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You could then calculate how big you wanted the text field to be. Suppose we have text as "Print this whole sentence in horizontal line".

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To accomodate a large string we have to make the text box large enough so that data does not get truncated but when the datais small, it takes up entire text box area and creates blank spaces around.

Please let me know what am I missing, as there should be a way around it given such a common i do it somehow horizontal?

Most of the data in the source database, which is related to hierarchies in the data warehouse are in columns as shown below: But traditionally the model to store dimension data according to my knowledge is as: I could pivot the data and fit them in the model shown above. Adding a column will require configuration from our side, ya?

But the issue comes when a user introduces a new hierarchy value. That is we will simply need to convince the customer about our involvement.

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The image below was literally one of maybe two images shot with the Nikon 85 1.8mm lens.

If we print it comes like --------------- print this whole sentence in horizontal line ----------------------- But we have to print in single line like ------------------------------------------------------- print this whole sentence in horizontal line ---------------------------------------------------------- The whole idea what we are looking for is, depends upon the maximum length of text (dyamic), the text box width should increase at max.

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The overall conclusion of my test was that the extensions really didn't produce anything worthwhile, but I figured I'd post my favorite image from the test session which happened to be taken with the 85mm lens.

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