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Out-GridView - Powershell 3.0 CmdLet

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Short description
Sends output to an interactive table in a separate window.

Out-GridView [-InputObject <PSObject>] [-PassThru] [-Title <String>] [<CommonParameters>]
Out-GridView [-InputObject <PSObject>] [-OutputMode <OutputModeOption>] [-Title <String>] [<CommonParameters>]
Out-GridView [-InputObject <PSObject>] [-Title <String>] [-Wait] [<CommonParameters>]

The Out-GridView cmdlet sends the output from a command to a grid view window where the output is displayed in an inter
active table.

Because this cmdlet requires a user interface, it does not work on Server Core installations of Windows Server.

You can use the following features of the table to examine your data:

-- Hide, Show, and Reorder Columns: To hide, show, or reorder a column, right-click a column header and then click "Sel
ect Columns."

-- Sort. To sort the data, click a column header. Click again to toggle from ascending to descending order.

-- Quick Filter. Use the "Filter" box at the top of the window to search the text in the table. You can search for text
 in a particular column, search for literals, and search for multiple words.

-- Criteria Filter. Use the "Add criteria" drop-down menu to create rules to filter the data. This is very useful for v
ery large data sets, such as event logs.

-- Copy and paste. To copy rows of data from Out-GridView, press CTRL+C (copy). You can paste the data into any text or
 spreadsheet program.

For instructions for using these features, type "Get-Help Out-GridView -Full" and see "How to Use the Grid View Window 
Features" in the NOTES section.