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 Most clubs, for Pairs events, use 'match point' scoring.\\ Most clubs, for Pairs events, use 'match point' scoring.\\
 Likewise, for Teams events, they generally use '​IMPs'​ scoring. ​ But several alternatives are available.\\ Likewise, for Teams events, they generally use '​IMPs'​ scoring. ​ But several alternatives are available.\\
-Double check that the settings are correctfor example whether ​you wish to convert IMPs to VPs:\\ +For example, depending on the number of boards per round, you might wish to convert IMPs to VPs:\\ 
-On the Event Details screen, when you first create the event, click on the '​scoring'​ tab, top right.\\+To check your scoring settings:  ​On the Event Details screen, when you first create the event, click on the '​scoring'​ tab, top right.\\
 As with other settings in this screen, EBUScore will default to what was used last time, but you might wish to save club defaults. As with other settings in this screen, EBUScore will default to what was used last time, but you might wish to save club defaults.
  
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 This is an extra item on the Event Menu.  It is of particular relevance to the [[https://​www.ebu.co.uk/​documents/​miscellaneous/​ngs/​ngs-for-teams.pdf|NGS]].\\ This is an extra item on the Event Menu.  It is of particular relevance to the [[https://​www.ebu.co.uk/​documents/​miscellaneous/​ngs/​ngs-for-teams.pdf|NGS]].\\
 For most Teams events, you will have the North-South players sitting throughout. ​ But occasionally you might run a 'pivot teams' for example, where some players switch polarity.\\ For most Teams events, you will have the North-South players sitting throughout. ​ But occasionally you might run a 'pivot teams' for example, where some players switch polarity.\\
-If players never switch polarity, you don't need to concern yourself with this feature. ​ But if they do switch, then you need to record this in the '​Seating Lineup'​ - thus, for the purposes of the NGS, each player will get credited with their own performance and not that of their team-mates!\\+If they do switch, then you need to record this in the '​Seating Lineup'​ - thus, for the purposes of the NGS, each player will get credited with their own performance and not that of their team-mates!\\ 
 +If players never switch polarity, you don't need to concern yourself with this feature.\\ 
 +**HOWEVER**,​ you may nevertheless need to "​Initialise all seating line-ups"​ on the Seating Lineup screen, just to confirm that the players are seated in what may appear to be the '​obvious'​ line-up!
  
 === Player Database === === Player Database ===
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 However, you can change this.  You will probably find it useful to use the same database for both programs.\\ However, you can change this.  You will probably find it useful to use the same database for both programs.\\
   * From the Main Menu, click on '​Player Database'​.   * From the Main Menu, click on '​Player Database'​.
-  * In the long bar at the top, you see the filename of the Player Database that is currently being used.\\ ​((This shows that TSMembers.dat in the EBUScore\Teams folder is used)+  * In the long bar at the top, you see the filename of the Player Database that is currently being used.\\ (This shows that TSMembers.dat in the EBUScore\Teams folder is used)
   * Click on '​Change Database',​ and confirm that you wish to do so.   * Click on '​Change Database',​ and confirm that you wish to do so.
   * Navigate to the C:​\EBUScore\Pairs folder; click on '​PSMembers.dat',​ and '​Open'​.   * Navigate to the C:​\EBUScore\Pairs folder; click on '​PSMembers.dat',​ and '​Open'​.
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