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I'm trying to vertically scroll a RichEdit one line at a time so I need to know the currently displayed font size. thanks
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     SendMessage(RichEdit1.Handle, WM_VSCROLL, SB_LINEDOWN, 0);
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    by:sally_m
    ok but this assumes the height of the richedit is a multiple of its displayed font size. if I have a resizable richedit and I scroll down past the last item, when scrolling up using SB_LINEUP, lines are partially displayed at the top. how can I work around this?
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    by:Ivanov_G
    Well, you can also use abs(RichEdit1.Font.Height) and RichEdit1.ScrollBy method
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