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Re: Customizing Facts View
Posted by: Keith Nuttle (ID *****2167) Date: December 22, 2012 at 06:07:55
In Reply to: Customizing Facts View by Anne Leyden of 60373

I am going to assume you can see all of the facts in People Person Facts, or see them when click the fact on this page and can see the notes associated with the fact on the right

If so this would mean you probably can not see all of the facts when you generate a report Publish Detail.

If so go to the right pane with a heading of the report name followed by the word Options. (If you don't look at the middle of the right border, there is a series of dots in the middle for the right frame, click and hold down and drag the window open.) In this Options window there are several icons just below the Options.

The left most is Items to Include, click and it opens a new window. In that Window There is a +, X, and two arrows.

By clicking the + a Window opens that lets you select what you want in your report. I usually click "Select All" at the bottom and click OK, you can select what you want.

All so click the boxes for the items you want to include, and then click OK to bring you back to your report.

I hope I understood what you want.

PS: Do not use the saved settings. This will cause hours of frustration until you realize these settings override settings you made in your report and be the ones saved with the report.


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