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Calculate pixel value based on textbox.text.length

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Hi There,

I am very new to .NET and VB so this may be a really simple thing to solve but here is my issue

I have a a textbox with a value in it. I know what the length of the text in the text box is. I would then like to set the width of the text box (in px) to an appropriate calculated value based on the length. So, if the text length is 50, I would need a text box of around 300px for the text to be shown without being truncated. Is there a method or formula to calculate this value?

Many Regards,
Mervyn (newbie)
Oct 24 '07 #1
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