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I've been trying different methods to organize my information. Each method seems to have at least one disadvantage. For one set of data, the best method I was able to find has the disadvantage of creating lots of columns which makes if difficult to browse the data. So I was wondering how useful it would be to be able to select a group of columns and hide them. Even more powerful would be the ability to organize columns hierarchically and collapse them similar to how it's done with rows. It would be interesting to see how this feature might be integrated with the interface.

Last edited by cubicray; 2009-01-04 at 02:13 AM..
 
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I will do that, thanks.
 
 


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