TextWrapping TextWrapping TextWrapping TextWrapping Enum
Specifies whether text wraps when it reaches the edge of its container.
public : enum class TextWrapping
public enum TextWrapping
Public Enum TextWrapping
Windows 10 (introduced v10.0.10240.0)
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced v1)
TextBox and RichEditBox don't support the WrapWholeWords value for their TextWrapping properties. If you try to use WrapWholeWords as a value for TextBox.TextWrapping or RichEditBox.TextWrapping an invalid argument exception is thrown.
|NoWrap NoWrap NoWrap NoWrap||
No line wrapping is performed.
|Wrap Wrap Wrap Wrap||
Line breaking occurs if a line of text overflows beyond the available width of its container. Line breaking occurs even if the text logic can't determine any line break opportunity. For example, if a very long word is constrained in a fixed-width container that can't scroll, it will wrap at a point that might be in the middle of a word.
|WrapWholeWords WrapWholeWords WrapWholeWords WrapWholeWords||
Introduced in . Line-breaking occurs if the line overflows beyond the available block width. A line may overflow beyond the block width if the text logic can't determine a line break opportunity. For example, if a very long word is constrained in a fixed-width container that can't scroll, it will overflow the long word and continue the text after the long word on the next line. Not supported by all controls; see Remarks.