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Displaying Account Parameters & Modelling Rows

Displaying Auxiliary Rows

Auxiliary Rows assigned to accounts can be displayed in a statement, either for all statement accounts or for a chosen selection of them. Displaying auxiliary rows for selected accounts – In the panel’s work area, mark one or more accounts, then right–click to bring up a context menu. From here select Show details, then select Auxiliary Rows, or click on the Details panel on the icons bar, then on the icon for Auxiliary Rows.

 

Displaying Account Parameters

This function enables you to display account parameters that are to be input to that account. In the main work area mark an account, right–click on it and from the context menu select Show details and then Account Parameters, or click on the roll–down menu in the tool bar, and then from the context menu select Account Parameters.

 

Displaying Child Accounts

This function makes it possible to display a selected account’s child accounts. In the main work area, mark the account, right–click on it, and in the context menu select Show details and then Analytical Accounts, or click on the roll–down menu in the tool bar, and in the context menu select Analytical Accounts.

 

Displaying Consolidated Accounts

In statements of a consolidated model, for consolidated accounts you can display their subordinate accounts from consolidated models. This is done by clicking on the icon for Show Consolidated Accounts.

Tip: If you click on the Show Consolidated Accounts icon, and there are no subordinate consolidated accounts, the original display (for example the display of account details) will be terminated.

 

Hiding Details

To hide, mark a specific account in the main work area, right–click, and then either select Collapse Details in the context menu or click on the Collapse Details icon in the tool bar. You can hide the details for selected accounts or all of them, by choosing All Accounts or Selection when you click on the arrow.

 

 

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