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DataGridView row height with wrapped text

DataGridView row height with wrapped text

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Does anyone know how to determine the actual height of a row, at run time, in a DataGridView when text in one of the cells has caused a wrap?

I know that my grid has some rows with a wrapped text. Yet when I execute this: .Rows.Height it returns 20. That might be the programmed height, but it certainly isn't the actual height if there is wrapped text in one of the cells.

Thanks in advance,
Jerry

Jerry Scannell

RE: DataGridView row height with wrapped text

What happens when you play with / change AutoSizeRowsMode property?

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RE: DataGridView row height with wrapped text

(OP)
The row is autosizing correctly. That isn't the problem. I'm trying to resize the height of the grid based on the total of each row's height. The problem is that every row's height is 20 even if there is a cell with 2-3 lines of wrapped text.

Jerry

Jerry Scannell

RE: DataGridView row height with wrapped text

Are you trying to resize the height of the entire DataGridView control depending on the number and height of the rows? In other words, eliminate vertical scrollbars?

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---- Andy

A bus station is where a bus stops. A train station is where a train stops. On my desk, I have a work station.

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