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Dialog box with permanent scrollable text

Posted on 2001-08-08
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I am trying to make a form with a long document in it.  I need it to be permanent, so no one can delete the text from the form. I also needs to be scrollable with a white background.  I try making a modal form with a textbox.  I made it multi-line and entered the text in the text property.  However, when it is display the user can highlight and delete the text.  Does anyone know how I can make the text permanent?
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Question by:joesmow
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Anthony Perkins earned 50 total points
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Set the Locked property for the Text box to True.
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by:surki
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Hi

Set the Lock type of that Multiline TextBox to true
Text1.Locked = True

surki

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