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How change text width in table cell using autocad .net api C#?

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07-01-2012 02:47 PM

I create Table using Autocad .net api C#.


var table = new Table();

In single text(class DBText), change text width of the property - WidthFactor.

How change text width in table cell using autocad .net api C#?

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Use Formatting in the contents like Mtext.

 

"{\W0.5;Text Width = 0.5}"

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Re: How change text width in table cell using autocad .net api C#?

07-01-2012 03:16 PM in reply to: 1854656984

Hi,

 

Table.Cells(i,j).TextStyleId=Id_Of_The_TextStyle_With_Needed_WidthFactor should work.

 

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Re: How change text width in table cell using autocad .net api C#?

07-02-2012 10:14 AM in reply to: gasty1001

Use Formatting in the contents like Mtext.

 

"{\W0.5;Text Width = 0.5}"

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Re: How change text width in table cell using autocad .net api C#?

07-03-2012 06:46 AM in reply to: 1854656984

Thanks!!! it works perfectly!!!!

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Re: How change text width in table cell using autocad .net api C#?

07-03-2012 05:19 PM in reply to: 1854656984

1854656984 wrote:

Thanks!!! it works perfectly!!!!


 

 

Since you answered your own post ... which solution worked for you ??

 

 

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