The initial column header use the name of the referenced form field. If the field name is long, you may want to enter a shorter label for the column label.
You can allow the Lists tool to set a standard, automatic width, or you can manually set custom column widths, either as a percentage of the total view width, in pixels, or in points.
If all columns are set to Automatic, the width of any column is equal to the full width of the view divided by the number of columns. If one or more columns are set to a specific width, then the width of a column set to Automatic is equal to the remaining measure of the view (after custom-width columns are totaled), divided by the number of remaining columns.
For any field type that uses numeric values, such as Number or Integer, you can enable a column property to total the values in the column and display the total value in the data view.
The example below shows a column that totals values:
You can use grouped sorting to set up a view column to show subtotals and a summary total. The example below shows a view that groups all items according to a "Food Group" field, totals the values for each individual group and calculates the summary total of all groups.
This setting applies to views that contain response hierachies. The view must contain at least one form that is set up to create responses to the selected item.
You can change the order in which field columns are listed across a view by clicking the navigation buttons in the view design window.
You add or remove field columns in a list by checking or unchecking them in the field list.
Note Attachment fields do not appear in this list. However, you can check the Show attachments column option on the Properties tab to add a column to the list view that displays a file attachment icon when an item contains a file attachment.
You can set style options for the text that displays in a view column, or in all view columns.
The Font box displays a sample of your selected style options, and the field list shows your selected style options in the Font column.
Note The Lists tool does not supporting setting the Strikeout effect to a column.