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Vizlib Table Properties - Appearance

In the Appearance section you can customize the settings which control the look and feel of your Vizlib Table object. 



In General settings (Figure 1) you can add a Title, Sub-title and Footnote, you can also set the Show details mode, which allows users to view information about descriptions, measures and dimensions.

Figure 1: General

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Master Colors

With the Master Colors settings (Figure 2), you can choose the Master Mini Chart Color, Master Progress Bar Color and Master Font Color, either by using the color picker or entering an expression.

Figure 2: Master Colors

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In the Header settings (Figure 3), you can choose to show or hide the Header row, set the Header font size, Font family, Font style, add a Drop shadow, and choose the Horizontal Alignment.


Figure 3: Header Settings

You can also change the Background color (Figure 4), show the Header borders, choose the Borders style and color, define the Borders thickness, enable/ disable the Borders selector. The Important Style setting will overwrite every style connected with the header border when it's selected. 

Figure 4: Header Borders

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The Rows settings (Figure 5) allow you to set the table Row Height, Font Size, Font Family, Font Style, and add a Drop shadow

Figure 5: Rows

You can also customize a row Background, choosing a Background Color, showing or hiding the Row Borders, and setting the Row Border Style, Row Border Color, and Row Border Thickness (Figure 6).

Figure 6: Row Background, Borders

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The Totals settings (Figure 7) allow you to display totals with Show Totals Row, allow a representation  Indicator in totals to be displayed, set the Total Row Height and Font Size, add a Totals Label, set the Font Color, Background

Figure 7: Totals

You can also set the totals Position, define the Total Borders, set the Total Borders StyleColor, and Thickness, and enable or disable borders with the Border Selector (Figure 8).

Figure 8: Totals Borders

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