eValid is a neat product, but so many options?
Do you have some kind of an FAQ about how to use eValid?
That would be really usefull for a newbie like me.
Thanks for input DianeMP.
Yes, many options, but they are all there for a purpose.
Here is a set of "tips and tricks" for what we call a "power user": http://e-valid.com/Products/Tips/catalog.html
We know that 99 tips is WAY too many, but if you search this page carefully we bet that you'll find the key item that you need.
-- eValid Support