After you create an application, the tree will display the application(s) that are currently open, all the files that belong to that application and their relationships with one another. The files tree is always present. When you close the application or file, it is removed from the files tree.
There are five kinds of trees in CSPro:
• Files tree shows all the applications that are open, and the files they contain.
• Dictionaries tree shows all the dictionaries that are open, and their contents.
• Data entry forms tree shows all the form specifications that are open, and their forms and fields.
• Batch edits tree shows all the edits specifications that are open, and the order of edits.
• Tables tree shows all the table specifications that are open, and their contents.
The files tree is always available. The other four trees are available only if appropriate applications are open.
To change the tree on the left side, click the tab of the tree you want to see.
The tabs at the bottom of the tree indicate which file tree is displayed. To change the tree, click the tab of the tree you want to see. Use Ctrl+T to see the full file names (labels) of the files you have open. Double-click on the files tree to switch the frame on the right side of the screen.