Assembly: PresentationFramework (in presentationframework.dll)
XML Namespace: http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation
'Declaration <TypeConverterAttribute(GetType(LengthConverter))> _ Public Property LineHeight As Double 'Usage Dim instance As Block Dim value As Double value = instance.LineHeight instance.LineHeight = value
/** @property */ public double get_LineHeight () /** @property */ public void set_LineHeight (double value)
public function get LineHeight () : double public function set LineHeight (value : double)
<object LineHeight="double"/> - or - <object LineHeight="qualifiedDouble"/> - or - <object LineHeight="Auto"/>
double String representation of a Double value equal to or greater than 0.0034 but equal to or less than 160000. An unqualified value is measured in device independent pixels. Strings need not explicitly include decimal points. qualifiedDouble A double value as described above, (excepting Auto) followed by one of the following unit specifiers: px, in, cm, pt. px (default) is device-independent units (1/96th inch per unit) in is inches; 1in==96px cm is centimeters; 1cm==(96/2.54) px pt is points; 1pt==(96/72) px Auto Causes the line height is determined automatically from the current font characteristics. Equivalent to a property value of NaN.
Property ValueA double value specifying the height of line in device independent pixels. LineHeight must be equal to or greater than 0.0034 and equal to or less than 160001. A value of NaN (equivalent to an attribute value of Auto) causes the line height is determined automatically from the current font characteristics. The default value is NaN.
Changing this value does not change the height of the associated text; rather, it changes the height of the line that contains the text. To change the size of the text, use the FontSize property.
The following example shows how to set the LineHeight attribute of a Block element.
<FlowDocument> <Paragraph TextAlignment="Left" Background="AliceBlue" FontSize="24" LineHeight="48" > One<LineBreak/> two two<LineBreak/> Three Three Three<LineBreak/> four four four four<LineBreak/> Five Five Five Five Five </Paragraph> </FlowDocument>
The following figure shows how the previous example renders.
The following example shows how to set the LineHeight property programmatically.
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