Gets or sets the minimum size, in pixels, for shrinking the control. A control's width or hight cannot be smaller than the region covered by one character, so that at least one character remains visible.


public System.Drawing.Size MinSize { get; set; }
Public Property MinSize() As System.Drawing.Size


The following example uses the MinSize property to set the minimum size of the control to 100 pixels in height and width.

textControl1.ViewMode = TXTextControl.ViewMode.SimpleControl;
textControl1.AutoControlSize.AutoExpand = TXTextControl.AutoSizeDirection.Horizontal;
textControl1.AutoControlSize.AutoShrink = TXTextControl.AutoSizeDirection.Horizontal;
textControl1.AutoControlSize.MinSize = new System.Drawing.Size(100, 100);
TextControl1.ViewMode = TXTextControl.ViewMode.SimpleControl
TextControl1.AutoControlSize.AutoExpand = TXTextControl.AutoSizeDirection.Horizontal
TextControl1.AutoControlSize.AutoShrink = TXTextControl.AutoSizeDirection.Horizontal
TextControl1.AutoControlSize.MinSize = New System.Drawing.Size(100, 100)