Logging in Automatically

For convenience, users may put their user name and password on the command line when creating a shortcut on their desktop.  If a valid user name and password is on the command line, MasterQ logs the user in and the normal log in screen is bypassed.
But consider this...
Anyone who has access to the user's computer can log in as the user and make any changes the user is authorized to perform. 
The user's name and password could be viewed by a non-authorized user and, since all Agenda Development software uses the same name-password, the non-authorized user could use the compromised password to log into MasterQ as well as other Agenda Development software even if the name-password was not stored in that shortcut. 

Creating a Desktop Shortcut that Logs the User in Automatically

Create a new shortcut on your desktop by right-clicking the desktop and choosing NEW | SHORTCUT.  Use the BROWSE button to navigate to where your Agenda Development programs are installed and double click on the MasterQ.EXE program. 
If you wish to start the program without needing to enter your user name and password each time, add your user Name and Password after the program name in all capital letters separated by spaces.  This will bypass the sign in screen each time you start MasterQ, but anyone with access to your computer can easily sign in as you by just clicking the icon on your desktop.
NOTE:  This may not be as insecure as it sounds.  You may consider, who has access to your computer?  Does your operating system require a password to log into your network and/or access your desktop? 
NOTE:  If you set up your shortcuts to include your user name and password, even though you may not seem to sign in, MasterQ recognizes you as the current user and shows you as being the author of any documents you create.
TIP:  If your computer is reasonably secure, starting MasterQ with the command line password is a real time saver!
You should probably not use the automatic log in if one computer is shared among several users, or if you computers are in an un-secure area.