B - Looking at the example, "B"
in this photo shows the symbolthat
tells you the full database is loaded starting at the first drawing
date since the lottery's inception, up to the last drawing or the
last time the program was allowed to update the database as shown by
the dates to the Right of the symbol. These dates always reflect the
current Date Range loaded.|
Looking at the example, "C" in
this photo, anytime you click anywhere in the database history box
it generates an average of all the drawings from the date you
clicked up to the current date in the database. This will
generate a set of average numbers as shown in example "F".
Example "D" & "E"
shows you how many drawings back from the current you have clicked.
In this case, the user has clicked 10 drawings back from the current
(or) last drawing in the database. Selecting from example "D"
does the same thing as clicking in "C"
except you can click a certain number of drawings back whereas in "C"
you can click back to a certain date. Learn more about averaging
G - Looking at the example, "G"
in this photo. This is the Date range boxes. As a shortcut
shown here, when the user clicked in "C",
the Date Range was automatically taken from the database from the
point the user clicked up to the current date. These dates
were automatically placed into the Date range boxes. If you
wanted to load this Data Range you would simply click thebutton
shown in "G". Afterwards, the
New Date Range would be loaded and all calculations the program made
would be based on the new Date Range as shown in the next part of
this help wizard.
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