Visimage training classes are available for all levels of users. Instructors provide a program of learning structured to meet the needs and expectations of each particular class. Attendees leave class with a clear understanding of how to most efficiently use Visimage at the level taught in their chosen courses.

Classes are scheduled at the customers facility. For more information about available classes please call Vital Soft at 1-800-848-2576 Ext 1 or send an email to sales@vital-soft.com.

 

Available Courses

Introduction to Visimage (V101) – 2 day 
Visimage Fundamentals (V120) – 3 day 
Advanced Features of Visimage (V201) – 2 day 

 

Pricing

Training Pricing & Cancellation Policy

 

Introduction to Visimage – V101

Course Description:

This exercise-driven course introduces concepts basic to report writing and efficient design. Users try all related features of the Choose a Topic, Define Selection, and Design List tasks.

Length:

Two days

Goal:

Integrate effective use of Visimage for Windows throughout your organization

Objectives:

Navigate the program screens and menus; understand the processing sequence

  • Choose primary and secondary topic(s)
    explore item lists
  • Write selection criteria
    reduce selection time
  • List , sort , and summarize information
  • Apply correct syntax, operators, and precedence when writing arithmetic, conditional, and string expressions
  • Format data to control its appearance
  • Display and print information
  • Save contexts
  • Write run-time parameters to prompt for constants at the time of future executions
  • Download information for use with another PC application
    identify header, detail and total line levels
  • Stream jobs
  • Apply the basic concepts and vocabulary of database structure and report writing to analyze reports
  • Access on-line help to solve problems
  • Introduction to Report Design
More than 75% of course content is directly 
applicable to the Report Design task.

 
 

Visimage Fundamentals – V120

Course Description:

This accelerated course combines material from the Visimage 101 course with exercises designed to teach the fundamentals of the Design Report task (the sort process and methods of producing totals). Users try all related features of the Choose a Topic, Define Selection, Design List, and Design Report tasks.

Prerequisite:

This course is particularly suited to users with technical or report-writing experience. Requirements arise from the multitude of new concepts rather than from their difficulty.

Length:

Three days

Goal:

Demonstrate all tasks of Visimage for Windows; prepare users to write reports; introduce sophisticated applications.

Objectives:

  • Choose primary and secondary topic(s)
    explore item lists
  • Write selection criteria
    reduce selection time
  • Display or print a sorted and summarized List
  • Download information for use with another PC application
  • Create a job stream
  • Customize report layout ; merge line levels
  • Differentiate automatic , semi-automatic and manual totals ; streamline summaries by choosing the appropriate method
  • Specify conditions for computing
  • Select, compute, and print with conditional variables
  • Use global variables to accomplish two data passes within one report and to prompt once for a value that will be used in two tasks
Content varies with user experience and
time spent on extra-curricular questions.

 
 

Advanced Features of Visimage – V201

Course Description:

This course emphasizes the following advanced features of report writing: Define Selections efficiently, explore features of the Design Report task, and Define Global Variables.

Prerequisite:

Visimage experience: Completion of Visimage 101 or Visimage 120.

Length:

Two days

Goal:

Prepare experienced users to readily apply sophisticated Visimage solutions to complex reporting problems; prepare resource users to write core reports and to demonstrate Visimage features for other on-site users.
Objectives:
  • Differentiate features unique to the Design List and Design Report tasks; choose the appropriate task for your needs
  • Write complex selection criteria; reduce selection time
  • Customize report layout; merge line levels
  • Enhance your report with system variables
  • Differentiate automatic, semi-automatic, and manual totals; streamline summaries by choosing the appropriate method
  • Relate line levels to processing sequence
  • Create variables to compute conditionally; use variables in subsequent calculations
  • Control record selection, computing, and printing with conditional variables
  • Use global variables to accomplish two data passes within one report; prompt once for a value used in two tasks
  • Replace multi-conditional variables with arrays
We will address interests and questions of participants.