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I would like to have more than one line of text on a button.
I simply want more height and less width on my buttons,
but I can't figure out how to make the button text wrap down to the second line. EX:

I want :

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|    Button   |
|        #1     |
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not:
---------------------------
|    Button  #1     |
---------------------------

Thanks.
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Question by:salamander
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Use BS_MULTILINE.
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by:salamander
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What about centering the text?
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by:md041797
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There is no way to center justify the text, but if you use BS_CENTER style and put '\n' characters in the caption wherever you want to break the line, you will get a centered block on the button that is left justified.
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