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Full justify text alignment in the rich text box in Visual Basic 6?

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How i align a text fully justify in the rich text box. there is only three alignments
1. Left Align
2. Center Align
3. Right Align

so there is no other property or option to align text fully justify. it is possible. i can did this using the picture box. but it have some problem to print.
 
 
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In RichText box many functions cannot be made.
I offer to use Tx Text control (http://www.textcontrol.com). In it there is a heap of possibilities.
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