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Old June 23rd, 2006, 10:03 AM
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Default How to wrap text in a winform Datagrid (vb.net)

Hi all:

I have a windows form that is using a datagrid to display query results from a table on a database. One of the fields can be a incredibly long string of text, or not. Is there a way to wrap the text in the datagrid column such that the row height can expand to show the wrapped text in the datagrid if the string is wider than the column?

Thanks in advance!


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Did you ever get a response to this question, or have you figured it out? I'm trying to figure this out too! Thanks.

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