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Old March 23rd, 2004, 12:43 PM
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Default Aligning Text in a Listview Control?

Maybe I am just plain ignorant but I thought there was a way to justify the text in a listview control column?

It appears that the alignment property only effects the text in the column header. What good is that?

Can anyone correct me if I am wrong?

Any help will be appreciated. I don't recall running into this issue in the past?

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No the Alignment property not only affects the text in column header, it also affects the text in the columns in a ListView.

Just try it out.


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