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IntegralHeight Property

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
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Indicates whether a ListBox or TextBox displays full lines of text in a list or partial lines. Syntaxobject. IntegralHeight [= Boolean ] The IntegralHeight property syntax has these parts:

PartDescription
objectRequired. A valid object.
BooleanOptional. Whether the list displays partial lines of text.

Settings The settings for Boolean are:

ValueDescription
TrueThe list resizes itself to display only complete items (default).
FalseThe list does not resize itself even if the item is too tall to display completely.

Remarks The IntegralHeight property relates to the height of the list, just as the AutoSize property relates to the width of the list. If IntegralHeight is True, the list box automatically resizes when necessary to show full rows. If False, the list remains a fixed size; if items are taller than the available space in the list, the entire item is not shown.

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