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Applies to  ?

Examples

View live exampleThis example dynamically sets the wrap property of a textArea to the value selected by the user.

<SCRIPT>
function ChangeWrap(oSelect, oTA)
{
    cValue = oSelect.options(oSelect.selectedIndex).value;
    oTA.wrap = cValue;
}
</SCRIPT>
...
<SELECT ID=cboWrap onchange="ChangeWrap(this, txt1)">
<OPTION VALUE=soft>soft
<OPTION VALUE=hard>hard
<OPTION VALUE=off>off
</SELECT>
<P>
<TEXTAREA ID=txt1 STYLE="height:200;width:200"></TEXTAREA>

Notes

Remarks

To detect the difference between soft and hard you must submit the content within the textArea to an HTTP server.

Syntax

See also

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Related pages (MSDN)

  • textArea

Attribution

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Portions of this content come from the Microsoft Developer Network: [Windows Internet Explorer API reference Article]