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EnCE EnCase Computer Forensics: The Official EnCase Certified Examiner Study Guide, 3rd Edition by Steve Bunting

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Table Pane Navigation

Now that I’ve covered most of the case Entries view features in the Tree pane, I’ll focus on the features of the Table pane. To simplify things for now, I have not covered the various tab views in the Tree pane. I’ll return to them later. The Table pane has several tabs, but the default tab is Table View, in which the objects appear in a spreadsheet view, with the various attributes or properties of the objects appearing in columns.

Table View

From the Table view, you can sort, hide, move, lock, and otherwise configure columns to streamline your examination. There are more columns than you can see at once unless you have multiple monitors configured to accommodate such a view. Except for those lucky enough to have dual- ...

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