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Customize a Display form control and an Edit form control so that they show the data that matters most, in the most intuitive order, and in the controls that help users easily understand and update the data.
Each form comprises one or more cards, each of which shows data from a particular column in the data source. By following the steps in this topic, you can specify which cards appear in a form, move cards up and down within a form, and configure how data from each column appears within a card.
If you're unfamiliar with PowerApps, see Introduction to PowerApps.
You can review this tutorial for general concepts only, or you can follow it exactly if you complete these steps.
In the left navigation bar, click or tap the middle thumbnail to select DetailsScreen1.
Click or tap any card to select it and show the form-customization options in the right-hand pane.
In the right-hand pane, click or tap the eye icon for the AccountID card to hide it, and click or tap the eye icon for the ID column to show it.
Click or tap the Title card to select it, and then drag its title bar up until the OrderDate card is highlighted.
The card that you're moving will appear just above the card that's highlighted when you release the mouse button.
In the left navigation bar, click or tap the top thumbnail to select BrowseScreen1.
Open Preview mode by pressing F5 (or by selecting the Preview icon near the upper-right corner).
In the upper-right corner, click or tap the plus icon to add a record in EditScreen1.
Add whatever data you want, and then click or tap the checkmark icon in the upper-right corner to save your new record in the SharePoint list and return to BrowseScreen1.
Click or tap the arrow for the item that you just created to show details about that item in DetailScreen1.
In the upper-right corner, click or tap the edit icon to update the record in EditScreen1.
Change the information in one or more fields, and then click or tap the check mark in the upper-right corner to save your changes in the SharePoint list and return to DetailScreen1.
Near the upper-right corner, click or tap the trash-can icon to delete the record that you just updated and to return to BrowseScreen1.
Close Preview mode by pressing Esc (or by clicking or tapping the close icon near the upper-left corner, under the title bar for PowerApps).