Insert text formatted as code in a paragraph
This component inserts text formatted as code in a paragraph. The purpose of the component is
to distinguish code, such as variable and property names, from other text in a
paragraph. Its default style,
rgCode, uses a monospace font
instead of the default proportional font used by a Paragraph or
Text component. The Code component
also preserves white space (line feeds and spaces) in HTML and Word output. You can
use this component to insert code in paragraphs in HTML, Word, and PDF reports. You
can also use it to insert code in table entries and at the report body level in HTML
reports, for example,
web (HTML) reports.
This component applies only to template-based reports, such
Direct PDF (from Template). In XSL style
sheet-based reports, for example
it serves as a
Code to include in report: Specifies the code to include in the paragraph.
Style Name: Specifies the name of a style used to format the code. By default, the style name is
rgCode, which is defined in the Report Explorer default document conversion templates. To override the default style:
Set Style Name to
In the Style Name text box, type a style name.
To use the custom style you specify, it must be defined as a span style in the HTML or PDF template used with this report. For a Word template, it must be defined as a character or linked paragraph/character style. For more information about template styles, see Report Templates.
Bold: Makes the text bold.
Italic: Makes the text italic.
Underline: Underlines the text.
Color: Specifies the color of the text.
Select a color from the list of colors.
Enter a hexadecimal RGB value as #RRGGBB. For example,
#0000ffis a shade of blue.
expris a MATLAB® expression that evaluates to a color name or a hexadecimal RGB value.
These format options override any corresponding formats defined in the custom style you specify. For example, selecting Bold makes the text bold, even if the specified style uses regular weight text.
Insert Anything into Report?
Yes. Inline text formatted as code.
For example, if you include a Code component with
"Code component text" in a paragraph,
the output appears exactly has you have typed it, preserving all of