ToolStripTextBox.CharacterCasing ToolStripTextBox.CharacterCasing ToolStripTextBox.CharacterCasing ToolStripTextBox.CharacterCasing Property

Definition

Gets or sets whether the ToolStripTextBox control modifies the case of characters as they are typed.

public:
 property System::Windows::Forms::CharacterCasing CharacterCasing { System::Windows::Forms::CharacterCasing get(); void set(System::Windows::Forms::CharacterCasing value); };
public System.Windows.Forms.CharacterCasing CharacterCasing { get; set; }
member this.CharacterCasing : System.Windows.Forms.CharacterCasing with get, set
Public Property CharacterCasing As CharacterCasing

Property Value

Examples

The following code example demonstrates the syntax for setting various ToolStripTextBox common property settings, including the CharacterCasing property .

// This code example demonstrates the syntax for setting
// various ToolStripTextBox properties.
// 
toolStripTextBox1.AcceptsReturn = true;
toolStripTextBox1.AcceptsTab = true;
toolStripTextBox1.AutoCompleteCustomSource.AddRange(new string[] {
"This is line one.",
"Second line.",
"Another line."});
toolStripTextBox1.AutoCompleteMode = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteMode.SuggestAppend;
toolStripTextBox1.AutoCompleteSource = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteSource.CustomSource;
toolStripTextBox1.BorderStyle = System.Windows.Forms.BorderStyle.FixedSingle;
toolStripTextBox1.CharacterCasing = System.Windows.Forms.CharacterCasing.Upper;
toolStripTextBox1.HideSelection = false;
toolStripTextBox1.MaxLength = 32000;
toolStripTextBox1.Name = "toolStripTextBox1";
toolStripTextBox1.ShortcutsEnabled = false;
toolStripTextBox1.Size = new System.Drawing.Size(100, 25);
toolStripTextBox1.Text = "STRING1\r\nSTRING2\r\nSTRING3\r\nSTRING4";
toolStripTextBox1.TextBoxTextAlign = System.Windows.Forms.HorizontalAlignment.Center;
' This code example demonstrates the syntax for setting
' various ToolStripTextBox properties.
' 
toolStripTextBox1.AcceptsReturn = True
toolStripTextBox1.AcceptsTab = True
toolStripTextBox1.AutoCompleteCustomSource.AddRange(New String() {"This is line one.", "Second line.", "Another line."})
toolStripTextBox1.AutoCompleteMode = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteMode.SuggestAppend
toolStripTextBox1.AutoCompleteSource = System.Windows.Forms.AutoCompleteSource.CustomSource
toolStripTextBox1.BorderStyle = System.Windows.Forms.BorderStyle.FixedSingle
toolStripTextBox1.CharacterCasing = System.Windows.Forms.CharacterCasing.Upper
toolStripTextBox1.HideSelection = False
toolStripTextBox1.MaxLength = 32000
toolStripTextBox1.Name = "toolStripTextBox1"
toolStripTextBox1.ShortcutsEnabled = False
toolStripTextBox1.Size = New System.Drawing.Size(100, 25)
toolStripTextBox1.Text = "STRING1" + ControlChars.Cr + ControlChars.Lf + "STRING2" + ControlChars.Cr + ControlChars.Lf + "STRING3" + ControlChars.Cr + ControlChars.Lf + "STRING4"
toolStripTextBox1.TextBoxTextAlign = System.Windows.Forms.HorizontalAlignment.Center

Remarks

You can use the CharacterCasing property to change the case of characters as required by your application.

Applies to