This topic lists all the menu commands available in the View menu.
Displays annotations in the component. You can also enable this option by clicking the toolbar button. If the Show Types icon is also active, both sets of information are shown in grid form (see screenshot below). You can also use annotations to label connections. For details, see Connection Settings.
Displays data types in a component. You can also enable this option by clicking the toolbar button. If the Show Annotations icon is also active, then both sets of information are shown in grid form (see Show Annotations above).
Displays the library name in the function's header. You can also enable this option by clicking the toolbar button.
When you place the cursor over a function's header, you will see a tooltip summarizing what this function does. With the Show Tips option enabled, you can also see information about datatypes in a component.
MapForce enables you to configure the following XBRL settings:
•The label language of XBRL items and their annotations
•The preferred label roles for XBRL item names
•The specific type of label roles of annotations for XBRL items
•Custom XBRL Taxonomy Packages
These options allow you to highlight connections selectively. To find out how these options work, see Connections.
Opens the Zoom dialog box. You can enter the zoom factor numerically or drag the slider to change the zoom factor interactively.
The Back and Forward commands allow you to switch between the previous and next mappings you have been working on, relative to the currently open mapping.
Switches on/off the Status Bar visible below the Messages window.
Click Libraries to switch on/off the Libraries window. Click Manage Libraries to switch on/off the Manage Libraries window.
Switches on/off the Messages window. When code is generated, the Messages window is automatically activated to show the validation result.
Switches on/off the Overview window. Drag the rectangle to navigate your way through the mapping.
Switches on/off the Project window. To find out more about projects, see Projects.
The debug mode enables you to analyze the context in which a particular value is produced. This information is available directly in the mapping and in the Values, Context, and Breakpoints windows. For more information, see About Debug Mode.