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New and Modify Table Style Dialog Boxes

New and Modify Table Style Dialog Boxes

List of Options

The following options are displayed.

Starting Table

Allows you to specify a table in your drawing to use as an example for formatting
this table style. Once you select a table, you can specify the structure and contents
you want copied from that table to the table style.

With the Remove Table icon, you can remove a table from the current specified table
style.

General

Table Direction
Defines a new table style or modifies an existing table style.

Sets the direction of a table. Down creates a table that reads from top to bottom.
Up creates a table that reads from bottom to top.

  • Down. The title row and the column heads row are at the top of the table. When you click
    Insert Rows and click Below, the new row is inserted below the current row.
  • Up. The title row and the column heads row are at the bottom of the table. When you click
    Insert Rows and click Below, the new row is inserted above the current row.

Preview

Displays an example of the effect of the current table style settings.

Cell Styles

Defines a new cell style or modifies an existing cell style. You can create any number
of cell styles.

Cell Style Menu

Displays cell styles already found within the table.

Create Cell Styles Button

Launches the Create New Cell Style dialog box.

Manage Cell Styles Button

Launches the Manage Cell Styles dialog box.

Cell Style Tabs

Set the appearance of the data cells, the cell text, and the cell borders.

General Tab

Properties

Fill Color

Specifies the background color of the cell. The default is None.

You can choose Select Color to display the Select Color dialog box.

Alignment

Sets justification and alignment for the text in the table cell. Text is middle-,
top-, or bottom-aligned with respect to the top and bottom borders of the cell. Text
is center-justified, left-justified, or right-justified with respect to the left and
right borders of the cell.

Format

Sets data type and formatting for the Data, Column Heading, or Title rows in a table.
Clicking this button displays the Table Cell Format dialog box, where you can further
define formatting options.

Type

Specifies the cell style as either a label or data.

Margins

Controls the spacing between the border of the cell and the cell content. The cell
margin settings apply to all cells in the table. The default setting is 0.06 (imperial)
and 1.5 (metric).

Horizontal

Sets the distance between the text or block in the cell and the left and right cell
borders.

Vertical

Sets the distance between the text or block in the cell and the top and bottom cell
borders.

Merge cells on row/column creation

Merges any new row or column created with the current cell style into one cell. You
can use this option to create a title row at the top of your table.

Text Tab

Text Style

Lists the available text styles.

Text Style Button

Displays the Text Style Dialog Box where you can create or modify text styles. (DIMTXSTY
system variable)

Text Height

Sets the text height. The default text height for data and column head cells is 0.1800.
The default text height for the table title is 0.25.

Text Color

Specifies the color of the text. Choose Select Color at the bottom of the list to
display the Select Color dialog box.

Text Angle

Sets the text angle. The default text angle is 0 degrees. You can enter any angle
between -359 and +359 degrees.

Borders Tab

Lineweight

Sets the lineweight to be applied to the borders you specify by clicking a border
button. If you use a heavy lineweight, you may have to increase the cell margins.

Linetype

Sets the linetype to be applied to the borders you specify. Choose Other to load a
custom linetype.

Color

Sets the color to be applied to the borders you specify by clicking a border button.
Choose Select Color to display the Select Color dialog box.

Double Line

Displays table borders as double lines.

Spacing

Determines the spacing for double line borders. The default spacing is 0.1800.

Border Buttons

Controls the appearance of the borders of the cells. The border properties are lineweight
and color of the gridlines.

All Borders

Applies the border properties settings to all borders.

Outside Border

Applies the border properties settings to the outside border.

Inside Border

Applies the border properties settings to the inside border.

Bottom Border

Applies the border properties settings to the bottom borders.

Left Border

Applies the border properties settings to the left borders.

Top Border

Applies the border properties settings to the top borders.

Right Border

Applies the border properties settings to the right borders.

No Border

Hides borders.

Cell Style Preview

Displays an example of the effect of the current table style settings.

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