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Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Psmodulepath (5.1) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/5.1/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_PSModulePath.md
--- description: The PSModulePath environment variable contains a list of folder locations that are searched to find modules and resources.
-keywords: powershell,cmdlet
Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/11/2020 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_PSModulePath?view=powershell-5.1&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about PSModulePath
By default, the effective locations assigned to `$env:PSModulePath` are:
[Install-Module](xref:PowerShellGet.Install-Module). - On Windows, the location of the user-specific **CurrentUser** scope is
- the `$HOME\Documents\PowerShell\Modules` folder. The location of the
- **AllUsers** scope is `$env:ProgramFiles\PowerShell\Modules`.
- - On non-Windows systems, the location of the user-specific **CurrentUser**
- scope is the `$HOME/.local/share/powershell/Modules` folder. The location
- of the **AllUsers** scope is `/usr/local/share/powershell/Modules`.
+ the `$HOME\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules` folder. The location of the
+ **AllUsers** scope is `$env:ProgramFiles\WindowsPowerShell\Modules`.
In addition, setup programs that install modules in other directories, such as the Program Files directory, can append their locations to the value of `$env:PSModulePath`. > [!NOTE]
-> On Windows, the user-specific location is the `PowerShell\Modules` folder
-> located in the **Documents** folder in your user profile. The specific path
-> of that location varies by version of Windows and whether or not you are
+> On Windows, the user-specific location is the `WindowsPowerShell\Modules`
+> folder located in the **Documents** folder in your user profile. The specific
+> path of that location varies by version of Windows and whether or not you are
> using folder redirection. Microsoft OneDrive can also change the location of > your **Documents** folder. You can verify the location of your **Documents** > folder using the following command:
The **CurrentUser** module path is prefixed only if User scope
`$env:PSModulePath` doesn't exist. Otherwise, the User scope `$env:PSModulePath` is used as defined.
-### PowerShell Core 6 startup
-
-PowerShell Core 6 doesn't use contents of `$env:PSModulePath` if it detects it
-was started from PowerShell. It overwrites it with:
--- **CurrentUser** modules path + **AllUsers** modules path + `$PSHOME` modules
- path + Windows PowerShell `$PSHOME` modules path.
-
-### PowerShell 7 startup
-
-In Windows, for most environment variables, if the User-scoped variable exists, a
-new process uses that value only even if a Machine-scoped variable of the same
-name exists.
-
-In PowerShell 7, `PSModulePath` is treated similar to how the `Path`
-environment variable is treated on Windows. On Windows, `Path` is treated
-differently from other environment variables. When a process is started,
-Windows combines the User-scoped `Path` with the Machine-scoped `Path`.
--- Retrieve the User-scoped `PSModulePath`-- Compare to process inherited `PSModulePath` environment variable
- - If the same:
- - Append the **AllUsers** `PSModulePath` to the end following the semantics
- of the `Path` environment variable
- - The Windows `System32` path comes from the machine defined `PSModulePath`
- so does not need to be added explicitly
- - If different, treat as though user explicitly modified it and don't append
- **AllUsers** `PSModulePath`
-- Prefix with PS7 User, System, and `$PSHOME` paths in that order
- - If `powershell.config.json` contains a user scoped `PSModulePath`, use that
- instead of the default for the user
- - If `powershell.config.json` contains a system scoped `PSModulePath`, use
- that instead of the default for the system
-
-Unix systems don't have a separation of User and System environment variables.
-`PSModulePath` is inherited and the PS7-specific paths are prefixed if not
-already defined.
-
-### Starting Windows PowerShell from PowerShell 7
-
-For this discussion, _Windows PowerShell_ means both `powershell.exe` and
-`powershell_ise.exe`.
-
-The value of `$env:PSModulePath` is copied to `WinPSModulePath` with the
-following modifications:
--- Remove PS7 the User module path-- Remove PS7 the System module path-- Remove PS7 the `$PSHOME` module path-
-The PS7 paths are removed so that PS7 modules don't get loaded in Windows
-PowerShell. The `WinPSModulePath` value is used when starting Windows
-PowerShell.
-
-### Starting PowerShell 7 from Windows PowerShell
-
-The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
-that Windows PowerShell added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there
-is no functional issue.
-
-### Starting PowerShell 6 from PowerShell 7
-
-PowerShell Core 6 overwrites `$env:PSModulePath`. No changes are made.
-
-### Starting PowerShell 7 from PowerShell 6
-
-The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
-that PowerShell Core 6 added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there
-is no functional issue.
- ## Module search behavior PowerShell recursively searches each folder in the **PSModulePath** for module
Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Profiles (5.1) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/5.1/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_Profiles.md
--- description: Describes how to create and use a PowerShell profile. Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/30/2017 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_profiles?view=powershell-5.1&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about Profiles
supports the following host-specific profiles.
In PowerShell Help, the "CurrentUser, Current Host" profile is the profile most often referred to as "your PowerShell profile".
+> [!NOTE]
+> In Windows, the location of the Documents folder can be changed by folder
+> redirection or OneDrive. We donΓÇÖt recommend redirecting the Documents folder
+> to a network share or including it in OneDrive. Redirecting the folder can
+> cause your profile scripts to fail and modules fail to load.
+ ## The $PROFILE variable The `$PROFILE` automatic variable stores the paths to the PowerShell profiles
Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Psmodulepath (7.0) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.0/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_PSModulePath.md
--- description: The PSModulePath environment variable contains a list of folder locations that are searched to find modules and resources.
-keywords: powershell,cmdlet
Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/11/2020 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_PSModulePath?view=powershell-7&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about PSModulePath
The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
that Windows PowerShell added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there is no functional issue.
-### Starting PowerShell 6 from PowerShell 7
-
-PowerShell Core 6 overwrites `$env:PSModulePath`. No changes are made.
-
-### Starting PowerShell 7 from PowerShell 6
-
-The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
-that PowerShell Core 6 added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there
-is no functional issue.
- ## Module search behavior PowerShell recursively searches each folder in the **PSModulePath** for module
Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Profiles (7.0) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.0/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_Profiles.md
--- description: Describes how to create and use a PowerShell profile. Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/30/2017 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_profiles?view=powershell-7&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about Profiles
For example, the PowerShell console supports the following basic
profile files. The profiles are listed in precedence order. The first profile has the highest precedence.
-|Description | Path |
-|--------------------------|-----------------------------------------------|
-|All Users, All Hosts |$PSHOME\\Profile.ps1 |
-|All Users, Current Host |$PSHOME\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 |
-|Current User, All Hosts |$Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Profile.ps1 |
-|Current user, Current Host|$Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\<br>Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 |
+| Description | Path |
+| -------------------------- | --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
+| All Users, All Hosts | Windows - $PSHOME\\Profile.ps1<br>Linux - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/profile.ps1<br>macOS - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/profile.ps1 |
+| All Users, Current Host | Windows - $PSHOME\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1<br>Linux - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1<br>macOS - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1 |
+| Current User, All Hosts | Windows - $Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Profile.ps1<br>Linux - ~/.config/powershell/profile.ps1<br>macOS - ~/.config/powershell/profile.ps1 |
+| Current user, Current Host | Windows - $Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1<br>Linux - ~/.config/powershell/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1<br>macOS - ~/.config/powershell/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1 |
The profile paths include the following variables:
host-specific profiles.
In PowerShell Help, the "CurrentUser, Current Host" profile is the profile most often referred to as "your PowerShell profile".
+> [!NOTE]
+> In Windows, the location of the Documents folder can be changed by folder
+> redirection or OneDrive. We donΓÇÖt recommend redirecting the Documents folder
+> to a network share or including it in OneDrive. Redirecting the folder can
+> cause your profile scripts to fail and modules fail to load.
+ ## The $PROFILE variable The `$PROFILE` automatic variable stores the paths to the PowerShell profiles
Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Psmodulepath (7.1) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.1/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_PSModulePath.md
--- description: The PSModulePath environment variable contains a list of folder locations that are searched to find modules and resources.
-keywords: powershell,cmdlet
Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/11/2020 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_PSModulePath?view=powershell-7.1&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about PSModulePath
The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
that Windows PowerShell added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there is no functional issue.
-### Starting PowerShell 6 from PowerShell 7
-
-PowerShell Core 6 overwrites `$env:PSModulePath`. No changes are made.
-
-### Starting PowerShell 7 from PowerShell 6
-
-The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
-that PowerShell Core 6 added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there
-is no functional issue.
- ## Module search behavior PowerShell recursively searches each folder in the **PSModulePath** for module
Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Profiles (7.1) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.1/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_Profiles.md
--- description: Describes how to create and use a PowerShell profile. Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/30/2017 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_profiles?view=powershell-7.1&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about Profiles
For example, the PowerShell console supports the following basic
profile files. The profiles are listed in precedence order. The first profile has the highest precedence.
-|Description | Path |
-|--------------------------|-----------------------------------------------|
-|All Users, All Hosts |$PSHOME\\Profile.ps1 |
-|All Users, Current Host |$PSHOME\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 |
-|Current User, All Hosts |$Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Profile.ps1 |
-|Current user, Current Host|$Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\<br>Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 |
+| Description | Path |
+| -------------------------- | --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
+| All Users, All Hosts | Windows - $PSHOME\\Profile.ps1<br>Linux - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/profile.ps1<br>macOS - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/profile.ps1 |
+| All Users, Current Host | Windows - $PSHOME\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1<br>Linux - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1<br>macOS - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1 |
+| Current User, All Hosts | Windows - $Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Profile.ps1<br>Linux - ~/.config/powershell/profile.ps1<br>macOS - ~/.config/powershell/profile.ps1 |
+| Current user, Current Host | Windows - $Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1<br>Linux - ~/.config/powershell/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1<br>macOS - ~/.config/powershell/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1 |
The profile paths include the following variables:
host-specific profiles.
In PowerShell Help, the "CurrentUser, Current Host" profile is the profile most often referred to as "your PowerShell profile".
+> [!NOTE]
+> In Windows, the location of the Documents folder can be changed by folder
+> redirection or OneDrive. We donΓÇÖt recommend redirecting the Documents folder
+> to a network share or including it in OneDrive. Redirecting the folder can
+> cause your profile scripts to fail and modules fail to load.
+ ## The $PROFILE variable The `$PROFILE` automatic variable stores the paths to the PowerShell profiles
Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Psmodulepath (7.2) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.2/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_PSModulePath.md
--- description: The PSModulePath environment variable contains a list of folder locations that are searched to find modules and resources. Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/11/2020 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_PSModulePath?view=powershell-7.2&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about PSModulePath
The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
that Windows PowerShell added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there is no functional issue.
-### Starting PowerShell 6 from PowerShell 7
-
-PowerShell Core 6 overwrites `$env:PSModulePath`. No changes are made.
-
-### Starting PowerShell 7 from PowerShell 6
-
-The PowerShell 7 startup continues as-is with the addition of inheriting paths
-that PowerShell Core 6 added. Since the PS7-specific paths are prefixed, there
-is no functional issue.
- ## Module search behavior PowerShell recursively searches each folder in the **PSModulePath** for module
Microsoft.PowerShell.Core About Profiles (7.2) https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/7.2/Microsoft.PowerShell.Core/About/about_Profiles.md
--- description: Describes how to create and use a PowerShell profile. Locale: en-US Previously updated : 11/30/2017 Last updated : 08/20/2021 online version: https://docs.microsoft.com/powershell/module/microsoft.powershell.core/about/about_profiles?view=powershell-7.2&WT.mc_id=ps-gethelp schema: 2.0.0 Title: about Profiles
For example, the PowerShell console supports the following basic
profile files. The profiles are listed in precedence order. The first profile has the highest precedence.
-|Description | Path |
-|--------------------------|-----------------------------------------------|
-|All Users, All Hosts |$PSHOME\\Profile.ps1 |
-|All Users, Current Host |$PSHOME\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 |
-|Current User, All Hosts |$Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Profile.ps1 |
-|Current user, Current Host|$Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\<br>Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1 |
+| Description | Path |
+| -------------------------- | --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- |
+| All Users, All Hosts | Windows - $PSHOME\\Profile.ps1<br>Linux - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/profile.ps1<br>macOS - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/profile.ps1 |
+| All Users, Current Host | Windows - $PSHOME\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1<br>Linux - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1<br>macOS - /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1 |
+| Current User, All Hosts | Windows - $Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Profile.ps1<br>Linux - ~/.config/powershell/profile.ps1<br>macOS - ~/.config/powershell/profile.ps1 |
+| Current user, Current Host | Windows - $Home\\[My ]Documents\\PowerShell\\Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1<br>Linux - ~/.config/powershell/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1<br>macOS - ~/.config/powershell/Microsoft.Powershell_profile.ps1 |
The profile paths include the following variables:
host-specific profiles.
In PowerShell Help, the "CurrentUser, Current Host" profile is the profile most often referred to as "your PowerShell profile".
+> [!NOTE]
+> In Windows, the location of the Documents folder can be changed by folder
+> redirection or OneDrive. We donΓÇÖt recommend redirecting the Documents folder
+> to a network share or including it in OneDrive. Redirecting the folder can
+> cause your profile scripts to fail and modules fail to load.
+ ## The $PROFILE variable The `$PROFILE` automatic variable stores the paths to the PowerShell profiles
developer Alignment Element For Tablecolumnheader For Tablecontrol Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/alignment-element-for-tablecolumnheader-for-tablecontrol-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader for TableControl (Format)
-description: Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader for TableControl (Format)
+ Title: Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader
+description: Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader
---
-# Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader for TableControl (Format)
+# Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader
Defines how the data in a column header is displayed.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-TableControl Element (Format)
-TableHeaders Element (Format)
-TableColumnHeader Element (Format)
-Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- TableControl Element
+- TableHeaders Element
+- TableColumnHeader Element
+- Alignment Element
## Syntax
Alignment Element for TableColumnHeader (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent element of the `Alignment` element.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent element of the
+`Alignment` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[TableColumnHeader Element (Format)](./tablecolumnheader-element-format.md)|Defines a label, the width, and the alignment of the data for a column of the table.|
+|[TableColumnHeader Element](./tablecolumnheader-element-format.md)|Defines a label, the width, and the alignment of the data for a column of the table.|
## Text Value Specify one of the following values. These values are not case-sensitive.
-Left
-Aligns the data displayed in the column on the left This is the default if this element is not specified.
-
-Right
-Aligns the data displayed in the column on the right.
-
-Center
-Centers the data displayed in the column.
+- Left - Aligns the data displayed in the column on the left This is the default if this element is
+ not specified.
+- Right - Aligns the data displayed in the column on the right.
+- Center - Centers the data displayed in the column.
## Remarks
For more information about the components of a table view, see [Creating a Table
## Example
-This example shows a `TableColumnHeader` element whose data is aligned on the left.
+This example shows a `TableColumnHeader` element whose data is aligned on the center.
```xml <TableColumnHeader> <Label>Column 1</Label) <Width>16</Width>
- <Alignment>Left</Alignment>
+ <Alignment>Center</Alignment>
</TableColumnHeader> ```
This example shows a `TableColumnHeader` element whose data is aligned on the le
[Creating a Table View](./creating-a-table-view.md)
-[TableColumnHeader Element (Format)](./tablecolumnheader-element-format.md)
+[TableColumnHeader Element](./tablecolumnheader-element-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Alignment Element For Tablecolumnitem For Tablecontrol Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/alignment-element-for-tablecolumnitem-for-tablecontrol-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: Alignment Element for TableColumnItem for TableControl (Format)
-description: Alignment Element for TableColumnItem for TableControl (Format)
+ Title: Alignment Element for TableColumnItem
+description: Alignment Element for TableColumnItem
---
-# Alignment Element for TableColumnItem for TableControl (Format)
+# Alignment Element for TableColumnItem
Defines how the data in a column of the row is displayed.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-TableControl Element (Format)
-TableRowEntries Element (Format)
-TableRowEntry Element (Format)
-TableColumnItems Element (Format)
-TableColumnItem Element (Format)
-Alignment Element for TableColumnItem (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- TableControl Element
+- TableRowEntries Element
+- TableRowEntry Element
+- TableColumnItems Element
+- TableColumnItem Element
+- Alignment Element
## Syntax
Alignment Element for TableColumnItem (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent element of the `Alignment` element.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent element of the
+`Alignment` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[TableColumnItem Element (Format)](./tablecolumnitem-element-for-tablecolumnitems-for-tablecontrol-format.md)|Defines a label, the width, and the alignment of the data for a column of the table.|
+|[TableColumnItem Element](./tablecolumnitem-element-for-tablecolumnitems-for-tablecontrol-format.md)|Defines a label, the width, and the alignment of the data for a column of the table.|
## Text Value Specify one of the following values. (These values are not case-sensitive.)
-Left
-Shifts the data displayed in the column to the left. (This is the default if this element is not specified.)
-
-Right
-Shifts the data displayed in the column to the right.
-
-Center
-Centers the data displayed in the column.
+- Left - Shifts the data displayed in the column to the left. (This is the default if this element
+ is not specified.)
+- Right - Shifts the data displayed in the column to the right.
+- Center - Centers the data displayed in the column.
## Remarks
For more information about the components of a table view, see [Table View](./cr
[Table View](./creating-a-table-view.md)
-[TableColumnItem Element (Format)](./tablecolumnitem-element-for-tablecolumnitems-for-tablecontrol-format.md)
+[TableColumnItem Element](./tablecolumnitem-element-for-tablecolumnitems-for-tablecontrol-format.md)
developer Autosize Element For Tablecontrol Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/autosize-element-for-tablecontrol-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: AutoSize Element for TableControl (Format)
-description: AutoSize Element for TableControl (Format)
+ Title: AutoSize Element for TableControl
+description: AutoSize Element for TableControl
---
-# AutoSize Element for TableControl (Format)
+# AutoSize Element for TableControl
-Specifies whether the column size and the number of columns are adjusted based on the size of the data.
+Specifies whether the column size and the number of columns are adjusted based on the size of the
+data.
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-TableControl Element (Format)
-AutoSize Element for TableControl (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- TableControl Element
+- AutoSize Element
## Syntax
AutoSize Element for TableControl (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `AutoSize` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `AutoSize`
+element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[TableControl Element (Format)](./tablecontrol-element-format.md)|Defines a table format for a view.|
+|[TableControl Element](./tablecontrol-element-format.md)|Defines a table format for a view.|
## Remarks
For more information about the components of a table view, see [Creating a Table
[Creating a Table View](./creating-a-table-view.md)
-[TableControl Element (Format)](./tablecontrol-element-format.md)
+[TableControl Element](./tablecontrol-element-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Autosize Element For Widecontrol Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/autosize-element-for-widecontrol-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: AutoSize Element for WideControl (Format)
-description: AutoSize Element for WideControl (Format)
+ Title: AutoSize Element for WideControl
+description: AutoSize Element for WideControl
---
-# AutoSize Element for WideControl (Format)
+# AutoSize Element for WideControl
-Specifies whether the column size and the number of columns are adjusted based on the size of the data.
+Specifies whether the column size and the number of columns are adjusted based on the size of the
+data.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-WideControl Element (Format)
-Autosize Element for WideControl (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- WideControl Element
+- Autosize Element
## Syntax
Autosize Element for WideControl (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `AutoSize` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `AutoSize`
+element.
### Attributes
None
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[WideControl Element (Format)](./widecontrol-element-format.md)|Defines a wide (single value) list format for the view.|
+|[WideControl Element](./widecontrol-element-format.md)|Defines a wide (single value) list format for the view.|
## Remarks
-When defining a wide view, you can add the `AutoSize` element or the [ColumnNumber](./columnnumber-element-for-widecontrol-format.md) element, but you cannot add both.
+When defining a wide view, you can add the `AutoSize` element or the [ColumnNumber](./columnnumber-element-for-widecontrol-format.md)
+element, but you cannot add both.
For more information about the components of a wide view, see [Creating a Wide View](./creating-a-wide-view.md).
For an example of a wide view, see [Wide View (Basic)](./wide-view-basic.md).
## See Also
-[ColumnNumber Element for WideControl (Format)](./columnnumber-element-for-widecontrol-format.md)
+[ColumnNumber Element for WideControl](./columnnumber-element-for-widecontrol-format.md)
[Creating a Wide View](./creating-a-wide-view.md)
-[WideControl Element (Format)](./widecontrol-element-format.md)
+[WideControl Element](./widecontrol-element-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Columnnumber Element For Widecontrol Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/columnnumber-element-for-widecontrol-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: ColumnNumber Element for WideControl (Format)
-description: ColumnNumber Element for WideControl (Format)
+ Title: ColumnNumber Element for WideControl
+description: ColumnNumber Element for WideControl
---
-# ColumnNumber Element for WideControl (Format)
+# ColumnNumber Element for WideControl
Specifies the number of columns displayed in the wide view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-WideControl Element (Format)
-ColumnNumber Element for WideControl (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- WideControl Element
+- ColumnNumber Element
## Syntax
ColumnNumber Element for WideControl (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `ColumnNumber` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`ColumnNumber` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[WideControl Element (Format)](./widecontrol-element-format.md)|Defines a wide (single value) list format for the view.|
+|[WideControl Element](./widecontrol-element-format.md)|Defines a wide (single value) list format for the view.|
## Text Value
Specify a positive integer value.
## Remarks
-When defining a wide view, you can add the `AutoSize` element or the `ColumnNumber` element, but you cannot add both.
+When defining a wide view, you can add the `AutoSize` element or the `ColumnNumber` element, but you
+cannot add both.
For more information about the components of a wide view, see [Creating a Wide View](./creating-a-wide-view.md).
For an example of a wide view, see [Wide View (Basic)](./wide-view-basic.md).
## See Also
-[Autosize Element for WideControl (Format)](./autosize-element-for-widecontrol-format.md)
+[Autosize Element for WideControl](./autosize-element-for-widecontrol-format.md)
[Creating a Wide View](./creating-a-wide-view.md)
developer Configuration Element Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/configuration-element-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: Configuration Element (Format)
-description: Configuration Element (Format)
+ Title: Configuration Element
+description: Configuration Element
---
-# Configuration Element (Format)
+# Configuration Element
Represents the top-level element of a formatting file.
-Configuration Element
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
## Syntax
Configuration Element
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `Configuration` element. This element must be the root element for each formatting file, and this element must contain at least one child element.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`Configuration` element. This element must be the root element for each formatting file, and this
+element must contain at least one child element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Controls Element for Configuration (Format)](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the common controls that can be used by all views of the formatting file.|
-|[DefaultSettings Element (Format)](./defaultsettings-element-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines common settings that apply to all the views of the formatting file.|
+|[Controls Element for Configuration](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the common controls that can be used by all views of the formatting file.|
+|[DefaultSettings Element](./defaultsettings-element-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines common settings that apply to all the views of the formatting file.|
|[SelectionSets Element Format](./selectionsets-element-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the common sets of .NET objects that can be used by all views of the formatting file.|
-|[ViewDefinitions Element (Format)](./viewdefinitions-element-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the views used to display objects.|
+|[ViewDefinitions Element](./viewdefinitions-element-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the views used to display objects.|
### Parent Elements
None.
## Remarks
-Formatting files define how objects are displayed. In most cases, this root element contains a [ViewDefinitions](./viewdefinitions-element-format.md) element that defines the table, list, and wide views of the formatting file. In addition to the view definitions, the formatting file can define common selection sets, settings, and controls that those views can use.
+Formatting files define how objects are displayed. In most cases, this root element contains a [ViewDefinitions](./viewdefinitions-element-format.md)
+element that defines the table, list, and wide views of the formatting file. In addition to the view
+definitions, the formatting file can define common selection sets, settings, and controls that those
+views can use.
## See Also
-[Controls Element for Configuration (Format)](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Controls Element for Configuration](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)
-[DefaultSettings Element (Format)](./defaultsettings-element-format.md)
+[DefaultSettings Element](./defaultsettings-element-format.md)
-[SelectionSets Element (Format)](./selectionsets-element-format.md)
+[SelectionSets Element](./selectionsets-element-format.md)
-[ViewDefinitions Element (Format)](./viewdefinitions-element-format.md)
+[ViewDefinitions Element](./viewdefinitions-element-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Control Element For Controls For Configuration Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-description: Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+ Title: Control Element for Controls for Configuration
+description: Control Element for Controls for Configuration
---
-# Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+# Control Element for Controls for Configuration
-Defines a common control that can be used by all the views of the formatting file and the name that is used to reference the control.
+Defines a common control that can be used by all the views of the formatting file and the name that
+is used to reference the control.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
## Syntax
Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element for the `Control` element. You must specify only one of each child element.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element for the
+`Control` element. You must specify only one of each child element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines the control.|
-|[Name Element for Control for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Specifies the name used to reference the control.|
+|[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines the control.|
+|[Name Element for Control for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Specifies the name used to reference the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Controls Element of Configuration (Format)](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines the common controls that can be used by all views of the formatting file or by other controls.|
+|[Controls Element of Configuration](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines the common controls that can be used by all views of the formatting file or by other controls.|
## Remarks The name given to this control can be referenced in the following elements: -- [ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+- [ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-- [GroupBy Element for View(Format)](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)
+- [GroupBy Element for View](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)
## See Also
-[Controls Element of Configuration (Format)](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Controls Element of Configuration](./controls-element-for-configuration-format.md)
-[CustomControl element for Control for Configuration (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[CustomControl element for Control for Configuration](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[GroupBy Element for View(Format)](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Control Element For Controls For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
-description: Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
+ Title: Control Element for Controls for View
+description: Control Element for Controls for View
---
-# Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
+# Control Element for Controls for View
Defines a control that can be used by the view and the name that is used to reference the control.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-Controls Element (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
## Syntax
Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `Control` element.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`Control` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Name Element for Control for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Specifies the name of the control.|
-|[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines the control used by this view.|
+|[Name Element for Control for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Specifies the name of the control.|
+|[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines the control used by this view.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Controls Element (Format)](./controls-element-for-view-format.md)|Defines the view controls that can be used by a specific view.|
+|[Controls Element](./controls-element-for-view-format.md)|Defines the view controls that can be used by a specific view.|
## Remarks This control can be specified by the following elements: -- [CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+- [CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-- [CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+- [CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-- [CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-groupby-format.md)
+- [CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-groupby-format.md)
-- [CustomControlName Element for GroupBy (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-groupby-format.md)
+- [CustomControlName Element for GroupBy](./customcontrolname-element-for-groupby-format.md)
## See Also
-[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-groupby-format.md)
+[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-groupby-format.md)
-[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-groupby-format.md)
+[CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy](./customcontrolname-element-for-expressionbinding-for-groupby-format.md)
-[Controls Element (Format)](./controls-element-for-view-format.md)
+[Controls Element](./controls-element-for-view-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Controls Element For Configuration Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/controls-element-for-configuration-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: Controls Element for Configuration (Format)
-description: Controls Element for Configuration (Format)
+ Title: Controls Element for Configuration
+description: Controls Element for Configuration
---
-# Controls Element for Configuration (Format)
+# Controls Element for Configuration
Defines the common controls that can be used by all views of the formatting file.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- Controls Element
## Syntax
Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `Controls` element.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`Controls` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines a common control that can be used by all views of the formatting file.|
+|[Control Element for Controls for Configuration](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines a common control that can be used by all views of the formatting file.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Configuration Element (Format)](./configuration-element-format.md)|Represents the top-level element of a formatting file.|
+|[Configuration Element](./configuration-element-format.md)|Represents the top-level element of a formatting file.|
## Remarks
-You can create any number of common controls. For each control, you must specify the name that is used to reference the control and the components of the control.
+You can create any number of common controls. For each control, you must specify the name that is
+used to reference the control and the components of the control.
## See Also
-[Configuration Element (Format)](./configuration-element-format.md)
+[Configuration Element](./configuration-element-format.md)
-[Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Control Element for Controls for Configuration](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Controls Element For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/controls-element-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: Controls Element for View (Format)
-description: Controls Element for View (Format)
+ Title: Controls Element for View
+description: Controls Element for View
---
-# Controls Element for View (Format)
+# Controls Element for View
Defines the view controls that can be used by a specific view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-Controls Element for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- Controls Element
## Syntax
Controls Element for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the `Controls` element. This element must have at least one child element. There is no maximum number of child elements, nor is their order significant.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the
+`Controls` element. This element must have at least one child element. There is no maximum number of
+child elements, nor is their order significant.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Control Element for Controls for View (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines a control that can be used by the view.|
+|[Control Element for Controls for View](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines a control that can be used by the view.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[View Element (Format)](./view-element-format.md)|Defines a view that is used to display the members of one or more .NET objects.|
+|[View Element](./view-element-format.md)|Defines a view that is used to display the members of one or more .NET objects.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[Control Element (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Control Element](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[View Element (Format)](./view-element-format.md)
+[View Element](./view-element-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customcontrol Element For Control For Controls For Configuration Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md
--- Last updated 09/13/2016 Title: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-description: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+ Title: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration
+description: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration
---
-# CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+# CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for Configuration
-Defines a control. This element is used when defining a common control that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
+Defines a control. This element is used when defining a common control that can be used by all the
+views in the formatting file.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
## Syntax
CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControl` element. This element must have at least one child element. There is no maximum limit to the number of child elements that can be specified.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControl` element. This element must have at least one child element. There is no maximum
+limit to the number of child elements that can be specified.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions of a control.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions of a control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines a common control that can be used by all the views of the formatting file and the name that is used to reference the control.|
+|[Control Element for Controls for Configuration](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines a common control that can be used by all the views of the formatting file and the name that is used to reference the control.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Control Element for Controls for Configuration](./control-element-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customcontrol Element For Control For Controls For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
-description: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View
+description: CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View
---
-# CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
+# CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View
Defines a control that is used by the view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-Controls Element (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
## Syntax
CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControl` element. You must specify only one child element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControl` element. You must specify only one child element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions for the control.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions for the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[Control Element for Controls for View (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines a control that can be used by the view and the name that is used to reference the control.|
+|[Control Element for Controls for View](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines a control that can be used by the view and the name that is used to reference the control.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Control Element for Controls for View (Format)](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Control Element for Controls for View](./control-element-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customcontrol Element For Groupby Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customcontrol-element-for-groupby-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
-description: CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
+ Title: CustomControl Element for GroupBy
+description: CustomControl Element for GroupBy
---
-# CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
+# CustomControl Element for GroupBy
Defines the custom control that displays the new group.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-GroupBy Element for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- GroupBy Element
+- CustomControl Element
## Syntax
CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent element of the `CustomControl` element. You can specify any number of child elements and list them in any order.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent element of the
+`CustomControl` element. You can specify any number of child elements and list them in any order.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions for the control.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions for the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[GroupBy Element for View (Format)](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)|Defines how Windows PowerShell displays a new group of objects.|
+|[GroupBy Element for View](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)|Defines how Windows PowerShell displays a new group of objects.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)
+[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)
-[GroupBy Element for View (Format)](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)
+[GroupBy Element for View](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customcontrol Element For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customcontrol-element-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomControl Element for View (Format)
-description: CustomControl Element for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomControl Element for View
+description: CustomControl Element for View
---
-# CustomControl Element for View (Format)
+# CustomControl Element for View
Defines a custom control format for the view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-CustomControl Element (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- CustomControl Element
## Syntax
CustomControl Element (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControl` element. You must specify one child element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControl` element. You must specify one child element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions of the custom control view.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides the definitions of the custom control view.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[View Element (Format)](./view-element-format.md)|Defines a view that is used to display one or more .NET objects.|
+|[View Element](./view-element-format.md)|Defines a view that is used to display one or more .NET objects.|
## Remarks
-In most cases, only one definition is required for each control view, but it is possible to provide multiple definitions if you want to use the same view to display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can provide a separate definition for each object or set of objects.
+In most cases, only one definition is required for each control view, but it is possible to provide
+multiple definitions if you want to use the same view to display different .NET objects. In those
+cases, you can provide a separate definition for each object or set of objects.
## See Also
-[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-[View Element (Format)](./view-element-format.md)
+[View Element](./view-element-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+ Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration
+description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration
---
-# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration
-Specifies the name of a common control. This element is used when defining a common control that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
+Specifies the name of a common control. This element is used when defining a common control that can
+be used by all the views in the formatting file.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration
-ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
+- CustomItem Element
+- ExpressionBinding Element
+- CustomControlName Element
## Syntax
CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for Configuration (
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControlName` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControlName` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
## Text Value
Specify the name of the control.
## Remarks
-You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names of these controls:
+You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can
+create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names
+of these controls:
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
## See Also
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View (Format)
-description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View
+description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View
---
-# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View (Format)
-
-Specifies the name of a common control or a view control. This element is used when defining controls that can be used by a view.
-
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-Controls Element (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)
-ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBindine for Controls for View (Format)
+# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for Controls for View
+
+Specifies the name of a common control or a view control. This element is used when defining
+controls that can be used by a view.
+
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
+- CustomItem Element
+- ExpressionBinding Element
+- CustomControlName Element
## Syntax
CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBindine for Controls for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControlName` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControlName` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
## Text Value
Specify the name of the control.
## Remarks
-You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names of these controls:
+You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can
+create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names
+of these controls:
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
## See Also
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View (Format)
-description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View
+description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View
---
-# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View (Format)
+# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for CustomControl for View
-Specifies the name of a common control or a view control. This element is used when defining a custom control view.
+Specifies the name of a common control or a view control. This element is used when defining a
+custom control view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-CustomControl Element for View (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for View (Format)
-ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem (Format)
-CustomControlName Element for Expression Binding for CustomItem (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
+- CustomItem Element
+- ExpressionBinding Element
+- CustomControlName Element
## Syntax
CustomControlName Element for Expression Binding for CustomItem (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControlName` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControlName` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
## Text Value
Specify the name of the control.
## Remarks
-You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file and you can create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The names of these controls are specified by the following elements.
+You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file and you can
+create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The names of these controls are specified
+by the following elements.
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
## See Also
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)
-description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)
+ Title: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy
+description: CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy
---
-# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)
+# CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy
-Specifies the name of a common control or a view control. This element is used when defining how a new group of objects is displayed.
+Specifies the name of a common control or a view control. This element is used when defining how a
+new group of objects is displayed.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-GroupBy Element for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)
-ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- GroupBy Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
+- CustomItem Element
+- ExpressionBinding Element
+- CustomControlName Element
## Syntax
CustomControlName Element for ExpressionBinding for GroupBy (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControlName` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControlName` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
## Text Value
Specify the name of the control.
## Remarks
-You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names of these controls:
+You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can
+create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names
+of these controls:
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
## See Also
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Last updated 09/13/2016 Title: CustomControlName Element for GroupBy (Format)
-description: CustomControlName Element for GroupBy (Format)
+ Title: CustomControlName Element for GroupBy
+description: CustomControlName Element for GroupBy
---
-# CustomControlName Element for GroupBy (Format)
+# CustomControlName Element for GroupBy
-Specifies the name of a custom control that is used to display the new group. This element is used when defining a table, list, wide or custom control view.
+Specifies the name of a custom control that is used to display the new group. This element is used
+when defining a table, list, wide or custom control view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-GroupBy Element for View (Format)
-CustomControlName Element of GroupBy (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- GroupBy Element
+- CustomControlName Element
## Syntax
CustomControlName Element of GroupBy (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the `CustomControlName` element.
+The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the
+`CustomControlName` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[GroupBy Element for View (Format)](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)|Defines how Windows PowerShell displays a new group of objects.|
+|[GroupBy Element for View](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)|Defines how Windows PowerShell displays a new group of objects.|
## Text Value
Specify the name of the custom control that is used to display a new group.
## Remarks
-You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names of these custom controls:
+You can create common controls that can be used by all the views of a formatting file, and you can
+create view controls that can be used by a specific view. The following elements specify the names
+of these custom controls:
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+- [Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
## See Also
-[GroupBy Element for View (Format)](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)
+[GroupBy Element for View](./groupby-element-for-view-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for Configuration](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Name Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Name Element for Control for Controls for View](./name-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration
+description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration
---
-# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration
-Provides the definitions of a common control. This element is used when defining a common control that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
+Provides the definitions of a common control. This element is used when defining a common control
+that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
## Syntax
CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomEntries` element. You must specify one or more child elements.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomEntries` element. You must specify one or more child elements.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Provides a definition of the common control.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Provides a definition of the common control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines a common control.|
+|[CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Defines a common control.|
## Remarks
-In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is defined in a single `CustomEntry` element. However it is possible to have multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for each object or set of objects.
+In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is defined in a single `CustomEntry`
+element. However it is possible to have multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to
+display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for each
+object or set of objects.
## See Also
-[CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View (Format)
-description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View
+description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View
---
-# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View (Format)
+# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View
-Provides the definitions for the control. This element is used when defining controls that can be used by a view.
+Provides the definitions for the control. This element is used when defining controls that can be
+used by a view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-Controls Element (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
## Syntax
CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Controls for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the `CustomEntries` element. There is no maximum limit to the number of child elements that can be specified.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the
+`CustomEntries` element. There is no maximum limit to the number of child elements that can be
+specified.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides a definition of the control.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides a definition of the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines the control used by the view.|
+|[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Defines the control used by the view.|
## Remarks
-In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is specified in a single `CustomEntry` element. However, it is possible to provide multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for each object or set of objects.
+In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is specified in a single `CustomEntry`
+element. However, it is possible to provide multiple definitions if you want to use the same control
+to display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for each
+object or set of objects.
## See Also
-[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View](./customcontrol-element-for-control-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
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--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
-description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy
+description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy
---
-# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
+# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy
-Provides the definitions for the control. This element is used when defining how a new group of objects is displayed.
+Provides the definitions for the control. This element is used when defining how a new group of
+objects is displayed.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-GroupBy Element for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- GroupBy Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
## Syntax
CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the `CustomEntries` element. There is no maximum limit to the number of child elements that can be specified.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and parent elements of the
+`CustomEntries` element. There is no maximum limit to the number of child elements that can be
+specified.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides a definition of the control.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides a definition of the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-groupby-format.md)|Defines the custom control that displays the new group.|
+|[CustomControl Element for GroupBy](./customcontrol-element-for-groupby-format.md)|Defines the custom control that displays the new group.|
## Remarks
-In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is specified in a single `CustomEntry` element. However, it is possible to provide multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to display different groups. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for a group.
+In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is specified in a single `CustomEntry`
+element. However, it is possible to provide multiple definitions if you want to use the same control
+to display different groups. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for a group.
## See Also
-[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-groupby-format.md)
+[CustomControl Element for GroupBy](./customcontrol-element-for-groupby-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customentries Element For Customcontrol For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
-description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View
+description: CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View
---
-# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
+# CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View
-Provides the definitions of the custom control view. The custom control view must specify one or more definitions.
+Provides the definitions of the custom control view. The custom control view must specify one or
+more definitions.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-CustomControl Element (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
## Syntax
CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomControlEntries` element. You must specify one or more child elements.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomControlEntries` element. You must specify one or more child elements.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides a definition of the custom control view.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Provides a definition of the custom control view.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomControl Element for View (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines a custom control format for the view.|
+|[CustomControl Element for View](./customcontrol-element-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines a custom control format for the view.|
## Remarks
-In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is defined in a single `CustomEntry` element. However it is possible to have multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for each object or set of objects.
+In most cases, a control has only one definition, which is defined in a single `CustomEntry`
+element. However it is possible to have multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to
+display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can define a `CustomEntry` element for each
+object or set of objects.
## See Also
-[CustomControl Element for View (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomControl Element for View](./customcontrol-element-for-view-format.md)
-[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customentry Element For Customcontrol For Controls For Configuration Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-description: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration
+description: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration
---
-# CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+# CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration
-Provides a definition of the common control. This element is used when defining a common control that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
+Provides a definition of the common control. This element is used when defining a common control
+that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
## Syntax
CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomEntry` element. You must specify the items displayed by the definition.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomEntry` element. You must specify the items displayed by the definition.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use the definition of the common control or the condition that must exist for this control to be used.|
+|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use the definition of the common control or the condition that must exist for this control to be used.|
|[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines what data is displayed by the control and how it is displayed.| ### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Provides the definitions of the common control.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Provides the definitions of the common control.|
## Remarks
-In most cases, only one definition is required for each common custom control, but it is possible to have multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can provide a separate definition for each object or set of objects.
+In most cases, only one definition is required for each common custom control, but it is possible to
+have multiple definitions if you want to use the same control to display different .NET objects. In
+those cases, you can provide a separate definition for each object or set of objects.
## See Also
-[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
developer Customentry Element For Customcontrol For Groupby Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
-description: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy
+description: CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy
---
-# CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
+# CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy
-Provides a definition of the control. This element is used when defining how a new group of objects is displayed.
+Provides a definition of the control. This element is used when defining how a new group of objects
+is displayed.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-GroupBy Element for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- GroupBy Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
## Syntax
CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent elements of the `CustomEntry` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent elements of the
+`CustomEntry` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use this control definition or the condition that must exist for this definition to be used.|
-|[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines how the control displays the data.|
+|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use this control definition or the condition that must exist for this definition to be used.|
+|[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines how the control displays the data.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Provides the definitions for the control.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Provides the definitions for the control.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)
+[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)
-[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)
+[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md)
-[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)
+[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customentry Element For Customentries For Controls For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)
-description: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View
+description: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View
---
-# CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)
+# CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View
-Provides a definition of the control. This element is used when defining controls that can be used by a view.
+Provides a definition of the control. This element is used when defining controls that can be used
+by a view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-Controls Element (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
## Syntax
CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent elements of the `CustomEntry` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent elements of the
+`CustomEntry` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use this control definition or the condition that must exist for this definition to be used.|
-|[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines how the control displays the data.|
+|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use this control definition or the condition that must exist for this definition to be used.|
+|[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Required element.<br /><br /> Defines how the control displays the data.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Provides the definitions for the control.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Provides the definitions for the control.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customentry Element For Customentries For Customcontrol For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View (Format)
-description: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View
+description: CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View
---
-# CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View (Format)
+# CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View
Provides a definition of the custom control view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-CustomControl Element (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
## Syntax
CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomEntry` element. You must specify the items displayed by the definition.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomEntry` element. You must specify the items displayed by the definition.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for View (Format)](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use the definition of the custom control view or the condition that must exist for this definition to be used.|
-|[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for View (Format)](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Defines a control for the custom control definition.|
+|[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for View](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the .NET types that use the definition of the custom control view or the condition that must exist for this definition to be used.|
+|[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for View](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Defines a control for the custom control definition.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Provides the definitions of the custom control view. The custom control view must specify one or more definitions.|
+|[CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View](./customentries-element-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Provides the definitions of the custom control view. The custom control view must specify one or more definitions.|
## Remarks
-In most cases, only one definition is required for each custom control view, but it is possible to have multiple definitions if you want to use the same view to display different .NET objects. In those cases, you can provide a separate definition for each object or set of objects.
+In most cases, only one definition is required for each custom control view, but it is possible to
+have multiple definitions if you want to use the same view to display different .NET objects. In
+those cases, you can provide a separate definition for each object or set of objects.
## See Also
-[CustomControl Element for View (Format)](./customcontrol-element-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomControl Element for View](./customcontrol-element-for-view-format.md)
-[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for View (Format)](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for View](./customitem-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for View (Format)](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[EntrySelectedBy Element for CustomEntry for View](./entryselectedby-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customitem Element For Customentry For Controls For Configuration Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customitem-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+ Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration
+description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration
---
-# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration (Format)
+# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration
-Defines what data is displayed by the control and how it is displayed. This element is used when defining a common control that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
+Defines what data is displayed by the control and how it is displayed. This element is used when
+defining a common control that can be used by all the views in the formatting file.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-Controls Element of Configuration (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Configuration (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for Configuration (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
+- CustomItem Element
## Syntax
CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for Configuration
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomItem` element. For more information, see Remarks.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomItem` element. For more information, see Remarks.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
-|[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines how the data is displayed, such as shifting the data to the left or right.|
-|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
-|[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds text, such as parentheses or brackets, to the display of the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines how the data is displayed, such as shifting the data to the left or right.|
+|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
+|[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds text, such as parentheses or brackets, to the display of the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Provides a definition of the control.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for Controls for Configuration](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)|Provides a definition of the control.|
## Remarks When specifying the child elements of the `CustomItem` element, keep the following in mind: -- The child elements must be added in the following sequence: `ExpressionBinding`, `NewLine`, `Text`, and `Frame`.-
+- The child elements must be added in the following sequence: `ExpressionBinding`, `NewLine`,
+ `Text`, and `Frame`.
- There is no maximum limit to the number of sequences that you can specify.--- In each sequence, there is no maximum limit to the number of `ExpressionBinding` elements that you can use.
+- In each sequence, there is no maximum limit to the number of `ExpressionBinding` elements that you
+ can use.
## See Also
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
-[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
+[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for Configuration](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-configuration-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customitem Element For Customentry For Controls For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customitem-element-for-customentry-for-controls-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)
-description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View
+description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View
---
-# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)
+# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View
-Defines what data is displayed by the control and how it is displayed. This element is used when defining controls that can be used by a view.
+Defines what data is displayed by the control and how it is displayed. This element is used when
+defining controls that can be used by a view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-Controls Element (Format)
-Control Element for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for Control for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- Controls Element
+- Control Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
+- CustomItem Element
## Syntax
CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for Controls for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomItem` element. For more information, see Remarks.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomItem` element. For more information, see Remarks.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
-|[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines how the data is displayed, such as shifting the data to the left or right.|
-|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
-|[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds text, such as parentheses or brackets, to the display of the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines how the data is displayed, such as shifting the data to the left or right.|
+|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
+|[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds text, such as parentheses or brackets, to the display of the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Provides a definition of the control.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for Controls for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-controls-for-view-format.md)|Provides a definition of the control.|
## Remarks When specifying the child elements of the `CustomItem` element, keep the following in mind: -- The child elements must be added in the following sequence: `ExpressionBinding`, `NewLine`, `Text`, and `Frame`.-
+- The child elements must be added in the following sequence: `ExpressionBinding`, `NewLine`,
+ `Text`, and `Frame`.
- There is no maximum limit to the number of sequences that you can specify.--- In each sequence, there is no maximum limit to the number of `ExpressionBinding` elements that you can use.
+- In each sequence, there is no maximum limit to the number of `ExpressionBinding` elements that you
+ can use.
## See Also
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Frame Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
-[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for View (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
+[Text Element for CustomItem for Controls for View](./text-element-for-customitem-for-controls-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customitem Element For Customentry For Customcontrol For View Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customitem-element-for-customentry-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for CustomControl for View (Format)
-description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for CustomControl for View (Format)
+ Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for CustomControl for View
+description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for CustomControl for View
---
-# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for CustomControl for View (Format)
+# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for CustomControl for View
-Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed. This element is used when defining a custom control view.
+Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed. This element is
+used when defining a custom control view.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-CustomControl Element (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for View (Format)
-CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for View (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomEntry Element
+- CustomItem Element
## Syntax
CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for View (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomItem` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomItem` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
-|[Frame Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed.|
-|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Custom Control for View (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
-|[Text Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-customview-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Specifies additional text to the data displayed by the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[Frame Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed.|
+|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for Custom Control for View](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
+|[Text Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View](./text-element-for-customitem-for-customview-for-view-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Specifies additional text to the data displayed by the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Provides a definition of the custom control view.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for CustomControl for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)|Provides a definition of the custom control view.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[CustomEntry Element for CustomEntries for View](./customentry-element-for-customentries-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-[Frame Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[Frame Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-[NewLine Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
+[NewLine Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-customcontrol-for-view-format.md)
-[Text Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-customview-for-view-format.md)
+[Text Element for CustomItem for CustomControl for View](./text-element-for-customitem-for-customview-for-view-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
developer Customitem Element For Customentry For Groupby Format https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/developer/format/customitem-element-for-customentry-for-groupby-format.md
--- Previously updated : 09/13/2016 Last updated : 08/20/2021 Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)
-description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)
+ Title: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy
+description: CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy
---
-# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)
+# CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy
-Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed. This element is used when defining how a new group of objects is displayed.
+Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed. This element is
+used when defining how a new group of objects is displayed.
-Configuration Element (Format)
-ViewDefinitions Element (Format)
-View Element (Format)
-GroupBy Element for View (Format)
-CustomControl Element for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomEntries Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)
-CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)
+## Schema
+
+- Configuration Element
+- ViewDefinitions Element
+- View Element
+- GroupBy Element
+- CustomControl Element
+- CustomEntries Element
+- CustomItem Element
## Syntax
CustomItem Element for CustomEntry for GroupBy (Format)
## Attributes and Elements
-The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the `CustomItem` element.
+The following sections describe attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the
+`CustomItem` element.
### Attributes
None.
|Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
-|[Frame Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed.|
-|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
-|[Text Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Specifies additional text to the data displayed by the control.|
+|[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines the data that is displayed by the control.|
+|[Frame Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Defines what data is displayed by the custom control view and how it is displayed.|
+|[NewLine Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Adds a blank line to the display of the control.|
+|[Text Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./text-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)|Optional element.<br /><br /> Specifies additional text to the data displayed by the control.|
### Parent Elements |Element|Description| |-------------|-----------------|
-|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Provides a definition of the custom control view.|
+|[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)|Provides a definition of the custom control view.|
## Remarks ## See Also
-[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy (Format)](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)
+[CustomEntry Element for CustomControl for GroupBy](./customentry-element-for-customcontrol-for-groupby-format.md)
-[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
+[ExpressionBinding Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./expressionbinding-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
-[Frame Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
+[Frame Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./frame-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
-[NewLine Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
+[NewLine Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./newline-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
-[Text Element for CustomItem for GroupBy (Format)](./text-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
+[Text Element for CustomItem for GroupBy](./text-element-for-customitem-for-groupby-format.md)
[Writing a PowerShell Formatting File](./writing-a-powershell-formatting-file.md)
install Installing Powershell Core On Linux https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/install/Installing-PowerShell-Core-on-Linux.md
PowerShell with `sudo apt-get install powershell`.
### Installation via Direct Download - Ubuntu 16.04
-Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.3-1.ubuntu.16.04_amd64.deb` from the
+Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.4-1.ubuntu.16.04_amd64.deb` from the
[releases][releases] page onto the Ubuntu machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands: ```sh
-sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.3-1.ubuntu.16.04_amd64.deb
+sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.4-1.ubuntu.16.04_amd64.deb
sudo apt-get install -f ```
PowerShell with `sudo apt-get install powershell`.
### Installation via Direct Download - Ubuntu 18.04
-Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.3-1.ubuntu.18.04_amd64.deb` from the [releases][releases] page
+Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.4-1.ubuntu.18.04_amd64.deb` from the [releases][releases] page
onto the Ubuntu machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands: ```sh
-sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.3-1.ubuntu.18.04_amd64.deb
+sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.4-1.ubuntu.18.04_amd64.deb
sudo apt-get install -f ```
PowerShell with `sudo apt-get install powershell`.
### Installation via Direct Download - Ubuntu 20.04
-Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.3-1.ubuntu.20.04_amd64.deb` from the [releases][releases] page
+Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.4-1.ubuntu.20.04_amd64.deb` from the [releases][releases] page
onto the Ubuntu machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands: ```sh
-sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.3-1.ubuntu.20.04_amd64.deb
+sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.4-1.ubuntu.20.04_amd64.deb
sudo apt-get install -f ```
with `sudo apt-get install powershell`.
### Installation via Direct Download - Debian 9
-Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.3-1.debian.9_amd64.deb` from the [releases][releases] page
+Download the Debian package `powershell_7.1.4-1.debian.9_amd64.deb` from the [releases][releases] page
onto the Debian machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands: ```sh
-sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.3-1.debian.9_amd64.deb
+sudo dpkg -i powershell_7.1.4-1.debian.9_amd64.deb
sudo apt-get install -f ```
pwsh
### Installation via Direct Download - Debian 10
-Download the tar.gz package `powershell-7.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz` from the [releases][releases] page
+Download the tar.gz package `powershell-7.1.4-linux-x64.tar.gz` from the [releases][releases] page
onto the Debian machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands:
sudo apt-get install -y \
curl # Download the powershell '.tar.gz' archive
-curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
+curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-linux-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
# Create the target folder where powershell will be placed sudo mkdir -p /opt/microsoft/powershell/7
pwsh
### Installation via Direct Download - Alpine 3.9 and 3.10
-Download the tar.gz package `powershell-7.1.3-linux-alpine-x64.tar.gz` from the [releases][releases] page onto
+Download the tar.gz package `powershell-7.1.4-linux-alpine-x64.tar.gz` from the [releases][releases] page onto
the Alpine machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands:
sudo apk -X https://dl-cdn.alpinelinux.org/alpine/edge/main add --no-cache \
lttng-ust # Download the powershell '.tar.gz' archive
-curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-linux-alpine-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
+curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-linux-alpine-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
# Create the target folder where powershell will be placed sudo mkdir -p /opt/microsoft/powershell/7
with `sudo yum update powershell`.
### Installation via Direct Download - CentOS 7
-Using [CentOS 7][centos7], download the RPM package `powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm` from the
+Using [CentOS 7][centos7], download the RPM package `powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm` from the
[releases][releases] page onto the CentOS machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands: ```sh
-sudo yum install powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
+sudo yum install powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
``` You can install the RPM without the intermediate step of downloading it: ```sh
-sudo yum install https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
+sudo yum install https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
``` ### Uninstallation - CentOS 7
with `sudo yum update powershell`.
### Installation via Direct Download - Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7
-Download the RPM package `powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm` from the [releases][releases] page onto
+Download the RPM package `powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm` from the [releases][releases] page onto
the Red Hat Enterprise Linux machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands: ```sh
-sudo yum install powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
+sudo yum install powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
``` You can install the RPM without the intermediate step of downloading it: ```sh
-sudo yum install https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
+sudo yum install https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
``` ### Uninstallation - Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7
sudo yum remove powershell
zypper update && zypper --non-interactive install curl tar libicu52_1 # Download the powershell '.tar.gz' archive
-curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
+curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-linux-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
# Create the target folder where powershell will be placed mkdir -p /opt/microsoft/powershell/7
pwsh
zypper update && zypper --non-interactive install curl tar gzip libopenssl1_0_0 libicu60_2 # Download the powershell '.tar.gz' archive
-curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
+curl -L https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-linux-x64.tar.gz -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz
# Create the target folder where powershell will be placed mkdir -p /opt/microsoft/powershell/7
pwsh
### Installation via Direct Download - Fedora 28, 29, and 30
-Download the RPM package `powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm` from the [releases][releases] page
+Download the RPM package `powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm` from the [releases][releases] page
onto the Fedora machine. Then, in the terminal, execute the following commands: ```sh sudo dnf install compat-openssl10
-sudo dnf install powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
+sudo dnf install powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
``` You can install the RPM without the intermediate step of downloading it: ```sh sudo dnf install compat-openssl10
-sudo dnf install https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
+sudo dnf install https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-1.rhel.7.x86_64.rpm
``` ### Uninstallation - Fedora 28, 29, and 30
sudo apt-get install '^libssl1.0.[0-9]$' libunwind8 -y
# Download and extract PowerShell # Grab the latest tar.gz
-wget https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-linux-arm32.tar.gz
+wget https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-linux-arm32.tar.gz
# Make folder to put powershell mkdir ~/powershell # Unpack the tar.gz file
-tar -xvf ./powershell-7.1.3-linux-arm32.tar.gz -C ~/powershell
+tar -xvf ./powershell-7.1.4-linux-arm32.tar.gz -C ~/powershell
# Start PowerShell ~/powershell/pwsh
Linux `tar.gz` archive.
The following example shows the steps for installing the x64 binary archive. You must choose the correct binary archive that matches the processor type for your platform. -- powershell-7.1.3-linux-arm32.tar.gz-- powershell-7.1.3-linux-arm64.tar.gz-- powershell-7.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz
+- powershell-7.1.4-linux-arm32.tar.gz
+- powershell-7.1.4-linux-arm64.tar.gz
+- powershell-7.1.4-linux-x64.tar.gz
#### Linux ```sh # Download the powershell '.tar.gz' archive
-curl -L -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-linux-x64.tar.gz
+curl -L -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-linux-x64.tar.gz
# Create the target folder where powershell will be placed sudo mkdir -p /opt/microsoft/powershell/7
install Installing Powershell Core On Windows https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/install/Installing-PowerShell-Core-on-Windows.md
Release page. The **Assets** section may be collapsed, so you may need to click
The MSI file looks like `PowerShell-<version>-win-<os-arch>.msi`. For example: -- `PowerShell-7.1.3-win-x64.msi`-- `PowerShell-7.1.3-win-x86.msi`
+- `PowerShell-7.1.4-win-x64.msi`
+- `PowerShell-7.1.4-win-x86.msi`
Once downloaded, double-click the installer and follow the prompts.
installation options:
The following example shows how to silently install PowerShell with all the install options enabled. ```powershell
-msiexec.exe /package PowerShell-7.1.3-win-x64.msi /quiet ADD_EXPLORER_CONTEXT_MENU_OPENPOWERSHELL=1 ENABLE_PSREMOTING=1 REGISTER_MANIFEST=1
+msiexec.exe /package PowerShell-7.1.4-win-x64.msi /quiet ADD_EXPLORER_CONTEXT_MENU_OPENPOWERSHELL=1 ENABLE_PSREMOTING=1 REGISTER_MANIFEST=1
``` For a full list of command-line options for `Msiexec.exe`, see
values are changed for each major release.
PowerShell binary ZIP archives are provided to enable advanced deployment scenarios. Download one of the following ZIP archives from the [releases][releases] page. -- PowerShell-7.1.3-win-x64.zip-- PowerShell-7.1.3-win-x86.zip-- PowerShell-7.1.3-win-arm64.zip-- PowerShell-7.1.3-win-arm32.zip
+- PowerShell-7.1.4-win-x64.zip
+- PowerShell-7.1.4-win-x86.zip
+- PowerShell-7.1.4-win-arm64.zip
+- PowerShell-7.1.4-win-arm32.zip
Depending on how you download the file you may need to unblock the file using the `Unblock-File` cmdlet. Unzip the contents to the location of your choice and run `pwsh.exe` from there. Unlike
The following commands can be used to install PowerShell using the published `wi
```Output Name Id Version ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
- PowerShell Microsoft.PowerShell 7.1.3
+ PowerShell Microsoft.PowerShell 7.1.4
PowerShell-Preview Microsoft.PowerShell-Preview 7.2.0-preview.5 ```
install Installing Powershell Core On Macos https://github.com/MicrosoftDocs/PowerShell-Docs/commits/staging/reference/docs-conceptual/install/Installing-PowerShell-Core-on-macOS.md
brew upgrade powershell
## Installation via Direct Download
-Download the PKG package `powershell-7.1.3-osx-x64.pkg` from the [releases][releases] page onto your
+Download the PKG package `powershell-7.1.4-osx-x64.pkg` from the [releases][releases] page onto your
macOS machine. You can double-click the file and follow the prompts, or install it from the terminal: ```sh
-sudo installer -pkg powershell-7.1.3-osx-x64.pkg -target /
+sudo installer -pkg powershell-7.1.4-osx-x64.pkg -target /
``` Install [OpenSSL](#installing-dependencies). OpenSSL is needed for PowerShell remoting and CIM
operations.
```sh # Download the powershell '.tar.gz' archive
-curl -L -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.3/powershell-7.1.3-osx-x64.tar.gz
+curl -L -o /tmp/powershell.tar.gz https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/releases/download/v7.1.4/powershell-7.1.4-osx-x64.tar.gz
# Create the target folder where powershell will be placed
-sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.3
+sudo mkdir -p /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.4
# Expand powershell to the target folder
-sudo tar zxf /tmp/powershell.tar.gz -C /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.3
+sudo tar zxf /tmp/powershell.tar.gz -C /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.4
# Set execute permissions
-sudo chmod +x /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.3/pwsh
+sudo chmod +x /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.4/pwsh
# Create the symbolic link that points to pwsh
-sudo ln -s /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.3/pwsh /usr/local/bin/pwsh
+sudo ln -s /usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.4/pwsh /usr/local/bin/pwsh
``` ## Installing dependencies
and remove the paths using `sudo rm`.
## Paths -- `$PSHOME` is `/usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.3/`
+- `$PSHOME` is `/usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.4/`
- User profiles will be read from `~/.config/powershell/profile.ps1` - Default profiles will be read from `$PSHOME/profile.ps1` - User modules will be read from `~/.local/share/powershell/Modules`
exists at `Microsoft.PowerShell_profile.ps1` in the same locations.
PowerShell respects the [XDG Base Directory Specification][xdg-bds] on macOS. Because macOS is a derivation of BSD, the prefix `/usr/local` is used instead of `/opt`. So,
-`$PSHOME` is `/usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.3/`, and the symbolic link is placed at
+`$PSHOME` is `/usr/local/microsoft/powershell/7.1.4/`, and the symbolic link is placed at
`/usr/local/bin/pwsh`. ## Installation support