Mapping Software Support

The following posts and videos are all focused on specific areas of the Blueprints software and how to utilize them. They can be categorized into four areas: General Information, Creating & Editing Images, Toolbar Functions and Settings & Storage.
Here you can find each category and a list of videos that can help Blueprint users navigate the mapping software with ease. If none of these areas address the support question you have, please contact Neetersoft at jameslorimor@neetersoft.com.
General Information
Blueprints Overview – Click here to learn how Blueprints can benefit your feedyard.
Creating & Editing – Click here to learn about creating and editing Blueprints.
Link –  Click here to watch how maps are linked together.
LegendClick here to see how the Legend is used.
Layer Video 1Click here to see how layers are seen or hidden, this video applies to when you are looking at layers in the main window.
Layer Video 2 – Click here to see how layers are handled while in the edit window.
Creating & Editing Images
Lines – Click here to see how to create and edit lines.
Curves – Click here to see how to create and edit curves.
Squares – Click here to see how to create square shapes. Click here to see how edit a square.
CirclesClick here to see how to create circle shapes. Click here to see how edit a circle.
Polygons – Click here to see how to create polygon shapes. Click here to see how edit a polygon.
PiesClick here to see how to create pie shapes. Click here to see how edit pie shapes.
SlicesClick here to see how to create slice shapes. Click here to see how edit slice shapes.
Text – Click here to see how to create and edit text.
RotateClick here to learn about rotating shapes or text.
Send Front/BackClick here to learn how to send images to the front or back of any layout.
Undo/RedoClick here to learn the function of the undo/redo buttons.
Toolbar Functions
Edit Window ToolbarClick here to see what each button on the Edit Toolbar can do.
Main Window ToolbarClick here to see what each button on the Main Toolbar can do.
Settings & Storage
Backup Video 1Click here to watch how to back up your Blueprints to a hard drive.
Backup Video 2Click here to watch how to back up your Blueprints to the internet.
Settings Video 1Click here to watch a video about Blueprint settings for the main window.
Settings Video 2Click here to watch a video about Blueprint settings for the edit window.

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Main Window Toolbar

main windowThis is the Main Window

exitThe Exit button exits the program.
backupThe Backup button backs up the program. Please see the Backup Video 1 & Backup Video 2 for a detailed explanation.
backThe Back button takes you back a page.
forwardThe Forward button takes you forward a page.
editThe Edit button will take you into the editor where you can make changes to existing blueprints or create new ones.
historyThe Notepad button opens a notepad type window that allows you to view or make changes to the history of that BluePrint.
settingsThe Settings button. Please see the Settings Video 1 for a detailed explanation.
layersThe Layers button. Please see the Layers Video 1 for a detailed explanation.
legendThe Legend button will show or hide the Legend window. Please see the Legend Video for a detailed explanation.
printThe Print button will print the current BluePrint. If you have zoomed in to show a particular part, only the zoomed part of the BluePrint will be printed.
zoomThe Zoom button will allow you to use the mouse wheel to zoom in or out. Clicking it again will return the drawing to full size.
aboutThe About button will show the About screen. This screen contains the version number, along with an e-mail link and a link to this website.

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Edit Window Toolbar

edit windowEdit Window Toolbar

openThe Open button will open a file dialog with a list of all BluePrints on the machine allowing you to select one to edit.
save asThe Save As button will open the file dialog window and allow you to put in a new file name to save the file as.
exitThe Exit button takes you out of the editor and back to the main window.
settingsThe Settings button. Please see the Settings Video 2 for a detailed explanation.
newThe New button clears the drawing and places a blank drawing with the default height and width.
saveThe Save button will save the current drawing.
cutThe Cut button will allow you to select a single element in the drawing and cut it. It will take that element out of the drawing and copy it into the clipboard for later use.
copyThe Copy button will take a single element in the drawing and copy it into the clipboard for later use.
pasteThe Paste button will take whatever drawing element is in the clipboard and paste it into the current drawing.
undo redoThe Undo/Redo Buttons. Please see the Undo Redo Video for a detailed explanation.
selectThe Select Button. Please see the Select Video for a detailed explanation.
lineThe Line Button. Please see the Line Video for a detailed explanation.
curveThe Curve Button. Please see the Curve Video for a detailed explanation.
circleThe Circle Button. Please see the Circle Video for a detailed explanation.
squareThe Square Button. Please see the Square Video for a detailed explanation.
polygonThe Polygon Button. Please see the Polygon Video for a detailed explanation.
pieThe Pie Button. Please see the Pie Video for a detailed explanation.
sliceThe Slice Button. Please see the Slice Video for a detailed explanation.
textThe Text Button. Please see the Text Video for a detailed explanation.
back to frontThe Send Front/Back Buttons. Please see the Send Front/Back Video for a detailed explanation.
linkThe Link Button. Please see the Link Video for a detailed explanation.
rotateThe Rotate Button. Please see the Rotate Video for a detailed explanation.
deleteThe Delete Button will delete the currently selected items.
layersThe Layers Button. Please see the Layers Video 2 for a detailed explanation.
legendThe Legend Button. Please see the Legend Video for a detailed explanation.
zoomThe Zoom button will allow you to use the mouse wheel to zoom in or out. Clicking it again will return the drawing to full size.

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Legend Video

The Legend is an important part of the drawing set, it includes all of the drawing tools required to map your feedlot. 

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Layer Video 2

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Rotate Video

The Rotate Video shows how any object, whether it be a shape or text, can be rotated in any direction. 

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Link Video

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