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Multiple text boxes in a report.

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I have three text boxes that are horizantally next to each other. I would like to create the look of a table on the report. The borders of all three text boxes will be visible in the report. What I need to do is ensure that if one of the boxes grows vertically, all three become the same height. That way the section keeps the "table" look to it. Can anyone help?
Jan 9 '08 #1
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In design mode under the Arrange tab you could set the Anchor property to to Stretch Down.

Select your 3 text boxes first then the Arrange tab and then choose Stretch Down.

That is supposed to resize all boxes together when one gets stretched. I haven't tried it but let us know if it works.
Jan 9 '08 #2

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Solved the problem on my own. I compared all three with an equation in the format for the report and got them to equal.

a = Me.AdversaryDesc.Height

Me.Adversary.Height = a

Thanks for responding.
Jan 9 '08 #3

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