No. If you have one (or more) judges used for all the classes, you can enter them in all at once. After ALL your classes have been set up, select the first class and click on the first Go. As you add your judge to this first class you will be asked if this judge is for all the classes. Clicking ‘Yes’ will apply that judge to each class in your showbill. This pertains to subsidiary shows as well.
Once you have entered a judge (or judges) into one class you will no longer get that question and will need to Reset All Judges for the Working Show (from the Utilities menu) with the correct show as the working show in order to set them all again.
If you have made an error or a change has been made to a judge, you can use the Reset or Swap Judges functions from the Utilities menu.
If you plan to just delete a judge from a class in the show, you will need to delete the judges from the bottom of the listing first even if the first one in the list is the incorrect judge. When judges are added to a show, they are put in data fields called ‘Judge1’, ‘Judge2’, etc. When you delete one judge from a listing of multiple judges, the program DOES NOT move the judges from one field to another (i.e. if you delete Judge1, Judge2 isn’t moved into field Judge1) and the software sees an empty field for a judge and thinks there are no judges and therefore no results.