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CollapseDeveloper Express - RayNew Holiday Skin12/10/2007 1:49 PM
  Andrew FullerRe: New Holiday Skin12/10/2007 3:57 PM
 CollapseSteven BuchananRe: New Holiday Skin12/10/2007 4:05 PM
   Nancy DavolioRe: New Holiday Skin12/10/2007 4:07 PM
 CollapseJanet LeverlingRe: New Holiday Skin12/11/2007 12:42 PM
  CollapseMax V. Evseev (Developer Express)Re: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 6:49 AM
    Thomas HardyRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 9:25 AM
    Janet LeverlingRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 10:31 AM
   CollapseNancy DavolioRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 2:20 PM
     Thomas HardyRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 3:39 PM
    CollapseMichael SuyamaRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 7:58 PM
     CollapseNancy DavolioRe: New Holiday Skin12/12/2007 8:12 PM
       Robert KingRe: New Holiday Skin12/13/2007 12:30 PM
       Michael SuyamaRe: New Holiday Skin12/13/2007 11:32 AM
    Laura CallahanRe: New Holiday Skin12/15/2007 3:18 PM
 CollapseAnne DodsworthRe: New Holiday Skin12/13/2007 1:55 PM
   Margaret PeacockRe: New Holiday Skin12/15/2007 5:37 AM

The DevExpress ASP.NET Tree List (ASPxTreeList) allows you to use vertical and horizontal scrolling to represent more data within a smaller-sized control.

By default, the control height is determined by the number of rows displayed within a page, which is controlled by the SettingsPager.PageSize property. To reduce the height of the ASPxTreeList, display the vertical scrollbar using the Settings.VerticalScrollBarMode property, and specify the height of the scrollable area (in pixels) via the Settings.ScrollableHeight property.

The width of an ASPxTreeList depends on the number of visible columns by default. If there are too many columns within the control, you can enable horizontal scrolling by setting the Settings.HorizontalScrollBarMode property and define the width of the desired scrollable area by using the Width property.

The VerticalScrollBarMode and HorizontalScrollBarMode properties possess the following values.

  • Hidden – the scrollbar is hidden.
  • Visible – the scrollbar is visible.
  • Auto – the scrollbar is automatically shown when the size of the control content exceeds the size of the control itself.