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QuickBooks 2013 For Dummies by Stephen L. Nelson, MBA, CPA

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Organizing Lists

To organize a list, you must be in single-user mode. (I describe multi-user mode in Appendix C.) Here are some ways that you can organize your list:

check.png To move an item and all its subitems: Click the diamond beside the item and then drag the item up or down the list to a new location.

check.png To make a subitem its own item: Click the diamond beside the item and then drag it to the left.

check.png To make an item a subitem: Move the item so that it’s directly beneath the item you want it to fall under. Then click the diamond beside the item and drag it to the right.

check.png To alphabetize a list: Click the Name button at the top of the list window. QuickBooks alphabetizes your list of customers, vendors, accounts, and so on in both “a to z” order and reverse “z to a” order.

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