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 CMS Manager provides an opportunity to view a report on the account contents. The report is presented as a table displaying the amount of all the [[:​cms/​accounts/​accounts|macro and micro objects]] included into the account. CMS Manager provides an opportunity to view a report on the account contents. The report is presented as a table displaying the amount of all the [[:​cms/​accounts/​accounts|macro and micro objects]] included into the account.
  
-On the //​Accounts//​ tab in the table of results, click the button in the //Contents// column to view the report on the contents of the corresponding account.+To view a report on the contents of the account, click on the button ​{{:​icons:​report-02.png?​nolink|}} ​in the results table on the //Accounts// tab.
  
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-To adjust the table, click the corresponding ​button {{:​icons:​customizer.gif?​nolink}} ​(left top corner of the table), and choose ​the required columns. The table is automatically rebuilt according to the chosen parameters. To facilitate the work with the data presented in the table, you can highlight any line by clicking on it.+To adjust the table, click on the button {{:​icons:​customizer.gif?​nolink}} ​in the upper left corner of the table and select ​the required columns. The table is automatically rebuilt according to the chosen parameters. To facilitate the work with the data presented in the table, you can highlight any line by clicking on it.
  
 By default, the table uses alphabetic sorting (by account name). However, the data from the table can be sorted by columns (from a larger to a smaller value and vice versa). To do so, click on the required column. By default, the table uses alphabetic sorting (by account name). However, the data from the table can be sorted by columns (from a larger to a smaller value and vice versa). To do so, click on the required column.
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 Left bottom corner of the dialog contains the information on the number of accounts loaded and the total amount of accounts. If the total amount of accounts exceeds 100, the data on the accounts are loaded in parts. For instance, if there are 200 accounts available, you receive information on the first 100, then press //Show more//, and view the remaining 100. Left bottom corner of the dialog contains the information on the number of accounts loaded and the total amount of accounts. If the total amount of accounts exceeds 100, the data on the accounts are loaded in parts. For instance, if there are 200 accounts available, you receive information on the first 100, then press //Show more//, and view the remaining 100.
  
-report on account contents ​can be exported ​into CSV file. To do so, click on the //Export// button in the lower-right corner of the table.+You can export a report on the account contents into CSV file. To do this, click on the //Export// button in the lower right corner of the table.
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