Creates a new Database. First you have to define what fields you need.
Opens an existing EagleData file.
Opens a tabtext file and creates a new database.
Imports a tabtext file into an existing database.
Closes the current database window.
Saves the changes to disc.
Saves the database under a different name.
You have the option to save all records or the current selection only.
In addition you can choose to save your data as tabtext or as html-table.
Lets you define the print settings.
Prints the currently selected records using the current layout.
Prints the currently selected records as labels. How many labels fit in a row is defined by the "width"-parameter in the layout-editor
Quits the program.
Lets you search for records.
Lets you sort the database.
Adds a new, empty record to the database.
Adds a new record with the same data as the currently selected reord.
Shows all records.
Shows the highlighted records.
Shows the not-highlighted records.
Inverts the highlighted records.
Deletes the highlighted records.
Lets you define the fieldnames and -types of your database.
Creates a new layout.
A layout is a specific view at your data. You can have many different layouts for a database.
E.g. if you have an address database you can have a "phonebook" layout where only the names and phonenumbers are shown in addition to the standard layout.
You can easily switch between layouts using the popup menu in the database window.
Lets you edit the currently selected layout.
Deletes the currently selected layout (can't delete the last layout).
Lets you insert/append a value in/to all currently selected records.
Enters a serial number for all selected records into one of the fields. The previous contents of that field will be lost!
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