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As discussed in 1, the My Pages feature offers customizable views of your Quicken data. You can use this feature to create multiple My Pages views, each of which show the snapshots of summarized financial information that you want to display. Figure B-1 shows an example.
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Figure B-1 An example of the Main View of My Pages, with some snapshots added.
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Appendix B / Customizing Quicken
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My Pages was known as the Quicken Home page in some previous versions of Quicken. If you ve upgraded to Quicken 2009 from a previous version, you may already have custom views of the Quicken Home page set up in your Quicken data file. You ll get access to these views on the My Pages tab, where you can switch from one to another, modify them, and delete them as discussed in this section.
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To get started, click the My Pages tab near the top of the Quicken window. Quicken displays the Main View subtab. Before you customize this view, it displays a sample snapshot. Once you ve customized it, it displays the snapshots you added to it (refer to Figure B-1.)
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Modifying the Current View
You can modify the current view with the Customize View dialog, which is shown next. Choose Customize This View from the Customize pop-up menu beside the view subtabs (refer to Figure B-1). Make changes as desired and click OK to save them.
Adding an Item Items are organized by type in the Available Items list, making it easy to find the one you want. To add an item to the view, select it in the Available Items list and click Add. Its name appears in the Chosen Items list. You can include up to 16 items in the view.
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Removing an Item To remove an item from the view, select it in the Chosen
Items list and click Remove.
Rearranging Items To rearrange the order of items in the Chosen Items list, select an item and click Move Up or Move Down. Repeat this process until the items appear in the order you want.
Creating a New View
By creating multiple views, you can make several versions of the My Pages tab window, each with a specific set of information. You can then quickly switch from one view to another to see the information you want. In the My Pages window, choose Create A New View from the Customize pop-up menu beside the view subtabs (refer to Figure B-1). The Customize View dialog, which is shown earlier, appears. Enter a name for the view in the View Name box. Then follow the instructions in the previous section to add items to the view and click OK. A new Quicken My Pages window view is created to your specifications and appears onscreen.
Switching from One View to Another
If you have created more than one view for the Quicken Home window, each view has its own subtab at the top of the My Pages window, as shown here. To switch from one view to another, simply click its button.
Deleting a View
To delete a view, begin by switching to the view you want to delete. Then choose Delete This View from the Customize pop-up menu beside the view subtabs (refer to Figure B-1). Click Yes in the confirmation dialog that appears. The view is deleted, and another view takes its place. You cannot delete the Main View.
Customizing the Toolbar
The toolbar is a row of buttons along the top of the screen, just beneath the menu bar. These buttons offer quick access to Quicken features. You can customize the toolbar by adding, removing, or rearranging buttons, or by changing the display options for toolbar buttons. You can do all this with
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the Customize Toolbar dialog, which is shown next. To open this dialog, choose Edit | Customize Tool Bar.
To customize the toolbar, make changes in this dialog and click OK. The toolbar is redrawn to your specifications.
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