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Expand Button

Expand buttons enable end-users to expand or collapse field values. These buttons are displayed when two or more fields are located in the column or row header area. When a field value is collapsed, the expand button displays a 'plus' sign indicating that the field value can be expanded by clicking the button. Once a field value has been expanded, the button displays a 'minus' sign.

 

 

The table below lists the main properties that affect an expand button's appearance.

Characteristics Members
Image PivotGridImages.FieldValueCollapsed (via MVCxPivotGrid.Images.FieldValueCollapsed on the SettingsBase.PreRender event)

PivotGridImages.FieldValueExpanded (via MVCxPivotGrid.Images.FieldValueExpanded on the SettingsBase.PreRender event)

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