#249 – Creating a Table in a FlowDocument

You can include a table in a FlowDocument as content by using the Table block.  You present your content by laying it out as rows and columns.

	<FlowDocument FontFamily="Cambria" FontSize="14">
		<Paragraph>Some Pixar films:</Paragraph>
				<TableColumn Width="50*"/>
				<TableColumn Width="15*"/>
				<TableColumn />

			<TableRowGroup Background="LightGray" FontWeight="Bold">

			<TableRowGroup FontFamily="Verdana" FontSize="12">
					<TableCell><Paragraph>Toy Story</Paragraph></TableCell>
					<TableCell><Paragraph>John Lasseter</Paragraph></TableCell>
					<TableCell><Paragraph>Monster's, Inc.</Paragraph></TableCell>
					<TableCell><Paragraph>Pete Docter</Paragraph></TableCell>
					<TableCell><Paragraph>The Incredibles</Paragraph></TableCell>
					<TableCell><Paragraph>Brad Bird</Paragraph></TableCell>

About Sean
Software developer in the Twin Cities area, passionate about .NET technologies. Equally passionate about my own personal projects related to family history and preservation of family stories and photos.

2 Responses to #249 – Creating a Table in a FlowDocument

  1. Santosh says:


    Great article!

    I am looking for a way to databind the Table in the FlowDocument with either an ObservableCollection object or a DataTable obj. Any help is greatly appreciated.


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