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User Folders

PivotGridControl allows you to group fields in the Customization Form by putting them into user-defined folders.

Note

User folders are not supported in an OLAP mode.

To create a folder, set at least one field to be displayed in this folder. Use the PivotGridFieldBase.DisplayFolder property to do this.

You can also create folder hierarchies by putting folders one into another. In this instance, use the "\" symbol as a delimiter when specifying folder names.

To enable displaying user folders, set the PivotGridOptionsViewBase.GroupFieldsInCustomizationWindow property to true.

Note that user-defined folders cannot be displayed in a simple-style Customization Form.

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