cells that you want to change and change them to what you wish as shown in Figure 7.  When you click a cell it will turn yellow and you can make your changes.  Now click "Save Changes" and you will see Figure 9.
     If you go without saving for 10 minutes, the program will automatically save your data and turn off the yellow indicators.

Go to 6.0 Option Settings to understand how to set up the various options of the program.