FirstIndent (C++)

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Description

This example requires only a form. A Rich Edit control is created on the form and aligned to take the entire client area of the form. A series of lines are written to the Rich Edit control's Lines property and the Paragraph property is manipulated such that the first items displayed are bulleted, a second group of lines are unbulleted and centered, and the last group is left-aligned and indented.

Code

__fastcall TForm1::TForm1(TComponent* Owner)
  : TForm(Owner)
{
  TRichEdit *pRich = new TRichEdit(this);  // The owner will clean this up.
  pRich->Parent = this;
  pRich->Align = alClient;
  pRich->Lines->Clear();
  // set numbering style
  pRich->Paragraph->Numbering = nsBullet;
  pRich->Lines->Add("Introduction");
  pRich->Lines->Add("New members to our team");
  pRich->Lines->Add("New Budget discussion");
  pRich->Lines->Add("Facilities");
  pRich->Lines->Add("Q & A");
  pRich->Paragraph->Numbering = nsNone;
  pRich->Paragraph->Alignment = taCenter;
  pRich->Lines->Add("");
  pRich->Lines->Add("Suggested Topics: ");
  pRich->Lines->Add("");
  pRich->Paragraph->Alignment = taLeftJustify;
  pRich->Paragraph->FirstIndent = 10;
  pRich->Lines->Add("");
  pRich->Lines->Add("Parking lot repair");
  pRich->Lines->Add("Cost overruns");
}

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