Just about every school has a "tech
(a teacher, administrator, parent, student,
etc...). We suggest that you employ the services
of your school techie wiz to assist
you with your installation, configuration
and operation. The user's guide and
FAQ's can assist you with setting up, configuring
and using School Check IN at your school.
we use School Check IN on a Mac or a PC?
School Check IN is available in both a PC and MAC
version. When downloading, select which version
you wish to download.
are the minimum system requirements?
minimum system requirements are:
WINDOWS - PC: with
512 MB of
RAM; 10GB of free hard disk space, CD or DVD drive
using , WinXP (Home Edition or
Professional), Vista, or Windows 7.
Only the 32bit version of Windows is currently supported.
with 512 MB of RAM; 10 GB of free
hard disk space; CD or DVD drive and using
or OS 10.3 or higher. Check with
DYMO's internet site (www.dymo.com)
for the most recent MAC installation printer drivers.
we back up our data files?
If your data is important,
then back it up. Resoration of lost, destroyed and/or
corrupted data is beyond the scope of this
section or services offered by School Check
tech wiz should be able to instruct you
on how to perform a back up and which
files you should back-up.
often should we back up our data?
Computers and computer hard disk drives
will and do fail.
files should we back up?
by default, School Check IN is installed on
your "C" drive under Programs
(C:\Programs Files\SchCkIN\). The
application and a number of data files and
windows ddl files are created and installed.
You can locate these files in the
School Check IN directory. Your principal
data files have the extension "006".
You should always back up these files.
These files contain your data. In Windows, the
most important file is the SchoolCheckIN.006. and in MAC, the most important file is the ACTIONS.003.
These files contains all the activity
data that has occurred at your school every
time someone uses Schoo lCheck IN.