A New Way of Working

With Covid-19 still dominating the headlines and the ongoing need for social distancing we are putting a few changes in place. e-Quip Office Open and Happy to Help Your e-Quip support team are all back in the support office working at full capacity, the only change...

Formatting Sub-Lists in Word Reports

You probably know that you can design your own Microsoft Word reports for things like job sheets, invoices, equipment bar codes etc., but you might not know how you can control the format of sub-lists, like the list of parts used on a job. e-Quip ships with several...

The Filter Manager

Users often build up large collections of filters. Prior to version 4.2.7 these could only be managed by the user who created them. This could lead to administration problems when users left, as their shared filters would still be available to other users. The Filter...

Microsoft Word List Reports

The Report Manager is available on most e-Quip summary screens. It currently produces 2 different types of report: Microsoft Word Data Sheets & Microsoft Excel Where-Used Reports. Data sheet reports are useful when you need 1 Word document for an individual e-Quip...

Version 4.2.1. has been Released

This is a very comprehensive upgrade with many new features and enhancements. The last blog article relating to new releases was for version 4.0.4. This article described some late-breaking changes which had been added to version 4.0.0 (which was described here). This...

e-Quip User Group Success

Venue for 2019 As our e-Quip family grows from strength to strength we made the decision to changed venue and timing for the e-Quip User-Group 2019. The Institute of Mechanical Engineering was host for the day (1st October 2019) and was enjoyed by 50+ of our e-Quip...

Bringing Harriet Home

There is only so much that you can do in a barn with no electrical power supply and a built-in haystack; grinding and welding are definitely not on the menu. Apart from that, winter was fast approaching and an open barn out in the fens is no place to be in the cold...