The image below represents table view layouts:
A grid control presents data from a data storage in various ways. A grid is just a container of views and these retrieve data from data storages to display in various formats.
Every view provided by Grid contains a collection of view specific items displaying data from particular fields.
Sorting is a way of arranging items in ascending or descending order. You can left-click a column heading to sort by the column or change the sort direction of the column.
Use the Filter Button in the Grid Column Header, a list will be drop down,
|select one item you are interested in, the table will filter data based on this item.|
|select custom..., a dialog of Custom Filter will pop up, where you can customize more detailed filter.|
It allows you to create complex filter conditions, enable/disable filter criteria and customize the filter drop-down list.
Point to the right border of the column heading. When the pointer becomes a double-headed arrow , drag the column border to the left or right.
To edit entry, you may double-click on the entry in the record list.
There are two default menus in the table.
This menu is invoked when right-clicking a column header. It allows the end-user to:
|sort in ascending order;|
|sort in descending order;|
|group using the clicked column;|
|enable/disable the Group By box;|
|remove the clicked column;|
|display the Customization box;|
|set column content alignment;|
|apply the Best Fit feature to the current column;|
|apply the Best Fit feature to all columns.|
This menu is invoked when right-clicking a footer. It allows the end-user to specify the required summary type or disable it by using the None option.
Use the Filter Button in the Column Header, a list will be drop down,
Click Filter Close Button or Filter Active Button to disable or enable the filter.
Click any Column Header, the data in table will be sorted based on this column, re-click the Column Header, the data will be resorted based on reverse order.
Any Column Header can be dragged onto Group By Box.
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