Sorting Browse Tables

Most tables may be sorted, reverse sorted and compound sorted with just a few mouse clicks.

typical browse tablle

What is a secondary or compound sort? Let's say you are planning a trip to Indiana and would like to view all of your customers and prospect grouped by city. And that you would like to have them listed alphabetically in each group. This is exactly what the compound sort is for. To do this you would browse the customers, of course. Then click the State column header. This sorts all of your customers alphabetically by state. Then, while holding the control key down like a shift key, click on the city header. Now, all of the customers in Indiana (as well as each of the other states) are sorted by their city. If you repeat this process and click on the Name header your displayed list has sorted the customers in each city by name.

Clicking a header description a second time reverses the sort order.