Right Aligning Text in a CListView

I can Right Align Text in a CListCtrl but when I try to do it in the CListView only the headers get Right Aligned.  All the data is still left Aligned.
MooreJAsked:
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RONSLOWCommented:
Eh? what do you mean "in a CCtrlView" - CCtrlView is a base class (and not usable as such) for views which are a single control (like CListView).

Did you mean it worked ok for CListCtrl and not CListView???

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MooreJAuthor Commented:
OK... I can't type.  I was having a bad day.  Yes I meant to say:
I can right align in a CListCtrl.  But when I try it in a CListView it only aligns the Headers.

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MooreJAuthor Commented:
Edited text of question
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shaigCommented:
You should get the list control reference from the view,
with:
CListCtrl& GetListCtrl( ) const; of the CListView object.

and apply it with the following:

InsertColumn(...,..,  LVCFMT_RIGHT);
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MooreJAuthor Commented:
I Know that.  But when I do it from a CListView IT ONLY ALIGNS THE HEADERS!!! Refer to my Question.
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gelbertCommented:
Use ownerdraw listview. In DrawItem() function use CDC::DrawText to show text with flag DT_RIGHT. See sample in mfc\general\rowlist
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MooreJAuthor Commented:
Perfect example.... I was able to cut/paste to my app...
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