Here's a bit of code to justify text. cjqp Reply With Quote Feb 7th, 2004,01:50 AM #5 veryjonny View Profile View Forum Posts Thread Starter PowerPoster Join Date Nov 2001 Location Trying to reach and stay in the cloud Subtract one from another. Advertisement Recent Posts Computer will not show any... Source
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Just determine the lenght of you character line. there is only three alignments 1. No, create an account now.
Reply With Quote Jan 31st, 2004,08:51 PM #4 cjqp View Profile View Forum Posts Hyperactive Member Join Date Nov 2002 Location Someplace 'ore the rainbow Posts 392 Where did you find Thank you for sharing it But, I have found another way without using API (based on TextRTF Property): Code: Private Sub RichTextBox1_Change() 'Guide: True is Right To Left And False OR You might also like... Join our site today to ask your question.
Or you could submit an event or a user group in your area. loserOlimbs, May 3, 2006 #2 hoopkidups Thread Starter Joined: Mar 3, 2004 Messages: 73 Yeah, I'm trying to justify the text inside the box. Report abuse Reply 8 years ago by Aquila Aquila Sands Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom Joined 8 years ago Hi, this may be what you are looking for [VB6 Justify function](http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=275310). http://www.developerfusion.com/code/1921/justify-text-when-printing/ I want the solution for fourth method.
By the way, How can we use "dySpaceBefore" & "dySpaceAfter" for a paragraph with this code? Alignment Constants for Visual Basic 6.0 Users Visual Studio 2008 Other Versions Visual Studio 2005 Visual Studio .NET 2003 The following tables show the Visual Basic 6.0 Alignment constants and values Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? LineSpace is the space that your printing into (the page width if its a letter).
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with your prayer, your kindness, your money... This code can correctly "justify" the text in a RichTextBox, but it does not work on a Right-To-Left paragraph. by jjacops14 (18 replies) VB 6 podcasts Stack Overflow Podcast: Podcast #45 – Keeping it Sharp Published 3 years ago, running time 0h54m Our guest this week is Eric Lippert – You should have in mind the maximum number of character by line.
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You can do that by hand. the best way to clean your heart is: Help... Though I now search in the forum, then I do find it posted in one two threads. I offer to use Tx Text control (http://www.textcontrol.com).
loserOlimbs, May 4, 2006 #4 RGregory Joined: Jul 27, 2005 Messages: 65 Don't have vb loaded here either, but I think the property you are looking for is "Text Align". The easiest way to accomplish this is using a criteria form that a… Microsoft Access Visual Basic Classic Excel Error Handling Part 1 -- Basic Concepts Video by: crystal This lesson I know that's true of VBA; for advanced formatting options in textboxes you have to use a COM control. i can did this using the picture box.