Understand the Bing Ads Editor user interface
This topic describes the main parts of the Microsoft Bing Ads Editor v11 user interface.
The Microsoft Bing Ads Editor user interface is divided into five parts as described below:
1. Ribbon and menus
The menus and the updated ribbon include a set of commands that enable you to upload (post) and download (get) data, import, research keywords, and more.
2. Tree view
The tree view is where you select your account, campaigns, or ad group that you want to work with. Details about the item selected in the tree view are displayed in the Manager pane.
3. Type list
The type list contains items from your selected account, campaign, or ad group. Like the tree view items, details about the item selected from the type list are displayed in the Manager pane.
4. Manager pane
The Manager pane is a workspace for viewing and editing campaign data. You can choose whether to view campaigns, ad groups, ads, or keywords here by making a selection in the left panel, or depending on the Manager pane data view
that you choose, by clicking a tab or selecting from a list. Use the manager pane to review individual items. If an ad is not running because of an editorial rejection, for example, you will see that in the status column. For more information, see Customize the Manager pane
5. Editor pane
The Editor pane is where you bulk-edit information in campaigns, ad groups, ads, and keywords. When you select more than one item in the Manager pane, the Editor pane opens automatically.
For more information, see a video overview of Bing Ads Editor.