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C# ScrollBar and Label

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Hi,

In my C# windows form, I have a Label which has many words in it.
So I'm thinking using the ScrollBar so I can scroll up and down to see the
whole words.
Would someone tell me how?
Thanks for help.
Jason
Jan 30 '07 #1
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Use a multi-line textbox instead of a label or create your own read-only
control based on scrollablecontrol.

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Jason Huang wrote:
Hi,

In my C# windows form, I have a Label which has many words in it.
So I'm thinking using the ScrollBar so I can scroll up and down to see the
whole words.
Would someone tell me how?
Thanks for help.
Jason

Jan 30 '07 #2

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