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Figure 12-3:
Creating a
new field.
8. Click OK to save your field and return to your new tab.
At this point, you’ll probably need to repeat Steps 6 and 7 quite a few
times — at least once for each new field you’d like to add.
9. If you’d like to change the name of your tab, click Title, Description,
and Navigation on the Customize tab.
The List General Settings page opens, as shown in Figure 12-4.
10. Fill in the new tab name and click Save to save your changes.
You can change the name of just about any Business Application tab, except
for the tabs that you see in Business Contact Manager. In addition, you can
add new fields to any of those tabs — again, with the exception of those in
Business Contact Manager.
You can change any part of a Business Application by clicking the Settings
icon and choosing Create Column. If you don’t see the Settings icon, you can’t
make a change to that section.
Adding a whole lot of columns
The previous section shows you how easy it is to create another tab for a
Business Application and then populate it with new fields (okay, “columns”).
You even see how to add an existing field to the new tab so that when the value
changes on one list, the other list updates itself automatically. Unfortunately,
you have to add those fields to the new tab one at a time — which can take a
lot of your time, but at least you only have to do it once.
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