The multilingual user-interface (English, German, French* and Italian*) can
be selected online at any time individually by each user.
Custom definable multilingual
selection lists (e.g.
activity groups, activity types, catalogues and mailing lists, salutations and
letter salutations, address types, number types,
relation types, languages and countries) are stored in the database and
available to all users.
of activity groups (e.g. Business, Private) and activity types
(e.g. letter to, letter from, phone call, note, meeting with, offer to, contract
with) can be defined.
of catalogues and
mailing lists (e.g. customers, suppliers,
employees, Christmas-mailing) can be assigned to each person.
of addresses (e.g. private, office, mail address, holiday, internet) can
be defined per person.
of numbers (e.g. phone, direct phone, fax, e-mail, mobile phone)
can be defined per person.
of relations between activities, persons and projects including multi level
parent-child-relations (e.g. Holding - company - manager - employee) can
International address formats (e.g. postcode before or after the city's name) are
automatically supported and can be predefined for each country.
can be defined with professional headers and footers including images and
logos. Each stationery can be used automatically for new documents including
custom defined default texts.
options enable to adjust OPAL individually to the
functional needs of each user. The size of the forms, height and width, can be
adjusted dynamically and is stored for each user.
Additional adjustable fields in the administration of persons and projects enable to meet individual
requirements. These fields can for example be defined with your own descriptions
for any kind of usage. These fields can be exported and used in mailing letters
just as all other fields.
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* The French and
the Italian user interface of OPAL is not fully translated in the current
version of OPAL and appears mostly in English.
Please request an updated version, if you need these translations or any other
language for the OPAL user interface.