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Default multiline lable

i want lock movable property at run time of application (vb2005)
and multiline lable when i set lable text by another application
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If "lock movable property at run time" refers to not allowing a user to reposition your form(s) then here is one option:

At some point during your application, assign the form's "Location" properties to a "system.drawing.point" variable. Then, in the form_move event code simply assign the form's location back to the "point" variable.

Regarding your issue with a "multi-line label" I am unsure what you are asking.

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Earl Francis

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