There are several ways you can change the grid view to make it easier to compare, assess, and associate columns of data. Some changes can be either permanent or non-permanent and can help improve the overall organization of your data.
Permanent changes to the grid view include rearranging columns, removing columns, and/or renaming columns.
Rearranging and removing columns can be done using the instructions found in Reordering Columns, but for small, quick adjustments, this method has the same results.
Changes to the column name can be done in a few simple steps:
NOTE: Changes to column order or column name and removal of columns are logged as transformations in your tracked history. To undo moving a column, follow the instructions found in History and Undo/Redo.
Non-permanent changes to the grid view include collapsing columns in one of four ways: collapsing the current column, collapsing all other columns, collapsing all columns to the left of the current column, or collapsing all columns to the right of the current column.
NOTE: Collapsing columns does not permanently delete columns from your data, it only hides the selected columns from view. To permanently delete columns, follow the instructions in Reordering Columns.
5/2/2018 - Brinna Michael