DocumentBuilderEndRow Method
Ends a table row in the document.

Namespace: Aspose.Words
Assembly: Aspose.Words (in Aspose.Words.dll) Version: 19.10
Syntax
public Row EndRow()

Return Value

Type: Row
The row node that was just finished.
Remarks

Call EndRow to end a table row. If you call InsertCell immediately after that, then the table continues on a new row.

Use the RowFormat property to specify row formatting.

Examples
Creates a table with two columns with cells merged vertically in the first column.
[C#]

Document doc = new Document();
DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);

builder.InsertCell();
builder.CellFormat.VerticalMerge = CellMerge.First;
builder.Write("Text in merged cells.");

builder.InsertCell();
builder.CellFormat.VerticalMerge = CellMerge.None;
builder.Write("Text in one cell");
builder.EndRow();

builder.InsertCell();
// This cell is vertically merged to the cell above and should be empty.
builder.CellFormat.VerticalMerge = CellMerge.Previous;

builder.InsertCell();
builder.CellFormat.VerticalMerge = CellMerge.None;
builder.Write("Text in another cell");
builder.EndRow();
builder.EndTable();
Examples
Shows how to build a formatted table that contains 2 rows and 2 columns.
[C#]

Document doc = new Document();
DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder(doc);

Table table = builder.StartTable();

// Insert a cell
builder.InsertCell();
// Use fixed column widths.
table.AutoFit(AutoFitBehavior.FixedColumnWidths);

builder.CellFormat.VerticalAlignment = CellVerticalAlignment.Center;
builder.Write("This is row 1 cell 1");

// Insert a cell
builder.InsertCell();
builder.Write("This is row 1 cell 2");

builder.EndRow();

// Insert a cell
builder.InsertCell();

// Apply new row formatting
builder.RowFormat.Height = 100;
builder.RowFormat.HeightRule = HeightRule.Exactly;

builder.CellFormat.Orientation = TextOrientation.Upward;
builder.Writeln("This is row 2 cell 1");

// Insert a cell
builder.InsertCell();
builder.CellFormat.Orientation = TextOrientation.Downward;
builder.Writeln("This is row 2 cell 2");

builder.EndRow();

builder.EndTable();
Examples
Shows how to build a nice bordered table.
[C#]

DocumentBuilder builder = new DocumentBuilder();

// Start building a table
builder.StartTable();

// Set the appropriate paragraph, cell, and row formatting. The formatting properties are preserved
// until they are explicitly modified so there's no need to set them for each row or cell
builder.ParagraphFormat.Alignment = ParagraphAlignment.Center;

builder.CellFormat.ClearFormatting();
builder.CellFormat.Width = 150;
builder.CellFormat.VerticalAlignment = CellVerticalAlignment.Center;
builder.CellFormat.Shading.BackgroundPatternColor = Color.GreenYellow;
builder.CellFormat.WrapText = false;
builder.CellFormat.FitText = true;

builder.RowFormat.ClearFormatting();
builder.RowFormat.HeightRule = HeightRule.Exactly;
builder.RowFormat.Height = 50;
builder.RowFormat.Borders.LineStyle = LineStyle.Engrave3D;
builder.RowFormat.Borders.Color = Color.Orange;

builder.InsertCell();
builder.Write("Row 1, Col 1");

builder.InsertCell();
builder.Write("Row 1, Col 2");

builder.EndRow();

// Remove the shading (clear background)
builder.CellFormat.Shading.ClearFormatting();

builder.InsertCell();
builder.Write("Row 2, Col 1");

builder.InsertCell();
builder.Write("Row 2, Col 2");

builder.EndRow();

builder.InsertCell();

// Make the row height bigger so that a vertically oriented text could fit into cells
builder.RowFormat.Height = 150;
builder.CellFormat.Orientation = TextOrientation.Upward;
builder.Write("Row 3, Col 1");

builder.InsertCell();
builder.CellFormat.Orientation = TextOrientation.Downward;
builder.Write("Row 3, Col 2");

builder.EndRow();

builder.EndTable();

builder.Document.Save(ArtifactsDir + "DocumentBuilder.InsertTable.docx");
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