Multiline Label control in

I have a Datagrid that I use for data entry in an application. In edit mode , the datagrid columns have textboxes that the users use to enter the data. Some of the columns might have data on multiple lines. When the user accepts (clicks on Save in the datagrid row) , the information in the datagrid is dsiplayed in the Label controls. But the data on multiple lines in the textboxes is displayed in one line in the datagrid.
How do I make it appear on multiuple lines in a label control also??

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myLabel.Text = sometext.Replace(vbCrLf, "<br/>")
TetraSAAuthor Commented:
But how can I do this while rendering a datagrid?. Coz, the label is in a datagrid and the datagrid is connected to a dataset source.

how does your column look in the datagrid?, you will need to add this code in ItemDataBound
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TetraSAAuthor Commented:
It has a template colum which has a label control "lblProDesc". The field name of the dataset is "sProdDesc".
What statement will I have in the ItemDataBound event??

It will look something like this, in ItemDataBound

If e.Item.ItemType <> ListItemType.Header and e.item.ItemType <> ListITemType.Footer Then
  Dim lblProDesc as Label = e.Item.FindControl("lblProDesc")
  lblProDesc.Text = cstr(DataBinder.Eval(e.item.DataItem, "sProdDesc")).Replace(vbCrLf, "<br/")
End If

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TetraSAAuthor Commented:
Thansk a lot. Worked perfectly.
David RobitailleAnalyst ProgrammerCommented:
you could also bind it directly in the datagrid :
replace '<%# Bind("sProdDesc") %>'
'<%# DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "sProdDesc").toString.Replace(vbCrLf, "<br/>") %>'
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