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Posted on 2014-04-23
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I have attached a picture of a combo box. I would like to see more of the 2nd column of the box. Is there way to expand the view of just the 2nd column? I attached a picture.
Pic-of-Combo-Box.pdf
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In the properties of the combo box, in the format tab (the first tab) you can specify the size you want, each column is separated by a semi-colon. ie: 1cm;2.5cm
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I tried that in the column width and it didn't do anything. It did convert it to inches. Still looks the same.
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Make sure that the ListWidth property (on the format tab) is wide enough to accommodate the width you set for the ColumnWidth.
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by:Rey Obrero
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adjust the property List Width (maybe it is set to auto)
try 3.5 or any other value
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