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In list view, you should see the same thing as in form view, except there is one form after another as you scroll down.

In table view, you can grab in-between the field names and drag to resize their width. You can also grab the field name itself, and drag it left or right. That way you can see the most important fields first.

You can change your page setup to landscape to see even more. Then if you really want to squeeze more info onto the screen, look at scaling down the printout, or resize to fit.

Dave

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Table view shows all the fields on your layout in a spreadsheet view from top to bottom and left to right. In other words, the field closest to the top left corner will display first and so on. Of course, you can always change the order of the fields in browse mode just like you would in a spreadsheet. List view is my preferred method for displaying multiple records but it requires more work. You'll have to do this in layout mode by rearranging the fields and likely shrinking the size of the body part. Typically, you line up your fields side-by-side on a single line and make the body part just big enough to contain the single line of fields.

With that said, you really should make different layouts for your different views. Rarely do I use the same layout for form and list view. Just create a simple script with the Go to Layout step to navigate between the two views.

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