VML V-Same-Letter-Heights Attribute

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Determines whether all letters will be the same height regardless of initial case. Read/write. VgTriState.

Applies To


Tag Syntax

<v: element style="v-same-letter-heights: expression ">

Script Syntax

element .style.v-same-letter-heights="expression"



If True, the lowercase letters are stretched to the height of the uppercase letters. The default value is False.

VML Standard Attribute


All letters will be the same height, regardless of case.

   <v:line from="50 100" to="400 100">
   <v:fill on="True" color="red"/>
   <v:path textpathok="True"/>
   <v:textpath on="True" string="VML Text"
   style="v-same-letter-heights:True;font:normal normal normal 36pt Arial"/>