I am doing a Windows Form Application assignment (Simple User Interface Text Editor - practically my own version of MS Notepad) for my VB.Net course... I have practically completed the project however there were certain items we had to add to one of the dropdown menus one being Word Wrap (Under the Edit drop down). I am really confused as what to do here for the WordWrapToolStripMenuItem_Click event handler?!
VB 2005. I need to display a multiline text box that does not word wrap. I have the following attributes set on the TextBox:MaxLength = 0Multiline = TrueWordWrap = FalseIt all works fine except for long lines - the textbox seems to auto wrap the text after 1024 characters (similar to what happens in Notepad with long lines). Is this a bug? Is there a way around this or another control that I could use to accomplish this?
I'm having problems with getting a rich text box control in vb.net to automatically wrap text to a new line when text is "loaded" from a text or rich text file that was created with an editor such as wordpad. Both the multiline and wordwrap properties are set to true. Also the RightMargin property is set to the width of the rich text box control minus 20.
It seems as though the word wrap function only works when I'm typing text into the rich text box. But I need it to work when I'm loading text from a file in the format of .rtf or .txt that was created with a text editor such as notepad or wordpad.
I need to find a Windows forms Text edit which can handle MS Word documents correctly.That is documents with Images, textboxes etc (.doc, .docx).I have tried Devexpress Xtrarichedit and TXText Control but when you load a MS Word Document (.doc, .docx) the document does not appear as it does in MS Word.That is Textboxes overlapping images are misaligned or have no transparent background option, so the white background of the textbox hides part ot the image.Has anybody had experience with 3rd party Document .net editors which mamage MS Word Documents correctly?
I have a string of code which builds out an answer and question as you would see on a medical form.
strDisplay &= strMyAns & Space(5) & ControlChars.Tab & MyQ & ControlChars.Tab & Environment.NewLine & Environment.NewLine Results look like attached .gif. Is there an easy way in VB to indent when the question exceeds space on a page?
Does anyone know the code for a line count with word wrap on. I can only work out code that only works without word wrap and can't find any on the internet which does work with word wrap. It's for a RichTextBoxPrint control.
I am creating a WorkSheet from code. I need my columns to word wrap and not run over (see red arrow below). Not really sure how to do it. Tried to set it for the range of columns with no luck. Here's the current output:
Here's where I try to set it: Protected Sub Button1_Click(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click Dim xlApp As Excel.Application
Im using Asp.Net and VB on Visual Studio 2010. I am using a System.Web.UI.WebControls.TextBox with the wrap property set to "true", my problem is that when it wraps a word, it moves the whole word to the next line, what i want to accomplish is for the textbox to wrap, but not move the whole word, just move to the new line when the text reaches the right side of the textbox.
Example, imagine a textbox 10 chars wide. This is what happens: 0123456789 I am a textbox
This is what I need: 0123456789 i am a tex tbox
But if I set the wrapping to false, it just will keep expanding the width of the textbox on the same line. I was thinking of setting the wrap to false, and use the onTextChanged event to check the length of the text and manually trigger the new line. is there any easier way to accomplish this?
Im using the following code to wrap html tags around text in a texbox and transfer the text to a single multiline textbox from form1 to form2.[code]My problem is that if for example textbox5 and textbox6 are empty i want the program to continue anyway.
I am using visual studio 2005.If I try to do wordwrap using Key combination (ctrl+R, ctrl+R), I get following messege:"The Key combination (ctrl+R, ctrl+R) is bound to command (&Rename...) which is not currently available.
I have two question regarding Tab control of .net(3.5). I am working on windows application. Wrap text in Tab control(title) so that it will come in two lines Round corner insted of square corner of tab control
In the GRNNo, there are around 10 character, but I would like to wrap the text after 5 character. However, although I had create a function to make it wrap, but it will display "12345..." rather than wrap the text.Anyone can teach me how to wrap the text?
I have column memo in datagridview memo column cells has some time various number of words. If I put more words in memo column it gives scroll bar at the footer I don't know how to wrap text in them cells programmatically. Just want to fix column width and wrap text vertically. does it increase height of cell as well.
All i want to do is write some text into word... some of the text is normal text the other is bold... how do I achieve this?The samples I have seen, they either do normal text or bold.. but in different lines utilising InsertParagraphAfter()I need to have both in the one lineie how do i do the following line? using vb.net and word automation (word 2010)
This time I need to import text into a excel cell from vb.net controls such as a textbox ,I want the text in the cell should display in two or three lines . For example, text from textbox was "ABCDEFG", I want that it could display in the cell like
I have been working on a small hack around with Power Point to automatically create a Text Box Shape with some preset effect in which the text is dynamically fetched from clipboard. I have quiet a bit of a problem here, the functionality works fine with the following VB script with macros.
Sub ReadFromFile() ' CLIPBOARD Dim MyData As DataObject Dim strClip As String[code].....
providing the script for wrapping the text inside the shape which has a defined width and height as in the code above?
I'm using VB.Net 2008 application program. I'm using DataGridView. I have a Print option where I need to print the DataGridView. I'm using this code for Printing and for Print Preview.
Dim MyDataGridViewPrinter As DataGridViewPrinter Private Function SetupThePrinting() As Boolean Dim MyPrintDialog As PrintDialog = New PrintDialog() MyPrintDialog.AllowCurrentPage = False MyPrintDialog.AllowPrintToFile = False [Code] ..... Attached the class I'm using for print.
I have 10 fields showing in datagridview. As the last 5 columns header is long, the datagridview is not fitting inside 1 page (not showing all 10 fields in one single page). But is there a way i can "Text Wrap" the top header column and lock in the width, then it should print across one page perfectly. How I can "Text Wrap" the top header column and lock in the width to print across one page.
Iï¿½m using VB.Net 2008 application program.Iï¿½m using DataGridView. I have a Print option where i need to print the DataGridView. Iï¿½m using this code for Printing and for Print Preview.
Code: Dim MyDataGridViewPrinter As DataGridViewPrinter Private Function SetupThePrinting() As Boolean Dim MyPrintDialog As PrintDialog = New PrintDialog()
Attached the class i'm using for print.I have 10 fields showing in datagridview. As the last 5 columns header is long, the datagridview is not fitting inside 1 page (not showing all 10 fields in one single page). But is there a way i can "Text Wrap" the top header column and lock in the width, then it should print across one page perfectly.If you know how i can "Text Wrap" the top header column and lock in the width to print across one page?
I'm fairly new to VB.NET, and I'm working on a text editor with a tabbed interface. I deal with large text files. Should I have each tab / text document open up in a new thread or a process? I basically want the entire application to always run fast as the text editor is just one part of it. If I have several large text files open I don't want the rest of the application slowing down a bit.
I'm adding a method to find and select text in my text editor. Everything worked fine, including the ability to find all instances of the text. My problem came when I tried to make it more user-friendly (doesn't it always?). Originally I had only a menu item with a shortcut( Ctrl + F) which invoked an input box.
Then I added a textbox and a button (similar to that seen in a web browser's Find() method) that calls the method in the same manner as the Find/Replace menu option and displays the desired text in the textbox. Everything works fine except that the text is not selected. I have MessageBoxes displaying the values of required variables in 3 places (marked ***FOR DEBUG ONLY***) to make sure that no values are being changed, but all variables are the same. The method still locates the text, but it is not highlighted.
I think it could have something to do with which object has focus. (When I click the button, the selected text loses focus?). But if I click everything with the menu items, it still works...
Here is the
*****code with [code] tags in the 4th post on this thread**** Public Sub FindText() 'Make sure there is text in the textbox...If txtTextbox.Text <> "" Then'Find the end of the current selection... Dim curSelectionEnd As Integer =
I can search for the word Love in an .rtf file and return every occurance of the word into a RichTextBox. It returns the word and the scripture the word is in, but it also isreturning a bunch of weird text like: archan78988yykp etc etc. How do I onlyreturn the scripture with the searchedword, in this case the searched word is love. The code I am using is as follows:
< If Line.Contains(Me.rtbSearch.Text) Then 'show search form
The following code allows words to be added to a listbox. Add the word to a text file and create a folder with the word as its name. The second part undoes the actions.If I try to delete the word immediately after adding it one of two things happen.
1.An error is reported stating the path cannot be found. Although the listbox index value is correct according to the code the error is pointing at that index +1.
2.The code continues to the point of requesting conformation to delete the folder, still pointing at the index value +1. I the action is confirmed the wrong folder is deleted.
However if I stop debugging, then run the code again all works correctly.Is it likely to persist when the application is compiled?
Imports System.IO Public Class Form1 Dim pathlist As String = "M:Visual Studio 2008ProjectsEnvironment and Conservation GlossaryEnvironment and Conservation GlossaryGlossary List.txt"
im trying to addapt my printing code so it will print my text what ever i have selected it to be in the text editor. here is the code i have at the moment
Private Sub PrintDocument1_BeginPrint(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Drawing.Printing.PrintEventArgs) Handles mypdoc.BeginPrint str = CType(Me.ActiveMdiChild, frmSplit).RTB.Text 'If this was a single text