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NX Drafting - Header Row Continuation onto Auto-Split Tabular Note

NX Drafting - Header Row Continuation onto Auto-Split Tabular Note

NX Drafting - Header Row Continuation onto Auto-Split Tabular Note


The below thread was the only thread I could find in regards to how to continue the header row for tabular notes that are auto-split into a second table.
The closed thread suggests first "defining a header row".
And then second suggests inputting this code somewhere.

Dim rows(nRows) As NXOpen.Tag
lg.WriteLine("adding header title row")
theUfSession.Tabnot.CreateRow(titleRowHeight, rows(0))
theUfSession.Tabnot.AddHeaderRow(tabnote, rows(0), 0)

May I get some more details on:
1. How does one "define a header row" in a tabular note.
2. Where would one input the suggested code to allow for the continuation of the header row onto split tables.
3. Is there an easier way to do this now with NX12?

thread561-432079: How to define a Tabular Note Header in NX 11 Using NXOpen?

RE: NX Drafting - Header Row Continuation onto Auto-Split Tabular Note

The other thread was only about creating a header row with the NXOpen API. To create a header row in interactive NX, select a row of your tabular note, right click -> insert -> header row. Once your tabular note has a header row, the "continuation" options will appear on the note's settings dialog.


RE: NX Drafting - Header Row Continuation onto Auto-Split Tabular Note

Works perfect.
Thanks Cowski.

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