Working with the Supporting Detail Hierarchy
The supporting detail hierarchy should reflect the type of information that supports the cell values and the mathematical operators that create the relationships.
To create or change the supporting detail hierarchy:
In a form, select the cells with supporting detail.
Select Edit, and then Supporting Detail.
Create or change the rows in the hierarchy that provide the detail for the data values by putting the cursor on an item and clicking the options in this table:
Adds an item one level below the selected cell. You can add unlimited children, but consider the potential performance impact.
Adds an item at the same level as the selected cell. You can add unlimited siblings, but consider the potential performance impact.
Removes the selected item
Simultaneously removes all supporting detail
Moves the selected item to the next-higher level
Moves the selected item to the next-lower level
Moves the selected item before its sibling predecessor
Moves the selected item after its sibling successor
Adds a row below the selected item, duplicating its structure (text, operator, and values)
Gets the latest stored database values, restoring the previously saved values, and possibly overwriting changes you just made.
The save operation stores the detail text, values, and aggregate values.