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TextBox.Vertical Property (Access)

You can use the Vertical property to set a form control for vertical display and editing or set a report control for vertical display and printing. Read/write Boolean.

expression .Vertical

expression A variable that represents a TextBox object.

The Vertical property uses the following settings:

Setting

Visual Basic

Description

Yes

True

Displays, edits, and prints vertical text.

No

False

(Default) Does not display, edit, or print vertical text.

You can specify how vertical text will be displayed, edited, or printed in the control by setting the Vertical property. If set to Yes, the starting point for inputting text is the upper right corner of the control (the ending point is the lower left corner of the control). If using full pitch characters, the display and print directions are the same as the control for horizontal text. If using half pitch characters, it shifts 90 degrees to the right. The cursor is also rotated 90 degrees to the right in a vertical text control.

Note Note

Text selection using key combinations is different for vertical text control and horizontal text control. Key combinations and their effect on range selection are described below.

Key combination

Selected range

Shift+Up

Vertical: One character before the cursor.
Horizontal: One line before the cursor.

Shift+Down

Vertical: One character after the cursor.
Horizontal: One line after the cursor.

Shift+Right

Vertical: One line after the cursor.
Horizontal: One character before the cursor.

Shift+Left

Vertical: One line before the cursor.
Horizontal: One character after the cursor.

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