Accountants Enterprise in Australia only
The Bookmarking (Note Reference) window is used to create bookmarks for rows which can then be used in note referencing and cross referencing. A bookmark is a name that you apply to a row in a Format to identify that row for referencing purposes. You can only bookmark one row at a time.
When you create a bookmark for a row in a Format you need to enter a name. Use the Bookmark name field to provide a descriptive name for the bookmark you are creating.
A bookmark name must be unique within a Format – you cannot have 2 bookmarks with the same name within the one Format. The name must be no more than 40 characters in length.
There is also a Note Reference checkbox where you define whether the bookmark will be used as a note reference.
- Open the Format Editor window for the Format containing the row you want to bookmark.
Click in the row label area (the grey left–hand column containing the row number) to select the row that you want to apply the bookmark to.
From the right–click menu, select Bookmark. The Bookmarking (Note reference) window opens.
Enter a Bookmark name. This is what you will use to identify this row when you want to cross–reference to it or use it as a note reference. The entered Bookmark name can be up to a maximum of 40 characters.
Select the Note reference checkbox, if you will use this bookmark as a note reference.
Click OK to save the bookmark and return to the Format Editor window. The row for which you have created the bookmark will have a B displayed in its row label, .
To apply the note, see Creating notes and cross-references.
- In the Format Editor window, click in the row label area (the grey left–hand column containing the row number) to select the row that you want to remove a bookmark from.
- From the right–click menu, select Bookmark. The Bookmarking (Note reference) window opens.
Deselect the Apply Bookmark checkbox.
- Click OK to save the changes and return to the Format Editor window. The bookmark is removed and the disappears from the row label.