Is the first pull down menu option from the
GeoChoice® main menu.
From this pull down the Administrator may execute the Create
Project function, which will be performed for each
academic year. All users may access the Open Project function
which will open the project designated through the Setup>Project
command sequence by the Administrator. The Export
Choice function will save a copy of the choice students
table to a location specified by the Administrator.
The Printer Setup and Print
functions assist the user in managing printing tasks.
The Exit function closes the GeoChoice®
Provides the Administrator with access to discrete functions
contained in the Edit pull down menu.
Access to a single record for editing can be accomplished
through the Record option. The Import Dictionary
function permits the Administrator the ability to bring in
a new dictionary generated from the GeoSchools
application. The Import Students function
updates the student database with the most current listing
of students in the district database.
Provides the Administrator with a list of standard reports
that can be selected from the pull down menu option.
Represents the key feature of GeoChoice®
to meet the divergent needs of communities over time. The
expanded pull down menu for Parameters is
The ZIP5, City and Country
options provide an interface for building a list of 5 digit
ZIP Codes, Cities and Countries that will be used during the
data entry process. The School Profiles and
Student Profiles present the Administrator
with the functionality to define lists used during data entry,
variables used to assign points to a choice candidate’s
score and other values that are used to allocate attendance
offers to candidates.
Through the menu options contained in the Setup pull down
menu the Administrator can control user names and privileges
for each of the three categories of application user (i.e.
Clerk1, Clerk2 and Administrator). Additionally, the Administrator
can point all of the users to the current project.
From the Help menu the user can access the About
function illustrated in Figure 9. The About option contains
information pertaining to the currently installed version