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I would like to justify all values in a table to the right, how do I do? I´ve tried with setting type to Number(Integer) and all the numbers will be right justified but what if i want the strings to right justified?
I also want to know how to make pictures with separators(dots) for digits over thousands for example: 10.000,00 or 100.000.000,00?
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Hi svenj,

Go to table. Double-click on it. (you arive in the fieldseditor) Add all fields.

click on the field you want to change alignment. Change alignment to taRightJustify
Change displayformat to change the view.

Regards, Zif.
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