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SIX 2013 Documentation


Administrator Guide
User Guide
Getting Started
Knowledge Base
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Thanks for visiting the D-Tools SIX Documentation Wiki. This site is intended to give you all of the information you need to implement and begin working in D-Tools SIX (SIX) - an Estimating, Design, and Project Management software to help you efficiently run your low-voltage System Integration company.



This site was built in sections to help you understand all the settings, functions, and features in SIX.



The quickest way to find what you are looking for is the Search field located in the upper right-hand corner of each page:


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Hyperlinks to related information are imbedded throughout the SIX Guide. We recommend that you right-click hyperlinks and choose "Open link in new tab". Whoever invented tabs in browsers deserves a friggin' medal.




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