VB Listbox and Tooltip multiline?

this is actualy 2 questions, but they are the same topic and I think is easy to solve(just donno the method)

ok, here we go:

1) How do i make a Listbox' item multiline?

2) How do i make a multiline tooltip? what do i type in to get a newline?

thanks in advanced
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Neither of these are easy to solve.  Neither the standard listbox nor the standard tooltip allow this to happen.

http://www.vb-helper.com/howto_multi_line_tooltip.html  --Multiline Tooltip
As for a multi-line list box, you are going to have to probably make your own.  You can make controls with a method such as:


Again however, this is not easy at all.  Any chance you can find another solution to the problem?
sakuya_suAuthor Commented:
wow, harder than I thought.

you just convinced me that it does not worth my time to make such things happen, since this program is not aimed to be of any major use.

but if no one else post any comments in the next few days I'll accept your answer
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Sorry about the complications with such a project, it's just that such a project is a project in itself.
For the tool tip you can use the baloon, like this one:

and there is more......

Have fun
.........and more........

for multi line tool tipe:

for multi line listbox:

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sakuya_suAuthor Commented:
thanks! its what I wanted exactly
Glad to help...
Have fun & good luck!
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