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Fit text size to a table cell using MigraDoc

Posted on 2011-09-05
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Hi,

I create a table using the Migra Doc library.
This works fine at all and I can add a text to a cell of my table:
Table table = section.AddTable();
Column column = this.table.AddColumn("3cm");
column.Format.Alignment = ParagraphAlignment.Left;
Row row = table.AddRow();
row.Cells[0].AddParagraph("ThisisaverlongwordIonlyusefortesting!");

This will only write a very long string and at the cell border it still continue writing ...
How can I truncate the string that it fits into the cell and never overwrite the borders?

Thanks

Andre
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