Setting a Global Filter

Global filters can be set in the Project Explorer on the left, and in each Manager.

Right-click on a group in the Document Group section of the Project Explorer (or in a Manager) and select the option Set Global Filter.
Set Global Filter

Display Of Globa

If a global filter is set, all affected managers, browsers, lists and tools show a colored bar on top indicating which filter has been set.

  • global document filters are blue.
  • global quotations filters are orange.
  • global code filters are green.
  • global memo filters are magenta.
  • global network filters are purple

All filters set

Activating / Deactivating Global Filters

While a global filter is active, you can temporarily deactivate it by clicking on the check-box in the global filter bar that you see above each filtered list or table.

Changing a Global Filter

To change a global filter, right-click on a different group of the same type and set it as global filter. This will automatically deactivate the currently active filter.

Removing a Global Filter

To remove a global filter, click on the minus (-) on the right-hand side of the global filter bar.
Remove Global Filter