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SetSmallCaps

SetSmallCaps(isSmallCaps)

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Specify that all small letter characters in this text run are formatted for display only as their capital letter character equivalents in a font size two points smaller than the actual font size specified for this text.

Parameters:

Name Type Description
isSmallCaps boolean Specifies that the contents of the current run are displayed capitalized two points smaller.

Example

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builder.CreateFile("pptx");
var oPresentation = Api.GetPresentation();
var oSlide = oPresentation.GetSlideByIndex(0);
oSlide.RemoveAllObjects();
oFill = Api.CreateSolidFill(Api.CreateRGBColor(61, 74, 107));
oStroke = Api.CreateStroke(0, Api.CreateNoFill());
var oShape = Api.CreateShape("flowChartMagneticTape", 300 * 36000, 130 * 36000, oFill, oStroke);
oShape.SetPosition(608400, 1267200);
oDocContent = oShape.GetDocContent();
oParagraph = oDocContent.GetElement(0);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.AddText("This is just a sample text. ");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.SetSmallCaps(true);
oRun.AddText("This is a text run with the font set to small capitalized letters.");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
oSlide.AddObject(oShape);
builder.SaveFile("pptx", "SetSmallCaps.pptx");
builder.CloseFile();

Resulting document