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ASP.NET(VB) - No vertical scroll in multiline textbox

Posted on 2006-11-06
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Is there a way to have a multiline text box without the vertical scrollbar?
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Question by:Mike Miller
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In which browser - borwsers render it differently.

You can use cascading stylesheets on that text box to control the display:

style="overflow: hidden;"
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It should be possible to set a style atribute to remove it...

myTextBox.Style.Add("overflow", "hidden") or what ever effect you want.
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Sorry mrichmon crossed posts wioth you.

My suggestion is that same as mrichmon exept I do it in the code behind rather than declaratively.
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No problem :o)
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