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Auto Grid can be particularly useful when your users have a variety of devices and you value flexibility.
 
Auto Grid can be particularly useful when your users have a variety of devices and you value flexibility.
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Select a form tab and on the [[Form#Properties_pane|'''Properties''' pane]], set the maximum number of columns per row (for example 3), and the minimum width of the form to switch to two columns (for example 400 pixels). In the app, if the available space (width) for your form tab exceeds 400, two fields are displayed in a row; when it's over 800, the maximum, three fields are displayed in a single row.
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Select a form tab and on the [[Form#Properties_pane|'''Properties''' pane]], set the maximum number of columns per row (for example 3), and the minimum width of the form (for example 400 pixels). In the app, if the available space (width) for your form tab exceeds 400, two fields are displayed in a row; when it's over 800, the maximum, three fields are displayed in a single row.
    
Additionally, for each field, you can force it to be always displayed as a single row, or disallow any fields after it in a single row. This behavior is controlled by the Grid Behavior property; you can configure it for each field of your tab. You can also insert a spacer to ensure that the next field starts on the left.
 
Additionally, for each field, you can force it to be always displayed as a single row, or disallow any fields after it in a single row. This behavior is controlled by the Grid Behavior property; you can configure it for each field of your tab. You can also insert a spacer to ensure that the next field starts on the left.

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