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Table Styles .dwg

Table Styles .dwg

Table Styles .dwg

MouseOK    Ribbon: Annotate – Tables –

MouseOK    Menu: Format >  Table styles…

MouseOK    Dialogue Insert table:

KeyboardOK Command line: DTABLESTYLE

 

The command opens the Table style dialogue box, in which you can create and change styles of .dwg tables.

Options:

Styles

List of styles of .dwg tables in the document. It's content is regulated by the List drop-down list.

List

Determines what styles should be displayed in the Styles list: all styles or only styles in use.

Preview of

Preview window that displays an assumed view of the table created using style selected in the Styles list.

Set current

Makes current the style selected in the Styles field.

New

Opens the Create New Table Style dialogue box to crate a new style based on that selected in the Styles field.

Clicking the Continue button opens the Modify Table Style dialogue box as described below.

Modify

Opens the Modify Table Style dialogue box to edit the style selected in the Styles field.

Delete

Deletes the style selected in the Styles field.

To rename the style, double-click it in the Styles list.

Modifying table style

The Modify Table Style dialogue box opens when editing the current or creating a new style.

Options:

Select table to start from

Selects the table on the drawing to use as a sample when forming this table style. In the current software version the function is not realized.

Table direction

Sets the direction of placing data in the table. When selecting Down value, the table is created with data reading direction from top to bottom. When selecting Up value, the table is created with data reading direction from bottom to top.

·         Down. Title row and header row of columns are located in the top part of the table. If you select Insert rows and click Down, a new row is inserted below the current one.

·         Up. Title row and header row of columns are located in the bottom part of the table. If you select Insert rows and click Up, a new row is inserted above the current one.

Cell styles

Is intended to determine a new cell style or change the current cell style. It is possible to create any number of cell styles.

Drop-down list of cell styles

Selects and displays cell styles used in the table.

 Create a new cell style

Opens the Create New Table dialogue box to create a new cell style based on that selected in the drop-down list.

 Manage Cells Styles

Opens the Manage Cell Styles dialogue box.

General tab

Fill color

Specifies background color for cells.

Alignment

Specifies the text alignment in the table cells. Relative to upper and lower cells borders the text can be aligned center, top or bottom. The text can be aligned center, left or right relative to left and right cell borders.

Format

Determines the data type and formatting for table rows containing data column headers and table title.

Type

Determines the cell style: Label or Data.

Horizontal

Specifies the distance between text/block and left and right cell borders.

Vertical

Specifies the distance between text/block and upper and lower cell borders.

Merge cells on row/column creation

When creating a new row/column using the current cell style, the cells of this row/column are merged in one cell. Using this option you can create a title row in the top of the table.

Text tab

Text style

List of available text styles. Button  opens the Text Style dialogue box, in which you can create or change text styles.

Text height

Specifies the text height.

Text color

Specifies the text color.

Text angle

Specifies the text rotation angle. It is possible to enter any angle from -359 to +359 degrees.

Borders tab

Lineweight

Assigns lineweight to borders, which are set using the Border button. When using wide lines, you may need to increase spaces from cell borders.

Linetype

Linetype to be applied to borders set by the user. Select Load to load the user linetype.

Color

Specifies color to be applied to borders specified by the borders selection button.

Double line

Displays table borders in form of double lines.

Spacing

Determines the spacing for borders displayed in form of double lines.

Border buttons

Applies weight and color of lines to all border or only to certain parts.

 

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