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Webtracker Posted - 06/28/2005 : 16:46:30
In building a grid of text I find myself wanting to free-flow text into a frame of infinite depth and fixed width with an option that allows me to return the height that the frame would require to display the text, in twips.

As I track row heights, this would allow me to know which rows would fit onto a page and which I would have to roll over onto following pages.

So in my wishlist I am looking for a .ParaTextHeight function.






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Webtracker Posted - 06/28/2005 : 19:24:06
Sounds good to me. Thanks Bill.
wbgookin Posted - 06/28/2005 : 17:26:12
Look in the Tips and Tricks section. A while ago I posted the basis for a paratextheight function (in Visual Basic) that I use. It probably needs a little modification, but you can start there to get what you want. You can then get the height before you actually print it.

Good luck,
Bill

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