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multiline in flexgrid

Posted on 2008-06-13
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In a MSFlexGrid control to display a multiline text is not possible? Even if I adjust the RowHeight and CellWidth property, the line breaks are not happening in MSFlexGrid.

Is it possible through anyother method?
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by:jpaulino
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Have you tried to add a break in the code, like:

"Line1" & vbCrLf & "Line2"
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it is coming like Line1 (2 square symbols in the same line) Line2 (that too also in the same line
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Sorry for the delay!

Have you the WordWrap  property to true ?

Me.MSFlexGrid1.WordWrap = True
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by:siva_gk
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yeah that was the problem. i changed that and it was working !!!
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Ok,

Glad I could help!
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