Using EstateExec Tables
EstateExec tables are quite powerful, and have a variety of (sometimes hidden) capabilities, such as PDF export or column auto-fit.
Don't worry, you don't need to know most of this: just remember there are a lot of capabilities available in
case you later have something special you want to accomplish.
- Filter — Typing values in these header cells will cause the table to show only qualifying rows.
- Resize — Drag the divider to resize column widths.
- Column Auto-Fit — After resizing columns, you may find that the table no longer fills the entire page. Clicking
this button will expand/shrink the columns proportionately to relink it to the width of the page.
- Menu — Brings up the standard table menu (as shown).
- Sort — Clicking a column header once will sort by that column. Click again for reverse sort.
Click again for no sort. Shift-click a column to add it to the sort.
- Edit — Click a cell to edit its value (or the contents of the entire row).
- Gray Text — Gray text for distributed asset value indicates that the asset has been allocated for distribution,
but that the distribution has not yet occurred.
- Print or Export — You can export data to a PDF file or a CSV file (for Excel, etc.).
- Hide Columns — Click a column name in the menu to hide it; click it again to show it.
Include More —
Many tables also have an "Include More" button below the bottom right. By default, EstateExec will show the most recent entries
(e.g., cashflow transactions, executor log entries), but you can request to see older entries by clicking the "Include More" button
in the bottom right. Be careful because table summary statistics and exports only use what is present locally in the table.
Keep clicking the "Include More" button until you see "All dates included" if you want to act on ALL entries.