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Make first row of Formal Table bold

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Hello I have a Formal Table and I want the first row to be bold. I know you can make the first column bold with
grps(1) = TableColSpecGroup;
specs(1) = TableColSpec;
specs(1).Style = {Bold()};
grps(1).ColSpecs = specs;
mytab.ColSpecGroups = grps;
but I don't know how to the same thing with the rows... Can someone help me with this?
Thank you in advance!

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Rahul Singhal
Rahul Singhal on 25 Jul 2019
Hi Jack,
I think you want the header row of the FormalTable to be bold.
Below example demostrates how to style the header first row as well as the first row of the table body.
import mlreportgen.dom.*
% Create a document
d = Document('output', 'pdf');
open(d);
% Create a FormalTable with one header row and two body rows
t = FormalTable({'Col1', 'Col2'}, {'entry11', 'entry12'; 'entry21', 'entry22'});
t.Border = 'solid';
t.RowSep = 'solid';
t.ColSep = 'solid';
t.Width = '4in';
% Specify styles for the header first row
headerRow = t.Header.Children(1);
headerRow.Style = [headerRow.Style {Bold()}];
% Specify styles for the first row of table body
bodyFirstRow = t.Body.Children(1);
bodyFirstRow.Style = [bodyFirstRow.Style {Color('red')}];
% Append table to the document
append(d,t);
% Close and view report
close(d);
rptview(d);
Hope this helps!
Thanks,
Rahul

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Jack Arnoldi
Jack Arnoldi on 25 Jul 2019
That's exactly what I was looking for thank you!

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