FormattedText.SetTextDecorations FormattedText.SetTextDecorations FormattedText.SetTextDecorations FormattedText.SetTextDecorations Method

Definition

Sets the TextDecorationCollection for the FormattedText object.

Overloads

SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection)

Sets the TextDecorationCollection for the entire set of characters in the FormattedText object.

SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32)

Sets the TextDecorationCollection for specified text within a FormattedText object.

SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection)

Sets the TextDecorationCollection for the entire set of characters in the FormattedText object.

public:
 void SetTextDecorations(System::Windows::TextDecorationCollection ^ textDecorations);
public void SetTextDecorations (System.Windows.TextDecorationCollection textDecorations);
member this.SetTextDecorations : System.Windows.TextDecorationCollection -> unit
Public Sub SetTextDecorations (textDecorations As TextDecorationCollection)

Parameters

Remarks

The TextDecorationCollection class specifies the types of text decorations to apply to the text. There are four types of text decorations: underline, baseline, strikethrough, and overline. These are described as TextDecorationLocation values that are set on each item in the TextDecorationCollection. It is common that the TextDecorationCollection collection contains only one decoration, but the property uses the collection to provide for more advanced decoration effects by applying multiple decorations to the same text.

The following illustration shows the locations of the text decorations relative to the text.

Diagram of text decoration locations
Example of text decoration types

This method sets the TextDecorationCollection for the entire text string. To set the TextDecorationCollection for a subset of the text string, use the SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32) method.

SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32) SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection, Int32, Int32)

Sets the TextDecorationCollection for specified text within a FormattedText object.

public:
 void SetTextDecorations(System::Windows::TextDecorationCollection ^ textDecorations, int startIndex, int count);
public void SetTextDecorations (System.Windows.TextDecorationCollection textDecorations, int startIndex, int count);
member this.SetTextDecorations : System.Windows.TextDecorationCollection * int * int -> unit
Public Sub SetTextDecorations (textDecorations As TextDecorationCollection, startIndex As Integer, count As Integer)

Parameters

startIndex
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The start index of the initial character to apply the text decorations to.

count
Int32 Int32 Int32 Int32

The number of characters to apply the text decorations to.

Remarks

The TextDecorationCollection class specifies the types of text decorations to apply to the text. There are four types of text decorations: underline, baseline, strikethrough, and overline. These are described as TextDecorationLocation values that are set on each item in the TextDecorationCollection. It is common that the TextDecorationCollection collection contains only one decoration, but the property uses the collection to provide for more advanced decoration effects by applying multiple decorations to the same text.

The following illustration shows the locations of the text decorations relative to the text.

Diagram of text decoration locations
Example of text decoration types

To set the TextDecorationCollection for the entire text string, use the SetTextDecorations(TextDecorationCollection) method.

Applies to