September 2017 - In This Issue:
Celebrating September
Here are a few days to observe!

NFL Football Season Begins
Thursday, September 7

Sunday, September 10 
A Picture is Worth?

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 using the Metron 
Web-Viewer, an Android tablet, iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, etc. 

See how  your practice can benefit using the technology available in Metron!!
Another email address?

Would you like the METRONews delivered to another email address in your practice?   Email us  and please include email address, contact person, and practice name.
Watch for your October METRONews

The next monthly issue will be emailed Tuesday, October 3.
Your original Metron Image saved?
Do you wonder if your original Metron image is "saved" after you have completed image manipulations?

How can you edit/make alterations to an image without losing the original? 

Well, there are two options worth mentioning. At any time, you can return to the original image state by clicking the Metron default filter ...generally the #2 filter. By doing so, this will undo the image manipulations. However, if you have cropped the image, you will need to click the "Crop" button and click the "Un-Crop/Mask" button.

If you want to compare the original image, create a duplicate. To create a duplicate image, click on the image (so that it is highlighted with a red border), then click the "Copy" button. Then, press the "paste" button to create the duplicate image. Next, make any adjustments to the duplicate image as needed using the Metron tool(s) you prefer. Upon completion, return to the Metron Database Browser, click on both images, then click the "View" button to view them in a side-by-side comparison. 
Support Team Featured Pet
Meet Coco!

Coco is a lovable, grumpy six-year-old chocolate lab. He has a mind of his own, listens when he feels like it, but he is getting wiser with age! And he certainly resembles the dog with the football at the top of this newsletter!

Coco loves games including playing fetch on land and in the water. Chasing his tail so fast while he circles himself causes him to stumble when he finally stops. Coco understands "Hide & Seek" too. We hide his ball somewhere in the house and he finds it ...or our daughters will hide and Coco finds them! He also likes being "tripped" by his back legs  - a "game" started by my husband and now Coco will try to get my husband to trip him while he's sitting in his recliner. 

He loves eating anything that is paper. Unfortunately this includes money so we don't have cash within dog reach or we may be picking it up in pieces in the yard later. 

He also grumbles/growels at you when you pet or hug him. If you stop, he bugs you to pet him again. I guess that is why Coco is a lovable, grumpy six-year-old lab!

Jenny - Production Manager

Metron Support Services
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