Highlight Colors of the Equipment Data Grid

Understanding the Colors in the Browse Grid

The Equipment Browse Screen currently uses five default colors to identify 'past due' (pink), 'calibration due soon' (yellow), 'calibration standard' (green), 'calibration failed on receipt' (red), and 'received for calibration' (gray).

Showing/Hiding Colors

Show or hide highlights by right-clicking for the context menu in the Tool Browse grid and toggling any of the three options in the 'Highlight' section.

Hightlight Options in Context Menu

Default Colors

Manage the default highlight colors by clicking the [Default Colors] button in the general tab of the options dialog.  Change the colors to ones that makes sense for your company, or click the [Reset] button to restore the deafult colors.

Default Colors Dialog

Highlight Past Due

Equipment records with a Next Cal date less than the current date are highlighted Pink.  Records marked as Calibration / Test Standards (usually Green) are also marked as Pink when they are Past Due.

Equipment records not past due but “due soon” are highlighted Yellow.  Due soon is defined by the Reminder Lead Days field in the Calibrations tab of the Options dialog.

Reminder Lead Days

Highlight Standards

Equipment marked as Calibration / Test Standard are highlighted Green unless they are also Past Due or soon to be Due Cal.  Mark Equipment as a Standard by checking the 'Is Calibration / Test Standard' check box in the Calibrations tab of the Equipment dialog.

In Calibration/Test Standard

Highlight Received Out of Tolerance

If any of the past Calibrations of a given Equipment have an As Found status of Out of Tolerance (OOT), the Equipment will be highlighted red in the main Tool Browse grid.

Out of Tolerance

Remove the Red highlight of an Equipment record by marking all of the Calibration Events with an 'As Found OOT' status as 'OOT Investigated'.

Out of Tolerance Investigated

Received for Calibration

Equipment that has been received for calibration will have a gray highlight in the grid.

Received for Calibration

Last Updated:  10 January 2018