Membership Records Overview
A membership record represents a person relevant to your organization. Despite the name, "membership record," the record does not necessarily have to represent an actual "member" in terms of a class of membership. In other words, a prospective member, as well as a "person who gets our newsletters," is a candidate for a membership record.
1.To open to the Membership List, choose the Members workspace from the Home ribbon bar.
2. The Membership List will display.
If you're not familiar with selecting records in lists, please see this topic on how to select records from lists in Windows.
When the list is displayed, you can quickly find a record by typing in the search field at the top of the list. Any text typed in the field will be sought throughout all data displayed in the list.
Click the column heading of any column to sort the list by that column. The following example shows a date column being sorted in descending order, so the most recent dates are at the top.
The first click will sort the column in ascending order, the second click will sort the column in descending order,and a small arrow icon will indicate the current sort direction.
If you need to read especially long entries, just position your mouse pointer between the column headings until the cursor changes to a double-headed arrow, then drag the column to the size you want.
When you add a record or change data on the list, the system will try to refresh the modified row so that you see the change immediately. If the change doesn't appear for some reason, you can press F5 or click the Refresh button on the ribbon to re-retrieve data from the database. Note that the number of records shown on the list, and the current number of selected rows is always displayed in the status area below the list.
You can easily export (save) data from the view in various formats, including PDF for easy printing. See Exporting Data for details.
The ribbon bar provides access to everything related to the list records.