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Add or edit data with Records Editor

Records Editor enables you to arrange data from the table slightly different than the Grid in the main window. Instead of showing the record as a row, it arranges the table fields vertically. This is similar to the Card view in the Grid. However, you cannot add records in the Card view and Records Editor enables you to enter or change data much faster. Open the Records Editor by double-clicking the record you would like to edit or choosing the Records Editor option in the View menu.

To add a new record

1. Press the Add button on the toolbar to add a new record:

2. Enter the data in the text boxes. Press TAB to go to the next field.

3. Press the Save button to apply the changes.

To edit a record

Use the up and down buttons to find the record you want to edit. You can also double-click the record in the Grid and Records Editor will open the table and the selected record.

To edit data within a field, click in the field you want to edit, and then type the data. Always press Save after you finish editing the record otherwise your changes will not be saved.

To delete a record

Use the up and down buttons to find the record you want to delete. You can also double-click the record in the Grid and Records Editor will open the table and the selected record. Press the delete button on the toolbar to delete a record.


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