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Richard MacCutchan12-Mar-22 22:14
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I am not aware of any way you could do this, since there are no words that need breaking until they are displayed. You may need to consider other options, both of which require you to do all the display handling yourself:
1. Make your display a fixed width based on the font you are using and the amount of data you wish to display.
2. Rebuild the entire display whenever the Window is resized.

It may be possible to implement the above by subclassing the RichEdit control, although I have never done that in MFC.
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