VB.NET LIne Height has no effect?

Trying to print a form using microsoft reporting textbox. We're using 12pt Courier New Font and we're attempting to set the Line Height to 10pt. For a 66 line page.

Making any changes to textbox line height has no effect on the output.

Could this be a bug? or is there something we need to do first to activate it?
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Did you try setting the Height parameter under the Size property?


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>setting the Height parameter under the size property
I am just being curious. Size of what?
Greetings CodeCruiser,

On a reporting project, a reporting TextBox has a "LineHeight" and an expandable "Size" property in the Property pane.  The LineHeight has no effect on the height of the textbox for some reason.  However, if you change the "Height" value under the "Size" property, it works.




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