Filtering the list
Any list can be filtered by one or more filters from the Filters tab. The Filters tab is called by the menu command View/Filters (tab) or from the task bar.
Filters are pre-saved search queries. When the filter is enabled, the system executes this query in relation to the current list and leaves only the documents in it that satisfy the conditions of the request. Unnecessary documents while working with the list are hidden by active filters.
To enable the filter, open the tab with filters and mark the filters you need. Users can create and save their own filters.
If you enable filters above the list, Warning about the filtered list will appear. To cancel the action of any filter, it is enough to remove the appropriate mark. You can also use the Undo All Filters command to undo all active filters and return the list to its original state.
Logical operations on lists
Logical operations on lists allow you to get their sum, difference or the general part of two lists. Logical operations always involve two lists - one of them is the current one ( A ), which is currently displayed on the screen, and the second one (i) (B) should be selected from among those stored in folders.
When the Add List ... command of the Analysis menu is selected (see Figure 7.30), the system opens the folder window and suggests adding the current list of A documents Previously stored list B. To join the lists, you should select from the folders list B, whose documents are barely -
Fig. 7.30. Logical operations on lists
Dust add the current list A, and click the OK button. The result of combining A + B appears on the screen. It will contain documents that exist at least in one of the source lists.
At the command Cross List ... ... the system opens the folder window and prompts you to select the previously saved list B, with which to cross the current list A. The result of the intersection A The will contain the documents that were present in each of the source lists.
On the Subtract List ... command, the system opens the folder window and prompts you to select the previously saved list B, whose documents should be excluded from the current list A. i>
The subtraction result of A - B will contain documents unique to the current list of A. The documents that are in the list are deleted from the list A B.
Saving to a file, exporting to MS Word and printing a list of documents
Save to file. The list can be saved to a file on the hard disk in the formats rtf, txt, html, xml.
To do this, use the Save to File command from the File menu (Figure 7.31).
In the window that opens, the user must select the device and folder where the list will be saved, select the type and specify the file name.
Fig. 7.31. File menu section
Export to MS Word. The list of documents or its selected fragment can be exported to a text editor MS Word. To do this, use the Export to MS Word command from the File menu (Figure 7.31) or the command from the drop-down list of the toolbar.
When exporting, the list of documents or its selected fragment can be saved to a new or already open MS Word document at the user's choice.
Print. A list of documents or a selection can be printed on the printer using the Print ... menu in the File menu or the corresponding toolbar button.
Remember: if there are selected fragments in the text of the document, only these fragments will be printed instead of the full text.
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