Edit Orders Display

The Orders table under the Home tab your account offers you a quick view of the open and completed orders in your account. For each order, you'll see the symbol, status, type, quantity, and price information listed. You can edit your Orders table to display additional information including the order number, time, duration, expiration and settlement date. To edit your Orders table, log in to your Scottrade account and click the Edit link in the Orders table on your account Home page.

The Edit Orders Display window is divided into two columns: Open Orders and Completed Orders. In each column, you'll see a list of additional information fields that can be added to your Orders table. Check the boxes next to each additional field you want to include in your table.

The Open Orders column allows you to include any of the following additional fields in your table:

  • Order Number - number assigned to each order to help you track individual orders
  • Order Time - the date and time at which the order was entered
  • Duration - indicates how long the order is in force
  • Expiration - the date and time at which the order becomes invalid and is no longer actionable
  • Session - indicates whether the order was placed during regular or extended trading hours

The Completed Orders column allows you to include any of the following additional fields in your table:

  • Order Number - number assigned to each order to help you track individual orders
  • Settlement Date - date on which the transfer of securities ownership is order is scheduled to complete, either by a buyer paying for the securities or a seller delivering the securities and receiving the sale proceeds

To change the number of orders that display on each page, use the drop-down menu at the bottom of the window to choose to view five, ten, or 15 orders per page.

Click Save to implement your changes. Click Cancel to return to your Orders table without making changes.

For information about moving your Orders table to a new location on your page, read Drag and Drop Tables.