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There are 2 examples.
The first one is a multiple lined textbox that grows with larger amount of content.
The second one is a multiple line text box that has fixed size but will change the font size to accommodate the amount of text.
Thank you, the second scenario contained the detail is was looking for...
I am interested in the second option, however when I click on the link, my browser says that the page is not available. Help!
I am also interested in the second option, however when I click on the link, my browser says that the page is not available. Help!
Just open the font palette using Shift-F4 and set the font size to zero.
The text will then shrink as the box fills.
Adding to T Maclean's solution:
Check if "Values" is selected by right clicking on the > button, and selecting Values.
Another way to do this is by changing the size in the XML editor to "0."
However, if the user enters too much text, the font size will become extremely small and impossible to read. I'm trying to figure out the solution to limit the minimum font size. Does anyone have any answers to this problem?
Solution to limit the shrinking font size.................
Use font 0 (zero) and use Object, field tab, Max Char. XXXX (enter qty). Then try maxing out the field. Adjust the number of Char to limit the shrinking font size. Real easy.