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GDI+ Rendering Text and scrolling

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Does anybody have any experience with samples to point me to.

I am developing a little list, which renders the text using GDI which all
works ok, however I then need to be able to make the form/user control scroll
the text that is off the form client area into view, which I am not sure how
to do.

I cant use Autoscroll because these are not controls it is Text, am I better
off just using say the data grid control ? and let it take care of it all ?
Apr 5 '06 #1
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If it is single dimensional list.. i.e just one columns the idea would be to
use ListBox...DataGrid for multi-column list...,

VJ

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Does anybody have any experience with samples to point me to.

I am developing a little list, which renders the text using GDI which all
works ok, however I then need to be able to make the form/user control
scroll
the text that is off the form client area into view, which I am not sure
how
to do.

I cant use Autoscroll because these are not controls it is Text, am I
better
off just using say the data grid control ? and let it take care of it all
?

Apr 5 '06 #2

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