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OOo/LibreOffice Calc BASIC: cell display orientation/rotation

Posted 05-18-2012 at 01:45 AM by catkin

There are incorrect examples on the internet of using OOo/LibreOffice BASIC to set Calc cell contents to display vertically, the same as can be done interactively via Format Cell -> Alignment -> Text Orientation and setting the angle to 90 degrees.

The problem is that they show 90 but the units are 1/100ths of a degree so vertical requires 9000.

This works
Code:
oCell.setPropertyValue( "RotateAngle", 9000 )
This does not work (it is here to help people searching for this string when they use it and it does not have the intended effect)
Code:
oCell.setPropertyValue( "RotateAngle", 90 )
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