This screen shows you the current account credentials entered into the PDA, as well as the ability to enter ‘Hidden Mode’.

Account Position on Menu on PDAFigure 39
Account Screen on PDAFigure 40

User ID: This is current User ID set inside the PDA. This field can be changed if you do decide to switch the User ID/Password combination in the PDA to another combination.

Password: This is the current Password set inside the PDA. This field can be changed if you do decide to switch the User ID/Password combination in the PDA to another combination.

Device ID/License Key: This can be a string of letters, or letters and numbers. It may be referred to in other programs or documentation either as a ‘Device ID’, or a ‘License Key’. This is used to identify the specific device you are using. It is permanently set in a PDA, and cannot be changed. If a customer needs to change the license key attached to their account, they should contact ASellerTool. Please note, as this screen states, there are no letter ‘o’s in the Device ID, only the number zero (0).

Database: This box currently shows what path the program is looking in for the pricing database. This can be useful in determining if the PDA is looking at the right directory for the data, or if it’s looking at the wrong memory card, or an ‘extra’ SD Card folder.

Enable Hidden Mode/Admin: These two fields are used to enable and disable Hidden Mode on the PDA. When enabled, Hidden Mode removes all information about a book, including pricing, conditions, amount in groups, number available, and sales rank. Only the item’s title and a ‘BUY’, ‘REJECT’ or ‘WATCH LIST’ rating will appear.

Save: Pressing ‘Save’ at the bottom left of the screen will save any changes made to the Account screen. You will then be returned to the program’s main screen.

Cancel: Pressing ‘Save’ at the bottom right of the screen will discard any changes made to the Account screen, and return you to the program’s main screen.

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