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Can anyone help? I have written a small program, that uses a RichEdit component, that runs fine on my machine, in Win95. However when run under NT3.51 the text still only displays within the original area whenever the screen resizes. The RichText area does resize within the window, as it is aligned to 'client', but the text still only displays in the original area.

Does anyone know how to get round this, by either another component, that works with richtext files or better still, by some code ?

I am running Delphi 2
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TRichEdit is based on a common control in Win9x/NT and NT 3.51 has an a older version of RICHED32.DLL than NT4/Win95. Copy a newer version from a NT 4 machine to your NT 3.51 machine and you will be up and running...
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Sorry for the delay - had to get our it security to agree to the newer version of the dll

And it worked a treat, many thanks and a merry xmas
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