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Hello,

 

A topic about this was started last May, but I did not find an answer to my question, which is: in table view, how do I (or can I) add some space between the top of the letters and the upper boundary of the cell (so that the letters aren't touching it)?

 

Thanks,

 

novice/newby,

 

 

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Row height:  From Menu > Layouts > Layout Setup > Views and select table view properties.  Use 'custom height' if you wish to change the row height.


Paragraph align:  Within the field itself, select Inspector > Appearance > Paragraph alignment and select the far right set of buttons - the one which centres horizontally.  This centres all the text.


Padding:  You can also adjust the padding up in the advanced graphic.  Increase the top number to move the text down etc.


Then it is suggested to save this style and save the changes to the theme.

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Thank you LaRetta.

 

The Paragraph align solved the issue, but with the unwanted effect of also moving the text in the form as well. But I think I can live with that.

 

Curiously, the other methods - Row Height and Padding - only affected the form view, even though I had both form and table selected in the layout set up view box. Any explanation for that?

 

regards,

 

Chris

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