Question on autosize

mortgageman

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In a different (Mr. Excel of course) post, I learned about autosize for Userform textboxes. As I understand it, autosize will auto size a single textbox, based on the content. Is there a command that will autosize a number of vertically stacked textboxes?

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mortgageman

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In a different (Mr. Excel of course) post, I learned about autosize for Userform textboxes. As I understand it, autosize will auto size a single textbox, based on the content. Is there a command that will autosize a number of vertically stacked textboxes?

Gene Klein

I guess not.

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Greetings Gene,

Do you mean to equally size them?

Mark
 

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...Is there a command that will autosize a number of vertically stacked textboxes?

Hi again,

I am afraid I am not following. If you have the several textboxes' AutoSize Property set to True, then each one will size itself as you enter text. If each textbox sizing itself is not what you are asking, could you explain what you mean?

Mark
 

mortgageman

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Hi again,

I am afraid I am not following. If you have the several textboxes' AutoSize Property set to True, then each one will size itself as you enter text. If each textbox sizing itself is not what you are asking, could you explain what you mean?

Mark

I thought I did, but no biggie. I will just hard code the heights. Thank you anyway.

Gene Klein
 

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