.NET Framework 4.5.2+
.NET Framework 4.5.2+
.NET Standard 2.0+
.NET Core 3.0+

TableConditionalStyle Interface

A style that can be applied to table elements which meet a certain condition.

Namespace: DevExpress.XtraRichEdit.API.Native

Assembly: DevExpress.RichEdit.v19.2.Core.dll

Declaration

[ComVisible(true)]
public interface TableConditionalStyle :
    TablePropertiesBase,
    TableCellPropertiesBase,
    CharacterPropertiesBase,
    ParagraphPropertiesBase
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Interface TableConditionalStyle
    Inherits TablePropertiesBase,
             TableCellPropertiesBase,
             CharacterPropertiesBase,
             ParagraphPropertiesBase
[ComVisible(true)]
public interface TableConditionalStyle :
    TablePropertiesBase,
    TableCellPropertiesBase,
    CharacterPropertiesBase,
    ParagraphPropertiesBase
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Interface TableConditionalStyle
    Inherits TablePropertiesBase,
             TableCellPropertiesBase,
             CharacterPropertiesBase,
             ParagraphPropertiesBase
[ComVisible(true)]
public interface TableConditionalStyle :
    TablePropertiesBase,
    TableCellPropertiesBase,
    CharacterPropertiesBase,
    ParagraphPropertiesBase
<ComVisible(True)>
Public Interface TableConditionalStyle
    Inherits TablePropertiesBase,
             TableCellPropertiesBase,
             CharacterPropertiesBase,
             ParagraphPropertiesBase

Remarks

The TableConditionalStyle is like a TableStyle for certain table elements. An instance of the TableConditionalStyle object can be created using the TableConditionalStyleProperties.CreateConditionalStyle method that takes a ConditionalTableStyleFormattingTypes enumeration member as a parameter. This parameter specifies a table element to which a style can be applied. Conditional styles belong to a certain table style. You can access them via the TableStyle.ConditionalStyleProperties property using the ConditionalTableStyleFormattingTypes enumeration value as an index.

To apply conditional styles selectively, use the Table.TableLook property.

Document document = server.Document;
document.LoadDocument("Documents\\TableStyles.docx", DocumentFormat.OpenXml);
document.BeginUpdate();

// Create a new style that is based on the 'Grid Table 5 Dark Accent 1' style defined in the loaded document.
TableStyle myNewStyle = document.TableStyles.CreateNew();
myNewStyle.Parent = document.TableStyles["Grid Table 5 Dark Accent 1"];
// Create conditional styles (styles for table elements)
TableConditionalStyle myNewStyleForFirstRow =
    myNewStyle.ConditionalStyleProperties.CreateConditionalStyle(ConditionalTableStyleFormattingTypes.FirstRow);
myNewStyleForFirstRow.CellBackgroundColor = Color.PaleVioletRed;
TableConditionalStyle myNewStyleForFirstColumn =
    myNewStyle.ConditionalStyleProperties.CreateConditionalStyle(ConditionalTableStyleFormattingTypes.FirstColumn);
myNewStyleForFirstColumn.CellBackgroundColor = Color.PaleVioletRed;
TableConditionalStyle myNewStyleForOddColumns =
    myNewStyle.ConditionalStyleProperties.CreateConditionalStyle(ConditionalTableStyleFormattingTypes.OddColumnBanding);
myNewStyleForOddColumns.CellBackgroundColor = System.Windows.Forms.ControlPaint.Light(Color.PaleVioletRed);
TableConditionalStyle myNewStyleForEvenColumns =
    myNewStyle.ConditionalStyleProperties.CreateConditionalStyle(ConditionalTableStyleFormattingTypes.EvenColumnBanding);
myNewStyleForEvenColumns.CellBackgroundColor = System.Windows.Forms.ControlPaint.LightLight(Color.PaleVioletRed);
document.TableStyles.Add(myNewStyle);
// Create a new table and apply a new style.
Table table = document.Tables.Create(document.Range.End, 4, 4, AutoFitBehaviorType.AutoFitToWindow);
table.Style = myNewStyle;
// Specify which conditonal styles are in effect.
table.TableLook = TableLookTypes.ApplyFirstRow | TableLookTypes.ApplyFirstColumn;

document.EndUpdate();
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