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Five-Minute Tutorial: Finding EDI Videos

Comments(1)Filed under: Digital Implementation, encounter, EDI, five minute tutorial, 5 minute tutorial, video, COS

I've seen a few requests in the forums asking about EDI videos. Today I will show you how to find them on the Cadence Support website.

First, go to support.cadence.com. One of the menus across the top is called "Resources". Hover your mouse over this menu and click "Video Library" near the bottom:



On the next page that comes up, click "View all content for all products" in the lower-right:

On the resulting page, choose "Select Products" and click the blue "edit" text:


 

A box will come up where you can select Encounter Digital Implementation and add it to your list of selected products:

Finally, hit the "UPDATE" button, and a list of about 20 EDI videos will appear.


 

There's sure to be something in this list that will interest you. Enjoy watching!

Kari Summers

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By Scott Brandt on July 20, 2011
Kari Summers FTW!

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