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November and December 2019
Veterans Day
Monday, November 11

National Take A Hike Day
Sunday, November 17

Small Business Saturday
Saturday, November 30

Saint Nick Day
Friday, December 6
Don't forget those stockings! 

National Cupcake Day
Sunday, December 15

Winter Begins
Saturday, December 21
Holiday Support Hours

Metron Support Services will be closed Thursday, November 28 so our team can enjoy Thanksgiving with their families. There will be special support hours Wednesday, November 27 and Friday, November 29 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm CST. 

Metron Support Services will also be closed Wednesday, December 25 and Wednesday, January 1, 2020 so our team can celebrate these holidays. There will be special support hours Tuesday, December 24 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm CST.
Keep Clients in the Know
With today's technology, it is easy to share visual information. How many of us use our cell phones to snap a picture and then immediately send it to a friend?   

Today's pet owners want to "see" the diagnosis and treatment plan. In the veterinary practice, you can "Show and Tell" with ease, sending images via email, using the Metron  Web -Viewer, an Android tablet, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, etc. 

Contact us to learn how your practice can benefit using the technology available in Metron!!
Watch for your 
January / February METRONews
The next bi-monthly issue will be emailed Wednesday, January 8, 2020.
Metron Feature Spotlight
The Art of Reordering Images in a Study
A thumbnail is worth a thousand words. 
Put them in order and you have a story!

Before we get to any of the (shiny, new) markups, let's look at the relevant ways in which you may want your image thumbnails to present and be shown in a Metron database study.

Sometimes you may prefer to view your thumbnail images in ways that go beyond simple view. You might want to subtly alter their positions in a study to better tell the diagnostic story. 

With the Reorder Multiple Radiograph Thumbnails feature, you can replace any or all images in a study to your preference. 

In the Database Browser screen, you can now drag and drop thumbnails to reorder images within the study.  All highlighted thumbnails are deposited to this area in order at the release point.
  1. Highlight one or more thumbnail(s).
  2. Left click and hold on a highlighted thumbnails.
  3. Drag the image(s) between two images where it should be placed and release the left click hold.
Check out the video  to learn about how Metron regularly changes its art to suit your tastes.

As always, don't hesitate to call us today at 1-877-638-3868 to confirm you have the latest Metron Software feature "Reorder Multiple Radiograph Thumbnails".

- Mazen, Support Services Technical Specialist
What made you decide to join the military?
We are Honoring our Heroes
Elmer Davis once said "This nation will remain the land of the free only so long as it is the home of the brave". 

Here at Metron Support Services, we honor all veterans and current members of the Armed Forces. We would like to thank all of them for their service and are proud of those who now work with our team. 

Joel Riling, United States Navy - 26 years
I always wanted to fly and my father had served in the Navy during WWII.

Drew Smith, United States Navy - 9 years
As a young child, I always knew I wanted to join the Navy. I am a 3rd generation sailor following my Dad, and my Grandfather. I joined the Delayed Entry program at the end of my junior year in high school, and then shipped off to Boot Camp.

Dan Holmstadt, United States Army - 8 years
I was 19. I wanted to expand my horizons and see what I was
capable of achieving.

Austin Amraen, United States Navy - 4 years
When I was 12, I started to take an interest in war and military history. My grandfather (WWII, Navy), aunt (Navy), uncle (Navy), and cousin (Marines) all served in the military. I decided I wanted to serve my country so at the age of 17, I enlisted and became the third generation to serve in the Navy.

Ben Klein, United States Army - 4 years
I always had the want to serve. I completed my freshman year of college at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire and decided now was the time. But, I wanted to make it worthwhile and do something exciting, so I decided to enlist and start the path to becoming an Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician (my mom wasn't happy with the choice).

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