The toolbar on the sheet viewer contains buttons to perform a variety of actions. Many of these functions are also available in cell context menus.
|Erase All Edits||
Erases all unsaved changes on the sheet and returns the values in those cells to the values they had before any edits had been made. This button does not refresh the data on the sheet to include changes made by other users (see Refresh below).
|Save||Saves all unsaved changes on the sheet to the database.||All Sheets|
|Printable View||Generates a printable view of the data on the sheet by exporting a spreadsheet in Microsoft Excel (*xls) format for printing.||All Sheets|
|Refresh||Discards all unsaved changes on the sheet and reloads the previous version from the database. This will refresh the data seen on the sheet and will display any new changes which may have been made to the values on the sheet by other users.|
|Copy Value, Copy Formula||Toggles between copying the value of selected cells or copying the formulas. Set accordingly, then use keyboard shortcuts for copy, cut, and paste (Ctrl+C, Ctrl+X, and Ctrl+V).|
|Add Split||Adds a new split to the account. This button is inactive if more than one cell is selected, or new splits cannot be added to the sheet.||Standard sheets|
|Delete Split||Deletes the split with the currently-selected cell. This button is inactive if more than one cell is selected, or the cell is not on a split.||Standard sheets|
|Rename Split||Renames the split with the currently-selected cell. This button is inactive if more than one cell is currently selected, or the selected cell is not on a split.||Standard sheets|
|Add Row||Adds a new row below the current row. This button is inactive if new rows cannot be added to the sheet.||Modeled sheets|
|Delete Row||Deletes the selected rows. This button is inactive if rows cannot be deleted from the sheet.||Modeled sheets|
|Explore Cell||Opens the Cell Explorer. This button is only active when a cell contains a formula or value which can be explored.|
|Change Dimensions||Opens the Change Dimensions dialog which specifies which dimension is placed on each axis of the sheet, as well as which dimensions are included in the dimension selectors (located at the top of the sheet). Change Dimensions is the faster way to change multiple dimensions at the same time.||Cube sheets|
|Swap Axes||A quick way to swap the dimension on top of the sheet with the dimension on the side of the sheet. Click this icon to swap the X-axis with the Y-axis, but leave the rest of the sheet unchanged. This button is only active when a single dimension is added to the Y-axis.||Cube sheets|
|Restore Default View||Restores the sheet to the initial view specified by the sheet designer (including the selection of which dimensions are on the top and side of the sheet, and which elements are shown on those dimensions).||Cube sheets|
Alters the display and filters out elements on the sheet so you can focus on the information that is most important to you. For example, you can use display options to change the viewable time range, decide which columns to include, or suppress all rows with zeroes or blanks. The available display options vary depending on the type of sheet: standard, cube, or modeled. Settings include:
When the sheet view is filtered, the Display Option icon on the toolbar changes to .
|Chart||Displays a graphical version of the selected cells. Only available to users with Discovery permissions.||Standard sheets|