Inserts one or more identical table rows with empty cells.
#define EM_INSERTTABLE (WM_USER + 232)
Returns S_OK if the table is inserted, or an error code if not.
If the cpStartRow member of the TABLEROWPARMS is 1, this message deletes the selected text (if any), and then inserts empty table rows with the row and cell parameters given by wParam and lParam. It leaves the selection pointing to the start of the first cell in the first row. The client can then populate the table cells by pointing the selection (or an ITextRange) to the various cell end marks and inserting and formatting the desired text. Such text can include nested table rows. Alternatively, if the cpStartRow member of the TABLEROWPARMS is 0 or greater, table rows are inserted at the character position given by cpStartRow. This only changes the current selection if the table is inserted inside the selected text.
A Microsoft Rich Edit table consists of a sequence of table rows which, in turn, consist of sequences of paragraphs. A table row starts with the special two-character delimiter paragraph U+FFF9 U+000D and ends with the two-character delimiter paragraph U+FFFB U+000D. Each cell is terminated by the cell mark U+0007, which is treated as a hard end-of-paragraph mark just as U+000D (CR) is. The table row and cell parameters are treated as special paragraph formatting of the table-row delimiters. The formatting contains the information in the TABLEROWPARMS structure. The cell parameters given by the TABLECELLPARMS structure are stored in an expanded version of the tabs array. This format allows tables to be nested within other tables, up to fifteen levels deep.
|Minimum supported client
||Windows 8 [desktop apps only]
|Minimum supported server
||Windows Server 2012 [desktop apps only]