When writing note you can reference a grid. I have a grid where every row has lots of properties (10 columns). I have a document where I would like to reference the same grid but in different context. Whenever I reference a grid in the document new view is created. I would like to be able to select which columns are visible separately for every view. This would make a document view clean and show only relevant data.
Now there are two choices
- Every time you reference grid you show all the columns and make a document hard to read for columns which are on the far right position
- Duplicate a grid and make columns visible, but this leads to an issue where I must update same data multiple times and must not forget any of the copies.
Everybody who needs to create a document about slightly more complex data
I must create a document about the history of an it project and how much we’ve estimated the project would cost vs it’s real costs. I’ve created a grid where the first column is the project name and other columns represent different costs and cost estimations. Keeping multiple grids in sync when you discover new things as you go with writing a comparison is an error prone adventure.