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Frame Word Wrap

Posted on 1998-01-22
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My caption for a frame is way too long so it is cut off and only half of it appears.  How do I word wrap a frame so that won't happen.

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cymbolic earned 10 total points
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Interesting concept...mostly never thought of because the frame control doesn't support multiline captions, so most developers just accept that limitation.  So..you either make the frame bigger or shorten the caption...those are the choices.  Although, you might change the font and fontsize properties to shrink the text down small enough to fit, that's another option.  
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