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BeginInsert
BorderStyle As rtBorderStyle
Cells As rtCell
ColumnCount
Columns As rtColumn
ColumnSpacing
dropShadow
Flags
HTML
HTMLStyle As rtHtmlStyle
ID
LayoutStyle As rtTableStyle
parentParagraph
Parent
ParentContainer
ParentObject
root
RowCount
RowDisplayStyle As rtRowDisplayStyle
Rows As rtRow
RowSpacing
Style
TableID
useBorderColor
Values



addColumn As rtColumn
addRow As rtRow
cloneDesign As rtTable
Clear
EndInsert
getFirstElement
getLastElement
getNextElement
getPrevElement
getText
isNested
InsertColumn As rtColumn
InsertRow As rtRow
MergeCells
MergeTable
New
remove
removeColumn
removeRow
setAsTemplate
setStyle
sort
split As rtTable
splitCells
transpose

version 1.5

Property Set/Get Cells (r As Integer, c As Integer) As rtCell

Returns a cell indexed by row and column. In case the cell does not exist it gets created along with corresponding rows and columns as necessary. Thus if you retrieve 3x4 table and use statement:

set theCell = table.Cells (5,6)

the table gets appended 2 empty rows and 2 columns and becomes 5x6 table. To loop through all cells and make sure you retrieve only existing cells, you may use either RowCount and ColumnCount properties of rtTable (respectively rtColumn and rtRow class objects), or use loop like:

Forall r in table

Forall c in r

... do something to the cell

End Forall

End Forall


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