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05 Jun 2011 11:24 AM
    In the Call Log demo at:

    http://lightswitchhelpwebsite.com/D...llLog.aspx




    You can enter a long string.



    LightSwitch will automatically display ellipses (...) if it cannot display the full string.



    If you widen the screen...



    It will automatically display as much as it can.
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