Default Table Settings
In the Variables Window it is possible to define default table settings for the variables you often use in tables, like banner variables. When these variables are used when creating tables, these settings will automatically be applied to the tables. To use the functionality, select a variable and set the right defaults. Your tables are created the way you want them without having to make the same table setting every time. This can save a lot of time when creating tables.
There are 3 tabs containing settings. In the 'Significance' tab you can define if OfficeReports default should perform a significance test in case this variable is used in the Banner.
In the 'Sort' tab you can define the default sorting. In case the variable is used in the Banner, these settings will be used for sorting the columns. In case the variable is used in the Stub, the settings are used to set the row sorting.
In the 'Miscellaneous' tab it is possible to set defaults for ignoring filters and hiding rows and column based on the base of the row/column. In case the variable is used in the Banner, the setting will be the default in the table for 'not showing' specific columns. If the variable is used in the Stub it is used for 'not showing' rows. Checking 'Set Banner on create' will automatically add this variable as Banner Variable in the table when creating a new table.