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PivotGridControl Elements Painted via Appearances

Expanded Display Appearances

The Pivot Grid holds a collection of appearances used to paint its elements (cells, field headers, buttons, etc.). The following image shows Pivot Grid Control elements that allow for the customizing of their visual representation.

The appearances collection can be accessed via the PivotGridControl.Appearance property. To learn more, see Appearances.

Expanded Print Appearances

To apply specific appearances to Pivot Grid Control visual elements when they are printed, use a collection of printing appearances accessed via the PivotGridControl.AppearancePrint property. By default, these appearances are ignored when printing the PivotGridControl. To apply them, set the PivotGridOptionsPrint.UsePrintAppearance property to true.

The following image shows PivotGrid's elements that allow for the customizing of their visual representation when the Pivot Grid Control is printed.

Expanded Appearances Table

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