Powershell Get-Winevent with Out-Gridview

Using powershell to get Windows events with out-gridview.  How can I get the fill message in the message column?  It seems to stop at the first blank line.

Get-WinEvent -FilterHashTable @{LogName="ForwardedEvents"; ID=4624} | out-Gridview

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This produces the attached screenshot.  The full message is not shown.
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Jose Gabriel Ortega CEE Solution Guide - CEO Faru Bonon ITCommented:
Get-WinEvent -LogName ForwardedEvents | Out-Gridview

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footechCommented:
It's not a blank line that it has a problem with, just results that include more than 9 lines.  I've seen some suggestions of modifying the troublesome property contents to strip out newline characters.  For example:
Get-WinEvent -FilterHashTable @{LogName="ForwardedEvents"; ID=4624} | Select TimeCreated,Id,LevelDisplayName,@{n="Message";e={$_.Message -replace "\n"}} | Out-GridView

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This will work for your specific scenario, but frankly I don't see this as a scalable solution, when you might have various properties with contents that the parser for Out-GridView may truncate.  So in other scenarios like that I would recommend you find a workflow that doesn't rely on Out-GridView.
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