The TreeView

The TreeView
The TreeView is like an expanded table of contents into the Everything Report. It is provided for quick and easy navigation.
You can place the TreeView either to the left of the Everything Report, or on top of the Everything Report. Use the Tile Top and Bottom and Tile Left and Right commands to change the orientation. The TreeView cannot be removed or hidden from the main window.
Clicking on any entry in the TreeView will bring up that entry in the Everything Report.
Right-clicking in the Everything Report and selecting "Find in TreeView" will set the active entry in the TreeView to the correct node and bring it into view and highlight it.
There are also a number of keyboard shortcuts for the TreeView.

Connecting Lines

1. Connecting Lines
Different generation levels are connected by dotted lines. Sort of like a tree.

Expand/Collapse Boxes

2. Expand/Collapse Boxes
Click on a plus-box to expand the nodes it contains by one level. Click on a minus-box to collapse the nodes it contains.


3. Numbering
The numbering is the same as in the Everything Report.

The Active Entry

4. The Active Entry
When clicking on an entry with the mouse, or while moving from entry to entry with the arrow keys, the current entry is the active entry and is highlighted with white text on a blue background. Also, when an entry becomes active, the Everything Report will scroll to the corresponding location.
If the TreeView is not active, the active entry is still highlighted, but in less bold colors like this:

Number of Expandable Entries

5. Number of Expandable Entries
There is a number at the end of a line in parenthesis for every node that can be expanded. This is the number of nodes that can be expanded. Clicking the plus key will only expand one level of nodes at a time, which may not be all the hidden notes. To expand all levels and all hidden nodes at once, make the node active by clicking on it, and use the Times key (also known as the asterisk, which is above the 8 on the keyboard and also on the keypad).
Note that this number of hidden entries is not the same as the number of people. In Behold, one entry may be two married/matched people, or it may be a person who is repeated because of a second marriage. So the number of entries and the number of people, although sometimes close in number, are usually different.