is.Alignment

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Create an Alignment object.

Create an Alignment object, useful when working with cell styles.

Usage
is.Alignment(x)

Alignment( horizontal = NULL, vertical = NULL, wrapText = FALSE, rotation = 0, indent = 0 )

Arguments
x

An Alignment object, as returned by Alignment.

horizontal

a character value specifying the horizontal alignment. Valid values come from constant HALIGN_STYLES_.

vertical

a character value specifying the vertical alignment. Valid values come from constant VALIGN_STYLES_.

wrapText

a logical indicating if the text should be wrapped.

rotation

a numerical value indicating the degrees you want to rotate the text in the cell.

indent

a numerical value indicating the number of spaces you want to indent the text in the cell.

Value

Alignment returns a list with components from the input argument, and a class attribute "Alignment". Alignment objects are used when constructing cell styles.

is.Alignment returns TRUE if the argument is of class "Alignment" and FALSE otherwise.

See Also

CellStyle for using the a Alignment object.

Aliases
  • is.Alignment
  • Alignment
Examples
# NOT RUN {

  # you can just use h for horizontal, since R does the matching for you
  a1 <-  Alignment(h="ALIGN_CENTER", rotation=90) # centered and rotated!

# }
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