HOWTO: Indenting and Unindenting (aka Parent and Child Items)
ListPro let's you indent items in your list. This lets you create a primary item (called the Parent Item), with secondary items (called the Child Items) indented underneath it in an outline format. Indenting is a great way to organize a list.
EXAMPLE: Bob wants to create a list to track the members of his softball league's players. Bob creates an item in his list for each team, and then creates an item for each team member indented beneath the proper team.
Another nice feature of indented items is that you can expand or collapse the parent item. Collapsing the parent item hides all of thei children beneath it.
How to Indent
Follow these instructions to indent items beneath other items to make them "children" of the item above them.
To un-indent the items, simply reverse the process.
How to Expand and Collapse
Follow these instructions to expand or collapse a column with items indented beneath it:
You can also use the Expand All and Collapse All functions. These are located in the List Group of the Control Bar at the bottom of the screen when you are viewing a list.