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Adjust Datagrid Row Height

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I'm new to datagrid and VB.Net.
Is there any way to adjust the height of datagrid textbox
row according to the height of text programmatically ?

I mean I have multiple data with varied length, some have
one rows, some have three rows and maybe seven.
How can I set the height programmaticalky?

Your advice is greatly appreciated!

Nov 20 '05 #1
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Hi,
You may want to look at the help topic at
ms-help://MS.VSCC/MS.MSDNQTR.2003APR.1033/cpref/html/frlrfsystemwindowsforms
controlclassheighttopic.htm
Hope that helps.
Thanks,
Sarika

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| I'm new to datagrid and VB.Net.
| Is there any way to adjust the height of datagrid textbox
| row according to the height of text programmatically ?
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| I mean I have multiple data with varied length, some have
| one rows, some have three rows and maybe seven.
| How can I set the height programmaticalky?
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| Your advice is greatly appreciated!
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