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My text controls are not able to be re-sized

Posted on 2007-08-10
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For some reason, when I add new text boxeso my form, they can not be resized vertically.  I can only make them wider or narrower.  But I can not make them taller.  This is true for text boxes and other controls, like check boxes and labels.

Does anyone have an idea why?

It's not only puzzling, but will frce me to do some strange things with my form unless  solve this problem

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newbieweb
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try the setting multiline property to true
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