Note In addition to the seven columns of information theres a checkbox for selecting bugs Youll learn about the use of this checkbox to modify cases in bulk in Chapter

You can change the columns for grid view by clicking the Options menu item. Figure 2-24 shows the section of the Options page that lets you select the columns for your own personal grid.

Show your cases in a table format with the following columns:

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Figure 2-24. Choosing columns for the grid view

Alternatively, you may want to view cases in the newspaper-like list view. If you're viewing cases in grid view, click the Switch to List View link above the grid. This will change the list of bugs to list view, as shown in Figure 2-25, while preserving the current filter. Note that list view includes a Switch to Grid View link, so it's easy to get back.

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r 20. Setup Fails on Win095

$ ServiceMonitor - Setup - opened 7/12/2005 10:14 AM 1 - Must Fix

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V 23. Document the process for monitoring remote machines

$ ServiceMonitor - Misc - opened 7/13/2005 4:53 PM 1 - Must Fix

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V 24. Add distributed monitoring agent

$ ServiceMonitor - Misc - opened 11/7/2004 (Yesterday) 5:00 PM 1 - Must Fix

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V 16. Crash when recycling Exchange while being monitored

® ServiceMonitor - Core service - opened 11/6/2004 7:30 PM 1 - Must Fix

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Active (fix for LO: 9/1/2005) Wo Estimate

V 22. Bad spelling on Monitor Wizard screen

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Figure 2-25. Viewing cases in list view

Each view has its own advantages. In grid view, it's easy to get an overall sense of the cases that match the current filter, and easy to scan down the list to find a case that you want. In list view, you have the benefit of seeing the summary boxes to the left of the list, which gives you a quick way to see how cases are distributed among projects, releases, priorities, and persons. Plus, in list view you also get to see the picture of the day.

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