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Table-row-height in Word

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Rieni De Rijke
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Rieni De Rijke asked on 13 Feb 2012, 02:27 PM
I use the RadTextBox. I start with a new document and I insert a table (3 rows, 2 cells pr row).
The font in the cells is Calibri 11.
The document is saved as 'Test.docx'.

Now I open the same file/document in Word. The height of all the rows is now doubled.
The font in the cells is Verdana 12.

Now I save the document in Word as Test2.docx.
I close Word and open the file in RichTextBox-editor.
The height of the rows is not doubled any longer, but the font is still Verdana 12.


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Iva Toteva
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answered on 16 Feb 2012, 01:12 PM
Hi Rieni,

Currently it is not possible to set the font size and font family of the text in an empty table cell.

We have logged this issue for future implementation. It has not been scheduled yet, so the time frame of its implementation is not certain yet.

If you find using styles a viable solution instead of using local values for the FontFamily and FontStyle, you can create a Table style, based on the default style TableGrid and apply it to the table. Then, the font family and font size will be set to the respective table and will be persisted on export/import.

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Iva Toteva
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