Tables in a form provide a layout to similar fields that need to be grouped together for a similar purpose. After you add a table component to a form, you need to add other components inside it to build the form.
For example, a form for medical history can have a table for marking current and past conditions in two columns of a table.
To view an example of this component, from sample forms, visit the Medical History form. Under Female hormone review, there is a table listing fields for different conditions.
From the Tools list, drag the Table component onto the form.
To edit the component, place the mouse pointer over the component and click Edit.
Under the Basic tab, customize the details listed below:
To name the field, in the Label field, enter a label.
To add the number of rows and columns to the table, in the Number of rows and Number of columns fields, enter the number of rows and columns.
Select the cell alignment.
If you want to customize other settings, refer to the table below.
Perform these steps
Display the same components across rows in a column
For example, a table representing medical history can have the same component, text field, for entering different conditions of a guest's health. You can add a component to the first row of a column in a table and display it on all rows in the column.
Under the Basic tab, select the Clone row components check box.
Color the rows of the table alternatively
Under the Basic tab, select the Striped check box.
Display borders on the table
Under the Basic tab, select the Bordered check box.
Highlight rows when the mouse pointer is placed over a row
For example, you want to identify the area where your mouse pointer is placed. You can highlight rows to respond when the mouse pointer is placed over a row.
Under the Basic tab, select the Hover check box.
Reduce space between adjacent rows
Under the Basic tab, select the Condensed check box.
Ensure that the guest cannot change the contents of the field
For example, a table for entering the therapist's details like signature or notes can be made read-only in the guest's view.
Under the Basic tab, select the Make field read-only for guest (on CMA, Kiosk, Webstore, ZMA guest mode) check box.
To not display the field to the guests on CMA, Kiosk, Webstore, ZMA guest mode
For example, fields reserved for office use can be hidden from the guest.
Under the Basic tab, select the Hide field from guest (on CMA, Kiosk, Webstore, ZMA guest mode) check box.
Note: You can make a field appear or disappear on the form, based on the value of another field.