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All ChurchWatch reports are printed in color format even if black and white. On certain printers (we have seen this on Ricoh), set your printer/print job for color printing instead of black and white. If the report has no color objects on it, it will still print OK in black and white.
There should be no issues with the software upgrade program, but a few users do seem to find that this program is blocked on their PC. First of all, try disabling the UAC (User Account Control) and see if that helps. Another suggestion is to temporarily disable any firewall or anti-virus software.
This type of error can occur if you have a power outage or computer crash while ChurchWatch is open. White Mountain Software highly recommends the Windows XP operating system which is much more stable than Windows 95/98. The solution is very simple. First make sure ChurchWatch is shut down on all computers. Next, run the Database Rescue Utility by selecting START->PROGRAMS->CHURCHWATCH3->DATABASE RESCUE UTILITY. When the program opens make sure that "Rebuild Index Files" and "Reindex all Tables" are checked off. Also make sure that at least the "Do Home Folder" checkbox is checked. Then click the Rescue button. This should solve the problem with no loss of data.
This may occur in very rare cases when using Windows XP. To fix, right-click on the ChurchWatch icon, choose Properties. Then choose Advanced. Make sure the display window is blank (no chosen options) and then click Apply. On some installations, the program may be setup for 256 colours which is incorrect. Make sure that no option is chosen and then Windows XP will use the default.
You'll need a good Pentium class computer or better We recommend as much memory as you can get but 128 Meg should work nicely. 100 Meg of disk space is also recommended and a color monitor with at least 800x600 resolution set to high color. A backup system (e.g. zip drive, USB memory stick etc) is also recommended. ChurchWatch runs only on Windows XP, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 or later and Windows Server 2003. Installation on Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Server Edition is not supported. You can run on any Windows compatible network if networking. White Mountain Software recommends Windows XP but other operating systems (listed above) are also supported.
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