Alignable Property
Collapse the table of content
Expand the table of content

Visual Basic Reference

Visual Studio 6.0

Alignable Property

See Also    Example    Applies To

Returns or sets a value determining if a control is alignable, and can use the extender Align property. The Alignable property is read/write at the controls authoring time, and not available at run time.


The settings for Alignable are:

Setting Description
True The control is alignable; the container will add the Align property to the extender object.
False (Default) The control is not alignable.


The alignment of the control itself will be handled by the container; the author of the control can use the Align extender property to decide how to redraw the control and arrange the constituent controls in response to an alignment.

Note   Not all containers support alignable controls. Error trapping should be used if you access the Align extender property to determine how your control has been aligned.

© 2016 Microsoft