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View menu

The commands of the View menu helps you customize the appearance and functionality of the GoldenSection Notes main window.

Document tree
This command enables you to display/hide the document tree.

View as folder
This command displays any document as a folder and lets you view a list of enclosed documents.

Go To
Use these commands to navigate between hyperlinks or documents.
Use this command to go back to the previous document if you navigate between documents manually or via hyperlinks.

A command, opposite of Back, lets you go forward in your document viewing/navigation history.

Show Records of Subdocuments
This command enables you to display records of the current document and records of all subdocuments of the same type in the Document window.

Sort by
This command enables you to activate/deactivate sorting by one of fields in the Document window. Here you can choose a sorting order: ascending or descending .

List of Records
This command enables you to display/hide a list of records for the current document. You can customize a list of displayed fields or select one of given options by right-clicking the title of the displayed list of records.
If you want to set up a list of fields of the record, select the Customize menu item in the menu that appears. This will call up a list of available fields. To add one of given fields, simply drag it to the list of records. If you want to remove one of the fields given in the list of records, drag this field (by its title bar) to the window that contains a list of available fields.

Record Details
This command enables you to display/hide record details. This feature is designed to display a list of fields for the current record. Here you can choose which fields to display: All Fields, Filled Fields, or Empty Fields.

Show Comment
This command enables you to display/hide Comment of the record.

View Ruler
This command toggles ruler on and off in notes and comments. A ruler helps you format documents. You can use it to adjust margins or indents, and set tab positions to align your text.

Example of a ruler (1):

Arrange Windows
Use this command to change positional relationship of program windows, or even remove them.
When you select this menu item, a panel appears above the list of records, record details and comments. Use this panel to drag the mentioned elements to other locations or switch between their current positions.

Use the panel (1) to drag elements. Just drag the corresponding panel to some other location, or drag outside of the program window. In the last case, the element will operate independently of the program's main window.

List of Records placed outside of the program window:

This command enables you to customize the appearance of toolbars. Use this command to display/hide various toolbars and set up the presence of buttons on these toolbars (see the Toolbars and menu help section).

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