I'm trying to get specific rows in a DataGridView to resize to the minimum height required to display my wrapped text. There's only field with multiple lines, and usually its in the vicinity of 1-2, but can get up to four. When I called[code] DataGridView1.AutoResizeRow(loadcol)[/codein a for-loop, it made every column enormous,enough to fit maybe 9 or 10. I don't want the user to have to resize columns to see pertinent data, nor to have to scroll and try to remember all the data as they edit
How to change the height of each row of datagridview in order for it to more taller. I use this code Me.DataGridView1.RowTemplate.Height = 100 I want it to adjust base on the content of the text.. so that each row dont have the same height and it will base only on the size of the text or content of the current row?
been trying to find examples of how to go about auto sizing the controls i have within a grid control if the users screen is larger than the default size.Currently i am unable to resize the controls when i enlarge the form. Is there any code currently that can find all controls inside the grid and resize them on the fly when the form is resized?My current code is:
Im trying to resize a picturebox dynamically using .size.height and .size.width Its not working. This is the error message: "Expression is a value and therefore cannot be the target of an assignment." Never used height and width before. Been trying to find the answer, but it seems beyond me. Im sure its easy. Anyone know whats wrong with this?
I had set a print format to print some word in a Text box, when I input the text in text box is an normal size from system,but I want it print out to printer follow the Rectangle size that is was set to print out on paper.actuary i want it can auto size the font size follow by the length of string.
Iam trying to convert all my access database into Sql Server databases and also create vb .net application for them all. First problem I encountered was there doesn't seem to be anything like a continous form(I know there is a datagridview). So i thought i would create a flowlayoutpanel. Place lots of textboxes on it and fill each of textboxes with information form my dataset. now on to the problem. one of the textboxes is the item description field. This field can have one word or many words. I have been trying to get the textbox to auto expand in height to cover the text. Below is the code I have put together to try and get this to work correctly.
vb.net Imports System.Runtime.InteropServices Public Class Form1 Private Const EM_GETLINECOUNT As Integer = &HBA
Just started trying to convert all my access database into Sql Server databases and also create vb .net application for them all. First problem I encountered was there doesn't seem to be anything like a continous form(I know there is a datagridview). So i thought i would create a flowlayoutpanel. Place lots of textboxes on it and fill each of textboxes with information form my dataset. now on to the problem. one of the textboxes is the item description field. This field can have one word or many words
I have a richtextarea with a bunch of text in it. I would like to somehow make it expand to fit all the text without showing scroll bars. I would like the width to stay standard and the height to expand. Is there a good way of doing this? I planned on looping through and adding a pixel to its height every time.. and then checking if the scroll bars are visible. There is no simple way of doing this in vb.net that I can find without using windows api specific methods.
How do I configure the rowheights so that the top and bottom rows (menu bar and status bar) size to fit the height of their content, and the middle row (main content), fills the remaining available space in the program?I can't fix the height of the top/bottom rows because the height of their content can vary.
I have a custom control that includes a DataGridView control. I would like to be able to adjust the heights of the rows on the dgv to fill the custom control on the target form whenever the custom control is resized. I am able to adjust the width of the various columns so that the dgv fills the custom control, but I have not been able to adjust the row heights in a similar way. I have tried the following code in the resize event of the custom control
for i = 0 to dgv.columns.count -1 dgv.columns(i).width = newwidth next i
This doesn't cause an error, but the code does not change the row height. The column width change works fine.
I am able to change the row height by changing the font size at custom control compile time. I have not tried to change the font size at runtime, since this would not achieve what I am trying to accomplish.
I suspect that my problem is that I have not set one or more of the autoresize flags properly, but I have tried all the combinations I can think of.
Is there a way I can get the total height of all the rows in a DGV? I want to resize a DGV so that all rows in it are visible, so that you don't have to scroll up & down. I tried multiplying the number of rows by the row height, but that doesn't account for rows that wrap text onto multiple lines. Is this possible to do?
Ok so on regular dropdownlists and comboboxes i am able to adjust the height through the properties
However, how do you set the dropdownheight of a combobox in a datagridview??? i need it to be around 150 cuz or else it will be too long and probably wont fit on most PCs... does anyone know how i can do that???
theres no option on the GUI but i was thinking maybe through code?
I have placed an dgv on the form. Then in the rowtemplate property i have set the height as 26. Then i added some columns. When i Click Close button of the "add column" window, along with the columns one default row with an height of 26 is added at design time.
But when i run the application the height of the defaut row is shown as 22, but when i add a new row its height is 26.
How do you change the row height of a datagridview in the designer.I can change the header row height or the font size but the height of each data row stays the same. Does this have to be done from within the VB code?
I have a situation where I have several listbox controls on the same asp.net page. They are currently autosized to keep data from truncating. However, I would like to be able to determine the width of the largest listbox and then alter the size of the other listboxes to be the same.
the title of this topic may sound like a simple property that I need to disable, but I am pretty sure it might be something more difficult than that. I have a borderless form and I want the size to be 280,32. The width of it is fine, but whenever I set the form to visible, it changes the height to 38 instead. I have added event handlers for ClientSizeChanged, and it changes the size to 10, and then to 38. This is only when I set the visible property to true. I have tried setting almost all the properties to their inverse to see any effect and I don't see anything happen.
I have a DataGridView that I am adding rows to programmatically.Normally, when I add the first row of data the SelectionChanged event firesBut my Grid is anchored to the top and bottom of the form and when I make the form smaller such that the height of the Grid is zero, the SelectionChanged event does not fire when adding the first rowIs this by design? It doesn't seem logical to me.