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I'd like to print information on a QRMemo1 or another, but I want to justify the contents, just like Microsoft WORD does, I mean justify on the left and also on the right.
Experts could you help me with that?
Anybody knows some code for any component to do this?

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by:Phoenix_s
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you mean rather than left or right justify or even center justify, you want the component to fill justify so that each line of text is justified on both sides...

I don't know that it'd be all that easy.. especially with the stock components that come with delphi.

you may have to create your own descendant of the qrmemo component with processing to do the fill justification.

I too am interested to see if it is possible...
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I find this on the http://www.qusoft.com site ( QuickReport site ), FAQ section :

Q.  What about adding real "LeftAndRightJustify" (newspaper style) (aka Full Justification) in an upcoming release?
A.  This will not be part of QuickReport.  A future release will make the FormatLines procedure virtual so this can be done in a descending component by someone else.

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i think qusoft is making a mistake in not implementing it in all of its memo-style pring components like the richedit..  i was actually somewhat surprised that it didn't have it already.

an apple ][+ word processor (35kb proggy) had full justification...

but that's just my opinion ;-)
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