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Multi line text on .net webform button.

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Using Visual Studio .net, how do I get multi line text to show on webform button?  I need to use the web form button instead of the html one. I have several buttons for the user to pick from and the text for most buttons cannot be easily pared into a single line.
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DavidIT earned 50 total points
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Hello,

I would use an "Image Button" with the multi-line text written in a bitmap or jpg..
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