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Thread: Need Help for set default size (width and length) of table using 'XWPFTable'

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    Hi,

    We are creating word document using java and creating table using 'XWPFTable' class. But, we want to set default size of table length and width using "XWPFTable' class. Please help us and its great helpfull for us.

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    Default Re: Need Help for set default size (width and length) of table using 'XWPFTable'

    Welcome nareshdev

    Consult the documentation for the XWPFTable class for it's usage.

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    Default Re: Need Help for set default size (width and length) of table using 'XWPFTable'

    Quote Originally Posted by jps View Post
    Welcome nareshdev

    Consult the documentation for the XWPFTable class for it's usage.

    Yeah, we tried a lot but we didn't find any solution.
    Actually my requirement is need to create table with default length and width in word document using java. Please let us know is there any other solution.

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    Default Re: Need Help for set default size (width and length) of table using 'XWPFTable'

    If by "table with default length and width" you mean some sort of organized display, then yes. If you mean something else then please explain what you are trying to do.

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    Default Re: Need Help for set default size (width and length) of table using 'XWPFTable'

    Quote Originally Posted by jps View Post
    If by "table with default length and width" you mean some sort of organized display, then yes. If you mean something else then please explain what you are trying to do.
    Hi,

    Please find the attached screenshot. As per Screenshot we need fixed length of cell whether it is table or else any other way to make it. But, we need fixed length of cell using java.

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