Lists the modes of appointment fit in the time cell(s) by stretching it to the cell's limits.
Appointment is stretched to cell border only if the distance from the cell border to the edge of an appointment is less than half of the cell width.
An appointment is always stretched to cell borders so that it occupies the entire cell or several cells.
The appointment visible width is proportional to its duration. There is a minimal visible width (about 5 pixels). If an appointment's duration is quite small, it will never be narrower than the minimal width.
The appointment visible width is proportional to its duration. The minimal value of a dimension that represents the appointment duration is one pixel. The following picture illustrates the difference between the Disabled and Never modes for an appointment with a very small duration. The Disabled mode displays appointment as a line with a height of one pixel; however in Never mode, it looks like a small appointment with a height of several pixels, rather than a line.