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ProgressBar chopped off?

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :JQuery

Wondering if anyone can help me regarding the progress bar being chopped off.



The first part shows a progress bar once it was dragged and dropped from the toolbox(VS 2010) and then a different control was selected.

The second shows how it looks when it was just dragged and dropped (still has the focus).

My problem is that it gets chopped off - I even tried to run the project just to find its chopped up even when it was running. I tried to the alignments, margins, height and weight - but it still doesnt work.


Thank you.

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