The following functions can be performed via the toolbar.
You can restrict the display of courses and students to a particular class level/year.
You can restrict the display of courses and students to a particular class. A class selection quite naturally overrides a class-level (year) selection.
Adjust window size
This function adjusts window size to the width of the visible columns.
Allocate selected students/course
All selected courses are assigned to the selected students.
>Delete student/course allocation
The course assignment of the selected courses to the selected students are removed.
Cancelling a course
This function is only possible with the course scheduling module and is described in chapter Cancelling a course .
Create parallel courses
This function is only possible with the course scheduling module and is described in chapter Creating parallel courses .
Clicking on this button opens the "Find" dialogue. This is where you can enter the desired search text. Clicking on the <Find next> button causes Untis to search in the current column for the search text. If the text is found, the relevant row will be selected.
This function opens the lessons window. If you have restricted the display to a certain class, it will be displayed automatically in the lessons window.
In the lessons window you can mark desired lessons by moving the cursor over them while pressing the left mouse-button and then converting them into courses using the button < Convert lessons(s) into course(s) >.
This function allows courses to be removed from the student course choice. These courses are then no longer displayed in the course lists. The function is useful when e.g. a course should be taken (again) by all students in a class and is therefore no longer available as a student course choice.
Lock this display
If this button is activated, the window will not respond in the course-student-overview when the active lesson of active student is changed in another window.
In the example below biology course BIO1 is split into a 2 period and a 3 period part. Originally only 10 students were assigned to the 2 period part with this lesson number. By clicking <F8> the allocation will be copied to the 3 period part with lesson number 118.
Refreshes the displayed data and sets up the window anew
Shows (or hides) a filter line in the active part of the window