Bold Bold Bold Bold Constructors

Definition

Overloads

Bold() Bold() Bold()

Initializes a new, empty instance of the Bold class.

Bold(Inline) Bold(Inline) Bold(Inline) Bold(Inline)

Initializes a new instance of the Bold class, taking a specified Inline object as the initial contents of the new Bold.

Bold(Inline, TextPointer) Bold(Inline, TextPointer) Bold(Inline, TextPointer) Bold(Inline, TextPointer)

Initializes a new instance of the Bold class, taking a specified Inline object as the initial contents of the new Bold, and a TextPointer specifying an insertion position for the new Inline element.

Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer) Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer) Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer) Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer)

Initializes a new instance of the Bold class, taking two TextPointer objects that indicate the beginning and end of a selection of content to be contained by the new Bold.

Bold() Bold() Bold()

Initializes a new, empty instance of the Bold class.

public:
 Bold();
public Bold ();
Public Sub New ()

Bold(Inline) Bold(Inline) Bold(Inline) Bold(Inline)

Initializes a new instance of the Bold class, taking a specified Inline object as the initial contents of the new Bold.

public:
 Bold(System::Windows::Documents::Inline ^ childInline);
public Bold (System.Windows.Documents.Inline childInline);
new System.Windows.Documents.Bold : System.Windows.Documents.Inline -> System.Windows.Documents.Bold
Public Sub New (childInline As Inline)

Parameters

childInline
Inline Inline Inline Inline

An Inline object specifying the initial contents of the new Bold.

Examples

The following example demonstrates usage of this constructor.

// A child Inline element for the new Bold element.
Run runx = new Run("Text to make bold.");

// After this line executes, the new element "boldx"
// contains the specified Inline element, "runx".
Bold boldx = new Bold(runx);
' A child Inline element for the new Bold element.
Dim runx1 As New Run("Text to make bold.")

' After this line executes, the new element "boldx"
' contains the specified Inline element, "runx".
Dim boldx1 As New Bold(runx1)

Bold(Inline, TextPointer) Bold(Inline, TextPointer) Bold(Inline, TextPointer) Bold(Inline, TextPointer)

Initializes a new instance of the Bold class, taking a specified Inline object as the initial contents of the new Bold, and a TextPointer specifying an insertion position for the new Inline element.

public:
 Bold(System::Windows::Documents::Inline ^ childInline, System::Windows::Documents::TextPointer ^ insertionPosition);
public Bold (System.Windows.Documents.Inline childInline, System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer insertionPosition);
new System.Windows.Documents.Bold : System.Windows.Documents.Inline * System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer -> System.Windows.Documents.Bold
Public Sub New (childInline As Inline, insertionPosition As TextPointer)

Parameters

childInline
Inline Inline Inline Inline

An Inline object specifying the initial contents of the new Bold. This parameter may be null, in which case no Inline is inserted.

insertionPosition
TextPointer TextPointer TextPointer TextPointer

A TextPointer specifying an insertion position at which to insert the Bold element after it is created, or null for no automatic insertion.

Examples

The following example demonstrates usage of this constructor.

// A child Inline element for the new Bold element.
Run runx = new Run("Text to make bold.");

// An empty paragraph will serve as the container for the new Bold element.
Paragraph parx = new Paragraph();

// After this line executes, the new element "boldx"
// contains the specified Inline element, "runx".  Also, "boldx" is
// inserted at the point indicated by the insertionPosition parameter, 
// which in this case indicates the content start position in the Paragraph 
// element "parx".
Bold boldx = new Bold(runx, parx.ContentStart);
' A child Inline element for the new Bold element.
Dim runx2 As New Run("Text to make bold.")

' An empty paragraph will serve as the container for the new Bold element.
Dim parx2 As New Paragraph()

' After this line executes, the new element "boldx"
' contains the specified Inline element, "runx".  Also, "boldx" is
' inserted at the point indicated by the insertionPosition parameter, 
' which in this case indicates the content start position in the Paragraph 
' element "parx".
Dim boldx2 As New Bold(runx2, parx2.ContentStart)

Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer) Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer) Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer) Bold(TextPointer, TextPointer)

Initializes a new instance of the Bold class, taking two TextPointer objects that indicate the beginning and end of a selection of content to be contained by the new Bold.

public:
 Bold(System::Windows::Documents::TextPointer ^ start, System::Windows::Documents::TextPointer ^ end);
public Bold (System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer start, System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer end);
new System.Windows.Documents.Bold : System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer * System.Windows.Documents.TextPointer -> System.Windows.Documents.Bold
Public Sub New (start As TextPointer, end As TextPointer)

Parameters

start
TextPointer TextPointer TextPointer TextPointer

A TextPointer indicating the beginning of a selection of content to be contained by the new Bold.

end
TextPointer TextPointer TextPointer TextPointer

A TextPointer indicating the end of a selection of content to be contained by the new Bold.

Exceptions

Raised when start and end do not resolve to a range of content suitable for enclosure by a Bold element, for example, if start and end indicate positions in different paragraphs.

Examples

The following example demonstrates usage of this constructor.

// Create a paragraph and three text runs to serve as example content.  
Paragraph parx = new Paragraph();
Run run1 = new Run("Text run 1.");
Run run2 = new Run("Text run 2, make bold.");
Run run3 = new Run("Text run 3.");

// Add the three text runs to the paragraph, separated by linebreaks.
parx.Inlines.Add(run1);
parx.Inlines.Add(new LineBreak());
parx.Inlines.Add(run2);
parx.Inlines.Add(new LineBreak());
parx.Inlines.Add(run3);

// After this line executes, the selection of content
// indicated by the "start" and "end" parameters will be
// enclosed by the new Bold.  In this case, the new Bold
// will enclose the second text run, "run2".
Bold boldx = new Bold(run2.ContentStart, run2.ContentEnd);
' Create a paragraph and three text runs to serve as example content.  
Dim parx As New Paragraph()
Dim run1 As New Run("Text run 1.")
Dim run2 As New Run("Text run 2, make bold.")
Dim run3 As New Run("Text run 3.")

' Add the three text runs to the paragraph, separated by linebreaks.
parx.Inlines.Add(run1)
parx.Inlines.Add(New LineBreak())
parx.Inlines.Add(run2)
parx.Inlines.Add(New LineBreak())
parx.Inlines.Add(run3)

' After this line executes, the selection of content
' indicated by the "start" and "end" parameters will be
' enclosed by the new Bold.  In this case, the new Bold
' will enclose the second text run, "run2".
Dim boldx3 As New Bold(run2.ContentStart, run2.ContentEnd)

Remarks

This constructor is intended to initialize a new Bold element such that it encloses a selection of pre-existing content.

Applies to