C# limited numbers of characters to display in text box

Posted on 2011-05-03
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Last Modified: 2013-12-16
i have a large amount of data may be 4-5 pages worth that i want to display in a text box but it gets cut off after so many characters.
what is the better way to display the data instaed of a text box in access it woudl be a memo field
Question by:sydneyguy
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You can set the multiline property of a textbox and resize it over several lines ...

You can also use a richtextbox

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already set to multi line but cannot find richtextbox

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found it
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Is it a windows or webbased-app ?

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windows but got it going thanks for your help

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