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Insert usual item

Inserts a row before the current row in the table.

-   the symbol for the current row. Located on the "button" on the left of the row (see "General view of the application").

"Usual item" means "not a scheduling period." (Scheduling periods are special expense items in the sense that their insertion and editing is done using special dialogues with check of the periods intersection.)

To add usual expense item to the end of the table, just edit the last (empty) row marked with green "plus" on the "button" on the left (see "General view of the application").

Copy items from...

Shows the dialog to copy expense items into the table. Dialog allows you to select the copy source - the current Cost Planning task (if it has more than one table), or a task from another file; then select the data to be copied and run it.

 

A similar dialog (except choice of the copy source) is shown if you "drag and drop" onto the table a part of the resource "tree" (see "General view of the application") from one of the open Cost Planning tasks.

Insert scheduling period(s)...

Displays the dialog to insert scheduling periods into the table before the current row.

-   the symbol for the current row. Located on the "button" on the left of the row (see "General view of the application").

The dialog allows to insert the following expense items: years, quarters, months, weeks, days, or any period specified by the start and end dates.

Delete

Deletes the selected rows from the table. To select a row, click the "button" on the left of it. To select multiple rows, click "buttons" on the left of them while holding down the Ctrl or Shift key. If you try to delete multiple rows, the application displays a warning (if it is not disabled in the menu "Settings → Interface ..."). If at least one of selected rows is detailed, the application displays a warning regardless of the setting.

Details

Creates or opens a table detailing the current expense item (see "General view of the application").

To the "parent" item

If you are working with a table detailing some expense item, lets go to level up - to the table containing this detailed item (see «General view of the application»).

Remove details...

Displays the dialog to remove details of the current expense item.

-   the symbol for the current row. Located on the "button" on the left of the row (see "General view of the application").

Subtract actual cost...

This command is intended to adjust the plan in the course of its implementation. Displays the dialog to enter a cost which should be removed from the plan. The cost will be subtracted from 'Min. request', 'Max. request', 'Allocate min.', 'Allocate max.' values in the current row, and from minimum and maximum amount in the resource specification.

The actual cost should be entered for expense items which have no details. If an expense item has a "parent" expense item, the 'request' and 'Allocate' values will be decreased for the "parent" automatically. (If the "parent" has "parent", for it too, etc.)

The dialog contains buttons "Subtract and request re-allocation", "Just subtract", "Cancel". 

-   the symbol for the current row. Located on the "button" on the left of the row (see "General view of the application").

Sort ascending

Sorts the table in ascending order of values in the column containing the selected cell.

 

Sort descending

Sorts the table in descending order of values in the column containing the selected cell.

Select

Selects the table row, where a cell is selected or being edited at the moment.

Select All

Selects all the table.

Renumber as shown

Performs numbering expense items in the order in which they are currently displayed. (Initially, numbers are assigned in the order of adding. After sorting rows you can renumber them.)

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