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SetSmallCaps

SetSmallCaps(isSmallCaps) → { ApiTextPr }

Specify that all the small letter characters in this text run are formatted for display only as their capital letter character equivalents which are two points smaller than the actual font size specified for this text.

Parameters:

Name Type Description
isSmallCaps boolean

Specifies if the contents of the current run are displayed capitalized two points smaller or not.

Returns:

Type
ApiTextPr

Example

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builder.CreateFile("pptx");
oPresentation = Api.GetPresentation();
oSlide = oPresentation.GetSlideByIndex(0);
oSlide.RemoveAllObjects();
oFill = Api.CreateSolidFill(Api.CreateRGBColor(61, 74, 107));
oStroke = Api.CreateStroke(0, Api.CreateNoFill());
oShape = Api.CreateShape("flowChartMagneticTape", 300 * 36000, 130 * 36000, oFill, oStroke);
oShape.SetPosition(608400, 1267200);
oDocContent = oShape.GetDocContent();
oParagraph = oDocContent.GetElement(0);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.AddText("This is just a sample text. ");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
oRun = Api.CreateRun();
oRun.SetSmallCaps(true);
oRun.AddText("This is a text run with the font set to small capitalized letters.");
oParagraph.AddElement(oRun);
oSlide.AddObject(oShape);
builder.SaveFile("pptx", "SetSmallCaps.pptx");
builder.CloseFile();

Resulting document