Formatting File Concepts

The topics in this section provide information that you might need to know when creating your own formatting files, such as the different types of views that you can define and the special components of those views.

In This Section

Creating a Table View
Provides an example of a displayed table view and the XML elements used to define the view.

Creating a List View
Provides an example of a displayed list view and the XML elements used to define the view.

Creating a Wide View
Provides an example of a displayed wide view and the XML elements used to define the view.

Creating Custom Controls
Provides an example of a custom control.

Defining Common Configuration Features

Defining Selection Sets
Provides information, an example, and describes the XML elements used to create a selection set.

Defining Conditions for Displaying Data
When defining what data is displayed by a view or a control, you can specify a condition that must exist for the data to be displayed.

Formatting Displayed Data
You can specify how the individual data points in your List, Table, or Wide view are displayed.

Windows PowerShell Formatting Files
Lists the available formatting files provided by Windows PowerShell.

Using Formatting Files in Remote Sessions



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