Manually Edit Table Column width

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Manually Edit Table Column width

Postby volleyballsmh11 » Wed Jan 19, 2022 7:44 am

In reference to table entity, I would like to manually drag and adjust an individual tables column width. I can adjust the columns width individually in the edit table values command. However, I do not want to input a random width to see if it works in the table. I would like to adjust the row/columns height or width manually.
In intellicad command, TABLE, you can create a table and adjust each row/column and its height/width. However, I am unable to add rows or columns. When I look at properties the row and column number is greyed out. Does anyone know how to add a column or row to a intellicad table.
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Re: Manually Edit Table Column width

Postby resurvey » Wed Jan 19, 2022 9:29 am

If you single click in an ICAD table cell you should get a toolbar that will allow you to add/delete columns and rows.
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Re: Manually Edit Table Column width

Postby volleyballsmh11 » Wed Jan 19, 2022 7:42 pm

Thank you for your response. The table does not pop up. I click, double click, select a row, nothing pops up.
Thanks,

I moved the table to model space and switched to intellicad classic. I am able to click in the table, right click, and the properties menu has the options. When I go back to the Carlson workspace I lose this ability.
Do you know how to add the menu options or table cell to the carlson workspace?
Additionally, can rows and columns in table entities be adjusted manually.
I appreciate your help and feedback. Thanks,
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Re: Manually Edit Table Column width

Postby resurvey » Wed Jan 19, 2022 9:30 pm

I run without the ribbon so it's possible this toolbar is displayed in your ribbon in the table cell tab?
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Re: Manually Edit Table Column width

Postby volleyballsmh11 » Wed Jan 19, 2022 11:46 pm

No, its not displayed.
There must be a setting that I am unaware of. I do appreciate your help though.
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Re: Manually Edit Table Column width

Postby gskelhorn » Thu Jan 27, 2022 9:48 am

volleyballsmh11 wrote:In reference to table entity, I would like to manually drag and adjust an individual tables column width. I can adjust the columns width individually in the edit table values command. However, I do not want to input a random width to see if it works in the table. I would like to adjust the row/columns height or width manually.
In intellicad command, TABLE, you can create a table and adjust each row/column and its height/width. However, I am unable to add rows or columns. When I look at properties the row and column number is greyed out. Does anyone know how to add a column or row to a intellicad table.
Thanks,


Are you using Carlson 2022 with Intellicad 10.1?

Intellicad 10.1 in Carlson 2022 did add support for creating and editing CAD table entities. I haven't used 2022 much yet so am not certain what changes have been made to integrate the CAD table entity, however, Carlson table commands, with previous Intellicad, have created their table as an anonymous blocks and not a CAD table entity. I cannot speak to how it is done in Autocad based Carlson products.

The result is the Carlson commands work on tables created with Carlson commands and those tables are edited with the Carlson Edit | Table menu commands. As far as I know the "Use Table Entity"

CAD table entities created using the TABLE command are not recognized as a table by the Carlson commands.
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