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Resource Headers

Resource Headers display information about resources, assigned to appointments. They are visible only when the appointments are grouped by resources or dates (use the ASPxScheduler.GroupType property to set grouping).

You can specify resource header templates via the ASPxScheduler.Templates property to customize the resource headers' appearance, for instance, to look like the resource headers in the XtraScheduler winforms control. The following picture illustrates this approach:

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