Row Properties (Row mode)

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In this section of the properties box, you enter the information that defines how the currently selected row behaves in the statement and what sort of information it will accommodate. To select a row, either click the row number/description button, click in a cell in the appropriate row and click the row mode button, or type the row number in the Row field. You must be in Row mode for the Row Properties section to be displayed

Typically, when setting up a new Financial Statement, you would define the properties of a row first, then define the properties for each cell in the row, where applicable.

If you select an individual cell (rather than an entire row), you must define a valid formula for that cell (in the Contents field), along with a default period indicator and amount type - otherwise no data will appear on the statement.

See also: Editing financial statements, overview


The following are field-by-field descriptions of the Row Properties section of the Properties box.

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