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    Posted: 17 March 2008 at 2:57pm
If you use LockRedraw and then change the HelpHeight property, the splitter & help height position change, but the properties grid height stays the same (meaning you can see all of the Help text, or resize it manually). For example:


Private Sub Form_Load()
   With Me.PropertyGrid1
      .LockRedraw = True
     
      .HelpHeight = .HelpHeight * 2
  
      .LockRedraw = False
   End With
End Sub


Also, there are no members for the PropertyGridUpdateContext enumeration as used by the EndUpdate mehtod.
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Hi,
 
You are right !!! The same "bug" when setting the Verbs height. Normally you would not use the property like this but it could be...
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Hi Aaron,

The bug still seems to be there in v12, so I posted it in the beta comments thread (including a mention of VerbsHeight). Thanks for verifying the bug.

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