Grid Properties

  1. Off Grid Homes For Sale
  2. Grid Properties Portland Or
  3. Grid Properties White Plains
  4. Grid Properties Material Ui

General Properties

General properties affect the entire grid. Use general properties to edit the following:

A shorthand property for the grid-template-rows, grid-template-columns, grid-template-areas, grid-auto-rows, grid-auto-columns, and the grid-auto-flow properties grid-area Either specifies a name for the grid item, or this property is a shorthand property for the grid-row-start, grid-column-start, grid-row-end, and grid-column-end properties. Grid Properties is a real estate investment and development company recognized as a leader in creating high quality urban retail projects.

  • Edit the grid name or data source.

  • Specify a grid title, which can include text and text functions, to include at the top of the grid output, which can span across column headers. The grid title can also have font, border and shading formatting applied, see the related formatting topics. To add multiple lines to the grid title, use the Alt+Enter keys (Option+Enter on the Mac).

  • Set the default column width and row height.

  • Change how the row and column headings are displayed. For example, you can display member names, aliases, or both.


    These settings can be overridden at the column or row level. See Overriding a Data Row or Column Heading

  • Set the display options for specific types of text, such as zeroes or cells with no data.

  • Select whether you want to suppress zeroes, cells with no data, errors, and missing blocks.

  • Set the text replacement options for cells with zeroes, no data, error results from a formula or no access due to cell-level security applied.

  • Select whether you want to suppress zeroes, cells with no data, errors, no access, and missing blocks.


If a grid’s row or column suppression is disabled, at least one data or formula segment, or a text segment with the text functions 'CellText' or 'CellValue', need to be displayed in the grid, then the entire grid will be suppressed.

If you want to hide all data segments but still if you want to display the text in the grid, then you can perform one of these steps:

  • Set the row height or column width for the data segment to 1, and then set the font color to White.

  • Select the data segment, then enable the Replace Text, and then provide a blank string in the text field.

Use Row Banding to apply shading to alternate rows in a grid. You can select the default shading color. Any columns or rows with existing shading in the grid are not affected by row banding.

Use Ancestor Before Children to display the ancestor members before child members instead of after the child members, when using specific member selection functions such as Children or Descendants. The default setting is False. For more information, see Working with the Ancestor Before Children Property

To enable Drill Through to Source, where a file attached to a cell at the data source, such as an EPM Cloud cell file attachment or Essbase Linked Reporting Object (LRO), for the entire grid, set Drill Through to Source to 'Show'. If set to 'Hide', individual cells can still be enabled in Cell properties.

By default, grids use the alias table that was selected at the report level. However, you can select a different alias table at the grid level. Use Alias Table Name to set an alias table for the grid.

The date format for grid cells that contain dates is derived from the User Preferences date format setting. Use Date Format in grid properties to override the date format with a format specific to the grid. This date format will apply to any date cell values in the grid. If you do not specify a date format for the grid, the format from User Preferences is used.


Off Grid Homes For Sale

For EPM Cloud platform data sources when Suppress Missing Blocks is enabled, you may receive grid results, where a few cells either rows or columns that contain missing data, were not suppressed. This is consistent with results from Smart View and forms. To suppress these missing data in either rows or columns, you need to set the suppressions option to No Data and set the Optimized value to True.

The property name Optimized is only available when Suppress No Data is enabled. When Suppress No Data is enabled, and Optimized is also enabled, both Suppress Missing Blocks and Suppress missing rows/columns are applied to grid retrievals to the data source.


To specify whether conditional formatting and suppression use scaled or unscaled raw data values within a condition, use the grid property Use scaled/rounded value.

  • The default is True, which means that the formatted and scaled data values are used within the condition. For example, if a cell with a data value of '125,016,551' is scaled to thousands and displays as '125,016', the '125,016' value will be used within the condition.

  • If the property is set to False, the underlying and unscaled data value will be used within the condition. This setting applies to all conditional formatting and suppression for the grid.

Column Properties

Column properties affect an entire column. You must click in a column header to select the column that you want to view the properties for. Use column properties to override the default grid settings for column width, repeated headings, and suppression settings. The grid setting is displayed in brackets. For example, in the suppression setting for zeroes, Grid Setting (False) indicates that zero values are not suppressed at the grid level. Click the setting to override the suppression settings for the selected column with True (always suppress zeroes) or False (never suppress zeroes), or to use the default for the grid.


For column width, you can either:

  • Use the default grid column width.

  • Specify a fixed column width.

  • Specify a minimum column width, where the width will be auto-sized to fit the resulting content in the data cells. For column heading, the column minimum width needs to be sized to fit the desired width of the heading cells.

You can also hide a column and insert a page break before a column.

Row Properties

Row properties affect an entire row. You must click in a row header to select the row that you want to view the properties for. Use row properties to override the default grid settings for row height, repeated headings, and suppression settings.

For row height, you can either:

  • Use the default grid row height

  • Specify a fixed row height

  • Specify a minimum row height, where the height will be auto-sized to fit the resulting content

You can also hide a row and insert a page break before a row.

There are three property settings for Row Banding that can be set; Grid Setting (off), On, or Off. The default is Grid Setting (Off) as displayed below.

Grid Properties

Cell Properties

Cell properties affect the selected range of cells in a grid. Use cell properties to change the way cell text is formatted. For example, you can change the way positive and negative numbers are displayed, and you can change the font, color, and size of text within a cell. You can add borders or shading to a cell range, and specify zoom and indent options. You can also show or hide cell attachment links for selected cells in the grid that have attachments at the data source. See Formatting Grid Cells.


Sort values in a grid by clicking Add Sort and then selecting to sort on rows or columns. You can add multiple sorts (for example, you can sort by columns and then by rows), and you can add multiple rows or columns to a sort (for example, sort columns by column members, and then by row 3).

For more information on sorting with grouping, see Sorting and Grouping topic.

The Sorting dialog box provides these options:

  • Ascending/Descending— toggles between ascending and descending sorts.

  • Edit— enables you to edit the sort.

  • Remove—deletes the sort.

  • Add Column/Row—adds a column or row to the sort.

Figure 3-2 Sorting Example

Grid properties in peoplesoft

Figure 3-2 shows an example of the following sort: Columns A to D and Ascending on Row 4.

Conditional Properties

Conditional formatting, text and suppression enables you to define formatting, text or suppress cells in a grid that meet conditions that you define. See Working with Conditional Formatting, Text, and Suppression

Grid Properties Portland Or

Drill Through

Drill through properties allow you to set up content links on grid data cells, rows, columns, and member header cells. See Working with Drill To Content.

The Configure Grid command lets you set the properties of the grid which you can display over your image while you are working on it. The GIMP provides only Cartesian grids. You can choose the color of the grid lines, and the spacing and offsets from the origin of the image, independently for the horizontal and vertical grid lines. You can choose one of five different grid styles.

  • You can access this command from the image menubar through ImageConfigure Grid….

6.33.2. Description of the Configure Image Grid dialog

Grid Properties White Plains

Figure 16.96. The Configure Grid dialog


In the Configure Grid dialog, you can set the properties of the grid which is shown when you turn on the image grid.

Line style
Intersections (dots)

This style, the least conspicuous, shows a simple dot at each intersection of the grid lines.

Intersections (crosshairs)

This style, the default, shows a plus-shaped crosshair at each intersection of the grid lines.


This style shows dashed lines in the foreground color of the grid. If the lines are too close together, the grid won't look good.

Double dashed

This style shows dashed lines, where the foreground and background colors of the grid alternate.


This style shows solid grid lines in the foreground color of the grid.

Foreground and Background colors

Click on the color dwell to select a new color for the grid.


Width and Height

Grid Properties Material Ui

You can select the cell size of the grid and the unit of measurement.


Width and Height

You can set the offset of the first cell. The coordinate origin is the upper left corner of the image. By default, the grid begins at the coordinate origin, (0,0).