Database Fields are Narrative1 fields with data stored within your respective online database; they contrast against normal fields, which store data within your local Narrative1 Excel file. Because of the differences in how these fields store data, the process for editing them changes.
To determine if your field is a database field, right-click on the desired field and select Edit In Excel. If the following statement is displayed within the immediate textbox, then the field is a database field: The source for this field contains a formula. Click Goto Excel to view/edit.
To begin editing a database field, click Goto Excel to be brought to the field's location in your Excel workbook. If the workbook does not automatically open, select it from the taskbar and note the highlighted field.
You will then need to complete the appropriate steps for modifying that cell in Excel. For example, if you are trying to modify the First Name cell under Client 1 on the File Info worksheet, you would need to complete the steps you followed when first working with it.
Once that has been completed, simply Prep Fields and Tables within your N1 Excel workbook, and then Merge Fields and Tables within your N1 report document.