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DropDownList control The DropDownList control allows users to select an item from a set of predefined items each item is a separate object with its own properties, such as Text, Value, and Selected. You can add these predefined items to a DropDownList control by using its Items property. Unlike the ListBox control, you can select only one item at a time, and the list of items remains hidden until a user clicks the drop-down button. You can add list items to the DropDownList control in the same way you add items to the CheckBoxList, RadioButtonList, and ListBox controls. You can access the index of the selected item by using the SelectedIndex property and access the selected item in the list by using the SelectedItem property of the control. Table 3-7 describes some of the properties of the DropDownList control. Table 3-7: Properties of the DropDownList control Property Items Description Represents the
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Table 3-7: Properties of the DropDownList control Property Description collection of items in the DropDownLi st control. Each item has three properties associated with it: Text, Value, and Selected. Width Represents the width of a DropDownLi st control and takes value in pixels. Represents the vertical size of the DropDownLi st control and takes value in pixels.
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Table 3-9: Properties of the TableCell object Property Description of columns that the cell spans. By default, this property is set to 0. RowSpan Represents the number of rows that the cell spans. By default, this property is set to 0. Represents the vertical alignment, such as top and bottom of the cell. Represents the horizontal alignment, such as left and right of the cell.
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