displays as a pane containing expr.


makes the pane be w printer's points wide, linewrapping the contents if necessary.


makes the pane be w points wide and h points high, shrinking the contents if necessary.

Details and Options


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Basic Examples  (1)

Wrap at a 200-point width:

Scope  (4)

Specify a width, accepting the default height:

Specify an exact width and height, adding space if necessary:

Specify an exact width and height. clipping if necessary:

Use UpTo to set the maximum dimension while allowing for smaller values:

Options  (15)

Alignment  (1)

Specify both vertical and horizontal alignment:

AppearanceElements  (2)

Specify resizable Pane by using AppearanceElements->{"ResizeArea"}:

Create resizable graphics using ImageSize->Full:

By default, Pane is resizable if Scrollbars->True:

Use AppearanceElements->None to disable resizing:

BaselinePosition  (1)

Align with surrounding text:

ImageMargins  (1)

Add margins evenly around the pane:

Specify different margins on each side:

ImageSize  (3)

ImageSize and the second argument have the same effect:

Specify the overall size of the pane:

Specify a maximum width and use the natural height of the contents:

ImageSizeAction  (3)

The default for ImageSizeAction is "Clip":

Use "ShrinkToFit" to fit all data in the pane:

Use "Scrollable" to allow scrolling on mouse drag:

Scrollbars  (3)

Create Pane with automatic scrollbars:

Create Pane with only vertical or horizontal scrollbar:

Disable resizing of Pane contents while allowing scrollbars:

ScrollPosition  (1)

Specify the initial position of the scrollbars (in pixels):

Applications  (1)

Force fixed width lines in a SlideView:

Properties & Relations  (1)

A Pane is treated as an unbroken rectangular region for purposes of line breaking:

Wolfram Research (2007), Pane, Wolfram Language function, (updated 2019).


Wolfram Research (2007), Pane, Wolfram Language function, (updated 2019).


@misc{reference.wolfram_2020_pane, author="Wolfram Research", title="{Pane}", year="2019", howpublished="\url{}", note=[Accessed: 18-January-2021 ]}


@online{reference.wolfram_2020_pane, organization={Wolfram Research}, title={Pane}, year={2019}, url={}, note=[Accessed: 18-January-2021 ]}


Wolfram Language. 2007. "Pane." Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center. Wolfram Research. Last Modified 2019.


Wolfram Language. (2007). Pane. Wolfram Language & System Documentation Center. Retrieved from