BL Banking uses overviews to render bank business data in list form. These respectively show the most important properties as columns. In most cases, double-clicking with the mouse, pressing the keyboard combination Alt+Enter, or clicking on the corresponding menu item opens a dialog box with the details or performs another appropriate action.

Sorting columns

All overviews can be sorted by clicking on the header row of the respective column. The respective applicable sorting is indicated by an arrow in the column header row. The default sorting is restored by clicking on the sorted column header row a third time. The arrow then disappears again. The selected sorting is maintained even after an application restart.

Move column

You can move the columns of an overview by dragging and dropping the column title row into the desired position.

Expand row

In order to improve clarity, certain entries are displayed as superordinate rows, which are equipped with an arrow at the beginning. This arrow can be used to expand such a row, therefore making the subordinate rows visible. They are also indented to clearly highlight the association to the row above. For differentiation purposes, the row of such a expand row is rendered differently, e.g it is filled in and points down.

An example for this is the account overview, in which the accounts can be expanded, as well as the account statements when they are made up of several pages.

Note: Please also note that depending on the system environment, the arrows are only visible when the corresponding tab is activated or the mouse pointer is located within. This is for instance the case in Windows 7 with the default Aero theme. However, if you use the Classic theme instead, a plus or minus sign is displayed in its place.
Selecting rows

Several rows can be selected in all overviews by holding down the Ctrl or Shift key while selecting individual or a range of cells with the mouse. This approach is the same as with nearly all applications that select elements in a list, e.g. the file manager on your computer (Explorer under Windows).