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TextSetting property (Cells) 
 
Remarks
Settings of the text that will appear over the cell identified by the UniqueID parameter: it can be multi-line. 
Further information about cells management can be found inside the How to manage cells section.
Get / Set functions
 
BOOL abmCellsGetTextSetting
HWND hWndBtn
short nUniqueID
TEXT_DESC *pdesc 
); 
 
BOOL abmCellsSetTextSetting
HWND hWndBtn
short nUniqueID, 
TEXT_DESC *pdesc 
); 
 
Parameters
Description
hWndBtn
Windows handle associated to the button.
nUniqueID
Numerical value representing the cell's unique identifier.
pdesc
Address of the the TEXT_DESC structure containing the text settings.
 
Visual Basic example 
Dim txtDesc As TEXT_DESC 
abmCellsGetTextSetting btn1.hWnd, 1000, txtDesc 
txtDesc.colorNormal = RGB (0, 255, 0) 
txtDesc.colorMouseOver = RGB (0, 0, 255) 
txtDesc.nAngle = 45 
abmCellsSetTextSetting btn1.hWnd, 1000, txtDesc 
With this code, after the call to the abmCellsSetTextSetting function, the cell with UniqueID 1000 of button btn1 will have a light green text, rotated by 45 degrees clockwise, that will change into light blue when the mouse will pass over the button surface. 
 
Visual C++ example 
 
TEXT_DESC txtDesc; 
abmCellsGetTextSetting  (btn1.GetSafeHwnd (), 1000, &txtDesc); 
txtDesc.colorNormal = RGB (0, 255, 0); 
txtDesc.colorMouseOver = RGB (0, 0, 255); 
txtDesc.nAngle = 45; 
abmCellsSetTextSetting (btn1.GetSafeHwnd (), 1000, &txtDesc); 
With this code, after the call to the abmCellsSetTextSetting function, the cell with UniqueID 1000 of button btn1 will have a light green text, rotated by 45 degrees clockwise, that will change into light blue when the mouse will pass over the button surface. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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