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|To restore the '''Spot Database Display's''' default format, click the '''Reset''' button in the '''Spot Database Layout''' panel on the '''Config''' window's '''Spot Database''' tab.
Formatting the Spot Database Display
To change the width of a column in the Spot Database Display, position the cursor over the vertical line to the left or right of the column's caption; when properly positioned, the cursor will change to the Windows border adjustment cursor, allowing you to click and drag the column border to either expand or contract the column width as desired.
To change the order of columns in the Spot Database Display, click on the caption of a column you wish to relocate. Then click-and-drag the column until the two red positioning triangles indicate the desired new location.
To change the format used to display dates and times in the FirstTime, LastTime, and RcvdTime fields, use Dates and times setting in the Spot Database Layout panel on the Config window's Spot Database tab.
To add a column to the Spot Database Display, open the Config window's Spot Database Display tab and in the Layout panel
- scroll to the bottom of the list so that the last entry, which has an asterisk in it's left-most column, is visible
click in last entry's Field column, and then select the Field to be displayed in the new column
in the last entry's Caption column, type the heading to appear at the top of the new column
click in the last entry's Align column, as specify whether information in the column is to be displayed with left, center, or right alignment
To delete a column from the Spot Database Display, open the Config window's Spot Database Display tab and in the Layout panel
- scroll to the entry representing the column to be deleted
- click in the entry representing the column to be deleted
click the Delete selected list entry button at the bottom of the panel
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