There are a number of ways you can view more detail in a report or graph. Click the topic below that you want more information about.
If the column names in the report are separated by column markers (two parallel lines), you can adjust the column width. (Not all reports are adjustable.)
Since names are usually shorter than descriptions, displaying column names instead of descriptions is an easy way to narrow your columns and allow more columns to show:
When you use QuickZoom in a graph, QuickZoom either creates a second graph that shows more detail about an element in the original graph, or it creates a transaction report that lists the transactions that the report represents.
To view more detail in a graph:
For the spending by payee and spending by category report or graph, as well as the itemized payees and itemized categories reports, Quicken includes one-click trend graphs, so you can quickly and easily see your average monthly spending for each category or payee for the past year.