The look and feel of the PowerApps app is the result of property settings for the various screen elements. Gini von Courter demonstrates modifying an app user interface by editing text and modifying control properties.
- [Instructor] The employee engagement survey…was created for a fictional company, Fabrikam,…and it's branded for Fabrikam.…I'd like to change that, I have several ways I can do that.…First, I can double click a text box to edit the text box.…So if I wanted to put KinetEco, Inc. here,…I can do it just like that.…I could also select the text box…and change the text property of the text box over here.…That works as well.…If I want to change the text for a button, I can do that.…
Notice that it has text here, I can double click it…and edit text or I can edit the text here.…I have another place I need to modify the text,…two others actually, one is the finish screen which,…again, says Fabrikam Connect and I'd like to select that,…put KinetEco, Inc., that works.…And the landing screen also says Fabrikam Connect.…Could I have used copy and paste for this?…Of course I could.…
I could have copied the first time and pasted the others.…This is how I modify text.…For a text box, for example, on the home screen,…we have a grouped text box, text boxes one and two,…
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