Function PSTextOutEx(nTop, nLeft, xValue, cPicture)
TPageScript:TextOutEx(nTop, nLeft, xValue, cPicture)
Use PSTextOutEx() to print text on your document. PSTextOut() is probably the mostly used function of PageScript 32. If both nTop and nLeft are NIL, the text is printed at the current cursor position, no matter the unit in use, based on the last call to PSTextOut(). This feature allows one to change the font size, style or face, without worrying where the text will be printed.
|nTop, nLeft||Top, left coordinates of the text, expressed in the currently set unit.|
|xValue||A value of any type supported by @SAY.. PICTURE.|
|cPicture||The picture to be used to format the value passed in xValue.|