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Quicken uses other windows to display information, depending on what you want to see or what task you are trying to perform.
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A list window (see Figure 1-3) shows a list of information about related things, such as accounts, categories, classes, or scheduled transactions. You can use a list window to perform tasks with items in the list.
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Quicken s report windows (see Figure 1-4) enable you to create and access subreports based on a main report. A list of all reports appears in the left column of the window. Click a report link to view the report in the main window. To create a subreport, double-click a report line item amount. You can also use options and buttons at the top of the window to work with, customize, and save reports. I explain how to create and customize reports and graphs in 9.
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Quicken features a built-in Web browser, which enables you to view information on Quicken.com from within Quicken in an Internet window (see Figure 1-5). I tell you more about Quicken s built-in browser and Quicken.com in 4.
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Features and Commands
Quicken offers a number of ways to access its features and commands, including standard Microsoft Windows elements, such as menus and dialogs, and Quicken elements, such as the toolbar, button bar, and links and buttons within Quicken windows.
Figure 1-4 The report window may include a report and a graph.
Figure 1-5 Quicken.com content appears in an Internet window like this one.
Quicken 2009 The Official Guide
Menus
Like all other Windows programs, Quicken displays a number of menus in a menu bar at the top of the screen. You can choose commands from the menus in three ways:
Click the menu name to display the menu. If necessary, click the name of the submenu you want (shown here), and then click the name of the command you want.
Press ALT to activate the menu bar and press the keyboard key for the underlined letter in the menu that you want to open. If necessary, press the key for the underlined letter in the submenu that you want to open, and then press the key for the underlined letter in the command that you want. Press the shortcut key combination for the menu command that you want. A command s shortcut key, if it has one, is displayed to the right of the command name on the menu.
Shortcut Menus
Shortcut menus (which are sometimes referred to as context or context-sensitive menus) can be displayed throughout Quicken. Point to the item for which you want to display a shortcut menu and click the right mouse button. The menu,
1 / Getting to Know Quicken
which includes only those commands applicable to the item, appears at the mouse pointer, as shown here.
Dialogs
Like other Windows applications, Quicken uses dialogs to communicate with you. Some dialogs display a simple message, while others include text boxes, option buttons, check boxes, and drop-down lists you can use to enter information. Many dialogs also include a Help button that you can use to get additional information about options.
Toolbar
The toolbar is a row of buttons along the top of the application window, just beneath the menu bar (see Figures 1-1 and 1-2), that gives you access to other navigation techniques and features. The toolbar is customizable; I explain how to customize it in Appendix B. Here s a quick look at the buttons that appear by default:
Back displays the previously opened window. Forward displays the window you were looking at before you clicked the Back button. This button is only available if you clicked the Back button to view a previously viewed window. Reports displays the main Reports & Graphs window, which you can use to create reports and graphs based on Quicken data. I cover Quicken s reporting feature in detail in 9. Services displays the Quicken Services window, which provides information about additional Quicken services. Quicken.com displays the Quicken.com home page in an Internet window. I introduce Quicken.com in 4. Calendar displays the Calendar window, which shows scheduled calendar inflows and outflows.
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