Non-Horse Pages

Non-Horse Pages are all the additional pages throughout a catalog that do not contain consignments. To access the Non-Horse Pages editor, go to the My Sales screen and click on the Edit Current Sale Information, then click the Non-Horse Pages tab at the top of the screen.

Please Note: When editing, you MUST click SAVE on each page to save your changes.

Examples of Non-Horse pages include:

The drop-down menu provides pre-made templates for your sale. You will need to go through each page individually and fill in the information that pertains to your sale, such as date, staff, sale name, contact information, etc.

To add a new page click the Create New button. From here you can name your new page, write a brief description and choose a page order for the page to print within your sale.

 

New Single Page

When you choose the Create New button, a new pop-up window will appear on the screen. Name your page, select your page order and hit Save to save your new page to the dropdown list.

Next choose your new page from the dropdown list and start creating!

  

Text Editor

The Text Editor window is basically a simplifed word processor allowing us to create and format addtional pages for your catalog directly online. It has a simple top icon menu giving you the ability to perform basic formatting tasks.

Insert Table

Tables should be viewed as an easy way to achieve columns on a page, or even tabbed items such as a sale schedule. When you click this option, you will be presented with a small drop-down menu which lets you:

Insert Image

Click this icon to bring up the insert image screen. Here you have the ability to link to an image that already exists on the internet by entering the images url. (We do not host images).

Once the image is inserted on the page, you have the option to resize by clicking on any of the squares on the 4 corners.

To move the image on the page, click on the image and drag to a new location.

Numbered List

Clicking on this menu icon will automatically insert a numbered list onto your page. You can also convert normal text into a numbered list by selecting the text then clicking the icon.

TIP: If you would prefer to have a bulleted list or list other than numbers, use the table option instead. Have two columns and as many rows as you need. For bullets (PCs), in the first cell in the first column hold down the Alt key and type in 0149 which will give you a bullet. Simply copy and paste that bullet into the first cell of every row. Use the same technique to create any other type of list.

Justification

Select the line or lines of text then set the justification to the left, right, center or justified.

Set Font Size

Click on Formats, Choose Heading and choose the representation of the font size you would like.

Bold/Ital

Highlight the text you want to bold or ital then click on the corresponding icon.

 

Editing Non-Horse Pages

Editing non-horse pages is really no different than adding a new page.  From the My Sales screen, make sure the correct sale is selected and click the Edit Current Sale Information button and once on that page, click the Non-Horse Pages tab at the top of the screen.

From the drop-down list at the top choose the page you wish to edit and click the Open Selected button to the right.  That page will load in the page preview.

Click on any area of the page to bring up the editor which works in the same way as Adding a New Non-Horse Page.

 

Printing Non-Horse Pages

From the My Sales screen, click the Edit Current Sale Information button on the left-hand side of the screen, from the Edit Sale Information screen, click the Non-Horse Pages tab at the top of the screen wich will take you to the editor.  Select the page you wish to print from the drop-down, and click the Print button at the top to generate the formatted page.

Note:  The page will no longer look correct on the screen, but will print correctly.

To print simply hit the CTRL and P keys on your keyboard to bring up the print window. In the settings on the left-hand side of the window, make sure that the settings are set to:

Once the settings are correct, click the Save button and save to a specified folder on your computer. The generated PDF is ready to provide to your printer.