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2.9.31 CFitTextOperand

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The CFitTextOperand structure is an operand that is used by sprmCFitText to specify how text runs are formatted to fit a particular width.


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dxaFitText

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FitTextID

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cb (1 byte): The number of bytes that this operand occupies. This value MUST be 0x08.

dxaFitText (4 bytes): A 32-bit signed integer value that specifies, in twips, the size of the space in which to fit the text. Text that would occupy a smaller width than specified has space added between characters. Text that would occupy a greater width than specified is compressed proportionally. A value of zero specifies that the Sprm is ignored. A value representing a width that is too large for the text run is also ignored. A negative value or a value representing a width that is too small for the text run specifies the minimum width.

FitTextID (4 bytes): A 32-bit signed integer that uniquely identifies a fit text region across multiple character runs and instances of sprmCFitText. Contiguous character runs that share a common FitTextID are part of the same fit text region. If the runs are not contiguous, the FitTextID is ignored and they are not linked.

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