To display this handy but often overlooked little feature, click Main menu: Tree ⁄ Tools ⁄ Subtree statistics.
This command will work from either the Tree pane or the Article pane and will pop up a window showing:
- The name of the current subtree
- The number of nodes it contains
Uses for this command
- The number of nodes in a subtree can help you redistribute your data within the file to make it a more balanced tree, if need be, without having to expand or explode the subtree.
- By selecting the tree's Root node and running this command, it can tell you how many nodes your database contains.