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Format-Table - Powershell 3.0 CmdLet

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Short description
Formats the output as a table.

Format-Table [[-Property] <Object[]>] [-AutoSize] [-DisplayError] [-Expand <String>] [-Force] [-GroupBy <Object>] [-Hid
eTableHeaders] [-InputObject <PSObject>] [-ShowError] [-View <String>] [-Wrap] [<CommonParameters>]

The Format-Table cmdlet formats the output of a command as a table with the selected properties of the object in each c
olumn. The object type determines the default layout and properties that are displayed in each column, but you can use 
the Property parameter to select the properties that you want to see.

You can also use a hash table to add calculated properties to an object before displaying it and to specify the column 
headings in the table. To add a calculated property, use the Property or GroupBy parameters.