Usually, when Total Office Manager cannot perform a specific action for a given reason, it will display a message that explains the problem. Error messages are very unusual. In fact, they should not occur under normal conditions. Their main purpose is to prevent Total Office Manager from locking up or freezing Windows. If an error message persists, this could be an indication of a “bug” or problem with your computer.
When an error occurs, you are generally presented with two options; Abort and Ignore.
- Abort will cause Total Office Manager to stop the entire operation and pause until the next command.
- Ignore will cause Total Office Manager to ignore the specific portion of the operation that caused the error and continue with the next portion of the entire operation (next instruction).
When an error message is displayed, Total Office Manager logs the error message along with other important information. This information is stored in the active database (database in use) and may be viewed by clicking Help > Tech Support Request.