A Button Grid is a container that is used to position Action Buttons in a row or grid. (If Action Buttons are inserted into a form without being placed into a Button Grid, they are arranged vertically, one button per line.) The image below shows an example of a button grid arranged in two columns, with a label above it:
A Button Grid may be used to create a toolbar for particular actions, or for conditional data entry on the forms (see Only display this question if below.)
You can use both standard buttons and or images to create menus and other structures.
Use arrow icons and set your action buttons to previous and next. Place them in a 2 column button grid at the bottom of your form to create page navigation.
Grid label: This is the caption that appears above the Button Grid.
Number of columns: This denotes the number of columns in the grid (where the Action Buttons will be placed).
Screen size: Choose how much of the screen to cover with this grid. 100% will cover the whole screen width. 200% will show half the grid at once.