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Tables arrange content in rows and columns. Each table cell is a subdocument containing its own items. Tables can be nested.
▪TRVTableItemInfo (see for detailed information).
Style of this item type: rvsTable (-60)
There is an important differences between properties of tables and properties of any other items. To change values of properties of any other item as an editing operation, you need to use special methods. But direct assignment to properties of TRVTableItemInfo is written to an undo buffer, if this table is already inserted in TCustomRichViewEdit.
This item type has the following specific string properties:
▪rvespImageFileName – value of this property can be saved in HTML file as table background image location; also accessible as table.BackgroundImageFileName.
Methods of TCustomRichView
The following viewer-style methods add item of this type to the end of the document:
The following method returns TRVTableItemInfo object
Methods of TCustomRichViewEdit
The following editor-style method inserts item of this type in the position of caret:
The following methods return TRVTableItemInfo object at the position of caret:
Users can resize table rows and columns, if rvtoRowSizing and/or rvtoColSizing are included in table.Options.
OnItemResize event occurs after resizing.
Saving and Loading
Export to HTML
The TRichView's model of tables is very similar to the HTML model of tables, so tables are saved to HTML as they are.
RTF tables have different structure, TRichView does a smart work for converting them.
See the following properties of TRVTableItemInfo:
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