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ggc vertical text alignment ?

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57059 Feb 25,2007 10:51 AM UTC Feb 26,2007 11:54 PM UTC WinForms 1
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Ryan Hardoon
Asked On February 25, 2007 10:51 AM UTC

Hi everybody,


It appears that when the column caption contains more than 1 word, the text is aligned to the middle.

I found something about "GridVerticalAlignment", but I couldn't find the appropriate property in the designer grid.

Is it possible to align the column-header text to Top ?


Thanks in advance.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 26, 2007 11:54 PM UTC

Hi Ryan,

To change vertical alignment of the Column Header Text during the design time, please follow the steps below:

1) Right click on GridGrouping Control.
2) In the grid's property window, click over the verb "Preview and Edit" available at the middle. The GridGroupingConrol Designer dialog box will be opened.
3) Then click over the "Look and Feel" node at the middle of the property window, in the GridGroupingConrol Designer dialog box.
4) Change VerticalAllignment of the column header by using the Appeareance--->ColumnHeaderCell--->VerticalAllignment node.

Or

To change vertical alignment of the column header text when binding through designer mode, please find Appearance.ColumnHeaderCell in the properties window and set the VerticalAllignment to Top


Best Regards,
S.Shyam.

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