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Navigate Resources

When appointments data is grouped (either by resources or by dates), the number of resources shown on the screen within the scheduler at once can make it difficult to see all the scheduled data. To make the layout more readable, it is possible to limit the number of visible resources, and then scroll between them. There is a ResourceNavigator control embedded into the SchedulerControl, and shown if required, which allows you to scroll between resources.

The Resource Navigator displays a set of buttons used for different movements in a resources list - to the first or last element, previous or next, a number of simultaneously visible resources (page) backward or forward. Buttons with plus and minus signs are used to increase or decrease the number of resources displayed at once (the SchedulerViewBase.ResourcesPerPage property). The combo box selects the resource to display (or the first resource to display if the page shows several resources at one time).

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