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SetVertAlign

SetVertAlign(sType)

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Specify the alignment which will be applied to the contents of this run in relation to the default appearance of the run text:

  • "baseline" - the characters in the current text run will be aligned by the default text baseline.
  • "subscript" - the characters in the current text run will be aligned below the default text baseline.
  • "superscript" - the characters in the current text run will be aligned above the default text baseline.

Parameters:

Name Type Description
sType "baseline" | "subscript" | "superscript" The vertical alignment type applied to the text contents.

Example

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builder.CreateFile("docx");
var oDocument = Api.GetDocument();
var oParagraph, oRun;
oParagraph = oDocument.GetElement(0);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.AddText("This is just a sample text. ");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.SetVertAlign("subscript");
oRun.AddText("This is a text run with the text aligned below the baseline vertically. ");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.SetVertAlign("baseline");
oRun.AddText("This is a text run with the text aligned by the baseline vertically. ");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.SetVertAlign("superscript");
oRun.AddText("This is a text run with the text aligned above the baseline vertically.");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
builder.SaveFile("docx", "SetVertAlign.docx");
builder.CloseFile();

Resulting document