Similar to the FitTextBox function, but the angle of the box can be rotated by any angle. The text size is adjusted to ensure that all the text fits into the available space. The top-left corner of the box before it is rotated is used as the rotation point.
function TDebenuPDFLibrary1511.FitRotatedTextBox(Left, Top, Width, Height,
Angle: Double; Text: WideString; Options: Integer): Integer;
Function DebenuPDFLibrary1511.PDFLibrary::FitRotatedTextBox(Left As Double,
Top As Double, Width As Double, Height As Double, Angle As Double,
Text As String, Options As Long) As Long
int DPLFitRotatedTextBox(int InstanceID, double Left, double Top, double Width,
double Height, double Angle, wchar_t * Text, int Options)
|Left||The horizontal co-ordinate of the top-left corner of the box before it is rotated|
|Top||The vertical co-ordinate of the top-left corner of the box before it is rotated|
|Width||The width of the box before it is rotated|
|Height||The height of the box before it is rotated|
|Angle||The angle in degrees that the box should be rotated by. A positive angle rotates the box in an anti-clockwise direction, a negative angle rotated the box in a clockwise direction.|
|Text||The text that will be fitted into the box|
0 = Centered
1 = Top
2 = Bottom
If 100 is added to these values long words will not be split up, the font size will be reduced until the longest word fits into the available width.
If 1000 is addd to these values the font size will be allowed to increase until the text fills the available area.
|0||The Options parameter was out of range|
|1||The rotated text box was drawn successfully|