This is a learning path will focus on how to provide the best app navigation, and build the best UI using themes, icons, images, personalization, different form factors, and controls. This app are helps to create a better experience for the user and collect the appropriate data. This module will help you understand and use Controls.
The app understanding of how to create a Power Apps canvas app and some experience working with controls in Power Apps is helpful but not required.
For example, Do you want to select New screen, and then select Blank to add a blank screen to your app.
The new screen is named Screen2 . This pane shows a hierarchical list of controls in your app so that you can easily find and select each control.
this list works, select Label on the Insert tab. The new control appears under Screen2 in the hierarchical list.
In the screen, a box with six handles. That type of box surrounds whichever control is selected. If you select the screen by clicking or tapping in it, the box disappears from the label. To select the label again, you can click or tap in it, or you can click or tap its name in the hierarchical list of controls.
The control that you want to rename, select the ellipsis button that appears, and then select Rename. You can make building your app easier.
The control that you want to delete, select the ellipsis button, and then select Delete. To delete a control that isn't a screen, you can also select the control on the canvas, and then press the Delete key.
That you want to move up or down, select the ellipsis button that appears, and then select Move up or Move down.
To move a control, select it,the four-headed arrow appears, and then drag the control to a different location.
To resize a control, select it, In any handle in this selection box so that the two-headed arrow appears, and then drag the handle.
Select a label or button, double-click the text, and then type any text that you want.
The tool bar you can specify a wider variety of options than you can by configuring a control directly.
For example,select a label and select the Home tab, and then change the font of the text in the label.
By you can use Properties tab, you can specify a wider variety of options than you can by configuring a control from the toolbar.
For example, select a control and then show or hide it by changing its Visible property.
configuring a control directly from the toolbar, or in the Properties tab, you can configure a control by selecting a property in the property list and then specifying a value in the formula bar. By taking this you can search for a property alphabetically, and you can specify more types of values.
For Example: Selecting X or Y in the properties list and then specifying a different number in the formula bar.