ASP.NET TreeView - Width, Height and Scrollbars

You can use these properties:
.Width
.Height
.Width_ScrollWider

In most cases you don't need to set these properties.
Tree will expand up to outer container.
Scrollbars will be added automatically if tree doesn't fit into the outer container.

You can also set tree size with properties Width and Height.
Scrollbars will be also added automatically when the tree grows larger.

Width and Height can have values in pixels or percents.
For example "300px" or "100%".

E-Mail Accounts
MyAccount
Inbox
This is example of a very long text to make a scrollbar appears if necessary
Drafts
Outlook
Calendar
Notes
    oTree.Height = "150px";
    oTree.Width = "200px";
                    


E-Mail Accounts
MyAccount
Inbox
This is example of a very long text to make it wrap with line breaks
Drafts
Outlook
Calendar
Notes
    oTree.Height = "100%";
    oTree.Width = "150px";
                    
E-Mail Accounts
MyAccount
Inbox
This is example of a very long text to make a scrollbar appears if necessary
Drafts
Outlook
Calendar
Notes

    oTree.Height = "160px";
    oTree.Width = "150px";
                    

Use tags "<nobr>node text here</nobr>"
to prevent text wrap in node.
Scrollbar is added automatically.

E-Mail Accounts
MyAccount
Inbox
This is example of a very long text to make a scrollbar appears if necessary
Drafts
Outlook
Calendar
Notes
Example of Width_ScrollWider
Note that Width_ScrollWider must be greater than Width:
    oTree.Height = "160px";
    oTree.Width = "250px";
    oTree.Width_ScrollWider = "500px";
                    

E-Mail Accounts
MyAccount
Inbox
This is example of a very long text to make a scrollbar appears if necessary
Drafts
Outlook
Calendar
Notes
Changing Width_ScrollWider will change internal size of the tree
and the scrollbar size:
    oTree.Height = "160px";
    oTree.Width = "250px";
    oTree.Width_ScrollWider = "300px";
                    
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