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Can I display the tooltiptext in multilines?

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I have some infomations want to show in tooltiptext, but it's too much to show in one line, can I display the tooltiptext in multilines? How can i do?


I think it's not a easy question, but i only have 50 points now.
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ftp://ftp.elementkjournals.com/ivb/200105.ZIP
this will show you how to create a mulit-line tool tip using the CreateWindow API function call. The file is called ToolTip.zip
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hey if that link doesnt work the first time go to this page
ftp.elementkjournals.com, then click the ivb folder then 200105.zip. You should be able to access the files anoynomously.
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I've downloaded the Sample file, and it's nice! much thanks for your help!
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