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expanding label

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I have a label at the bottom of a form that I want to be
able to increase the *height* of when text is passed in
that will wrap to a new row(s).

What I need to know is the best way to figure out how many
rows the label should be expanded to fit the text. There
does not seem to be a way to have the label do this
vertical expansion automatically, as it was possible in
VB6 using the autosize and wordwrap properties. Autosize
seems to only resize the label width... I dont see a way
to only increase it's height. Is there an automated way
to figure out the amount of rows, or am I going to have to
parse the string and manually figure it out?

thanks for the info...
Nov 21 '05 #1
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