Copy Cells

When viewing a grid, you can copy information in a single cell by right-clicking on it and select Copy.

To copy several cells at once, click one and either hit [CTRL] and click the other cells individually, or hit [SHIFT] and click the last cell you want to copy (if you are copying within a column) so that they are all highlighted.  Then right-click on one of the cells and select Copy.

Right-Clicking A Cell

In many different tables and grids, right-clicking on a cell or heading will bring up a menu of additional options besides Copy. There are many different menus that offer different things. It is recommended that when viewing different screens for the first time you try right-clicking to view any options that may be useful.

Here are a couple of examples from the Buying tab on an item listing.

Options Toolbar (Reports)

The options toolbar has a number of different buttons you can customize in the print menu for any report in FieldStack. 

The basic buttons (from left to right) are:

  • Thumbnails
  • Find
  • Select Printer to Print From
  • Quick Print (Prints to default printer)
  • Page Setup 
  • Magnifier
  • Zoom options
  • Navigation options (Start of Doc, Previous Page, Next Page, End of Doc)
  • View (How many pages you want to look at, at once)
  • Toolbar settings / Add buttons

There are many other button options under the Toolbar Settings button. You can add a button by clicking its name. Once you see a check mark beside the name of the button, it will appear on the toolbar.

Reports Vs. Grids 

Many of the reports in FieldStack may be viewed in a report or grid format.  When available, the option will appear near the top of the window.  The default view is as a report (which is how it would appear as a PDF) but checking the Grid option and clicking the Run button will put the data into an interactive grid format.

Reports group items first by condition (new or used), then format, and then the items are listed alphabetically.  This is the best format to use for printing.

The grid format is useful when you want to view the data an alternate way.  You can use the same Sorting, Grouping, and Filtering methods as explained earlier in this article.