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Sorting Lists

Sometimes the list you see isn’t the list you need. There are several ways that you can change how your list is sorted. If you’ve sorted a list and decide that the result isn’t what you need, you can easily return your list to the way it was originally sorted. If your list contains subaccounts, you can choose to retain the subaccount indentations when sorting.

  • yellow-circle-1.jpg Select a list from the Lists menu to display that list on your screen.
  • yellow-circle-2.jpg Click the heading of one of the columns to sort the list by that column. Notice that an up arrow appears at the top of the column, indicating that the list is sorted by that column alphabetically or numerically (depending on the type of content) in ascending order.
  • yellow-circle-3.jpg Click the column arrow once to change the direction of the arrow and change to a descending sort order.
  • yellow-circle-4.jpg Click the heading of any other column to sort by that column.
  • yellow-circle-5.jpg Click the diamond that appears to the left of the first column to return the list to the default sort order.
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