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How to hide the scrollbars in repeater control in ASP.Net?

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How can I hide top or bottom scrollbars  in repeater control in ASP.Net?
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by:DJFuller
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what are you repeating?
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by:reach_prgmmer
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I am using the repeater control to display data from the dataset.
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OK the repeater control itself doesn't have scrollbars, its the data withing the repeater that does. can you check/change the formatting of your data to see how it's being displayed?
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by:reach_prgmmer
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I am setting in the style for the repeater tho diplay scroollbars. But them to be visible only when it is required. Right now they can be visible in disabled mode when no data in the repeater. In such case I want the scrollbars to hide. How can I do this?
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if you set ScrollBars="Auto" should do this. You can certainly do that on Panel controls
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