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TextTrue Property (FpCheckBox)
Example

 FarPoint.Win Assembly > FarPoint.Win Namespace > FpCheckBox Class : TextTrue Property
Gets or sets the text displayed when the state of the check box control is true.
Syntax
```'Declaration

Public Overridable Property TextTrue As String```
```'Usage

Dim instance As FpCheckBox
Dim value As String

instance.TextTrue = value

value = instance.TextTrue```
`public virtual string TextTrue {get; set;}`

Property Value

String with the text for the true state
Remarks

Set this property to specify the text for the true state. Set the TextIndeterminate and TextFalse properties to specify the text for the indeterminate and false states.

If you do not want to provide text for each check box state, set the Caption property instead.

If you set text for the different states, that text overrides the setting for the Caption property when the control is in that state. For example, if you set text for the TextTrue property, but not the TextIndeterminate or TextFalse properties, when the check box is true, the text displayed is the TextTrue property text. When the check box is false or indeterminate, the text is the Caption text.

To specify pictures for the check box states, set the Picture property. Specify the alignment of the text and the check box picture by setting the TextAlign property. Specify the alignment of the contents (text and check box picture) by setting the PictureAlignH and PictureAlignV properties.

Set the ThreeState property to specify whether the check box has two or three states.

Example
```control.ThreeState = true;
control.Checked = false;
control.Picture[1] = Image.FromFile("..\\check1.bmp");
```
```control.ThreeState = True
control.Checked = False
control.Picture(1) = Image.FromFile("..\check1.bmp")
```