When you are a designing a step in an app, you may want to use a visual grid to structure your data and include clear labels with data points.
Here's an example of a grid on a step:
This short guide will show you how to add a grid widget to any step.
Adding and Editing a Grid Widget
From the Tool Bar, choose the "Embed" option and then "Grid"
You will then see a series of options in the Context Pane after selecting the grid:
Grid Lines: Choose the color and thickness of grid lines
Layout: Add a row, column, or merge and unmerge cells after selecting multiple
Align: Align text that is typed into an individual cell
Cell Color: add a background color to an individual cell
Text: Change the format of text in selected cells
Style: Change text style in selected cells
You can also right click an individual cell and edit the row:
The options are...
Add a row below
Add a row above
Evenly space rows
When you add new rows and columns, all other cells will shrink to accomodate the new row or column. You must expand the entire Grid widget if you would like to add space for a new row or column.
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