A report is the core piece of the application. It is where you track your stock and your sales. It is also where you can see your profit and loss. You can have as many reports as you want, but you can only have one active report at a time.

Switching between reports

You can switch between reports by clicking on the corresponding report tab.


Creating a report

You can create a new report by clicking on the File/Create/Report button or using the F2 shortcut. You will be prompted to enter a name for the report.


Deleting a report

If you want to delete a report you can do so by right clicking on the report tab and selecting Delete. Watch out though, this will delete the report and all the data in it. There is no way to recover a deleted report. That said, it is always wise to export your report before deleting it so you can manually recover the data if you need to. You can export a report by right clicking on the report tab and selecting Export.


Actually, I kinda lied, since the Wallet app does a backup each new day you open it, you can recover a deleted report by going to the backup folder and copying the report file from there. You can find the backup folder under %LOCALAPPDATA%\Wiimag Inc\backups.

Renaming a report

You can rename a report by right clicking on the report tab and selecting Rename.


Closing a report

You can close a report by right clicking on the X button on the report tab. This will close the report and remove it from the report tabs. You can reopen a closed report by going to File/Open/<REPORT NAME> and selecting the report you want to open.


The report menu is where you can find all the actions related to the report you are currently viewing. You can toggle a set of options by clicking on the corresponding menu item.


Here is a list of all the menu items and what they do:


Since you'll pass most of your time in the report view, it is important to understand its anatomy. The report is divided into 4 sections: the columns (b), the title rows (d), the column summary (o) and the report summary panel on the right (j).


Before jumping into the details of each section, lets enumerate the different parts of the report: