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Treeview text formating

Posted on 2004-04-09
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I have a Treeview activeX object display some of my data. One branch needs to be formated so it looks like it is in 2 columns. I just cant get my pad function to work correctly. This is what I have:


Public Function PadRight(strIn As String, intLength As Integer)
    If Len(strIn) < intLength Then
        PadRight = strIn & String(intLength - Len(strIn), " ")
    Else
        PadRight = Left(strIn, intLength)
    End If
End Function


And this is how I call it...

   strTXT = rsOverview!Brand & " - " & rsOverview!Model
   mNode.Text = PadRight(strTXT, 40) & "Total: " & rsOverview!Total & "   Available:" & rsOverview!Available


Nothing lines up in the second column at all unless the strTXT is the same length as the others.
Any Ideas?
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Question by:noodleNT
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Are you using a "fixed" font like Courier New? If not, adding spaces is likely not going to line up exactly.

Steve
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Ahh... How do I set the font?
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by:noodleNT
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HEHE... I cant beleive I asked that question.
Sometimes I wish there was a delete on this thing.
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by:stevbe
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lol ... glad it is working for you ... If you have seen some of my answers you would know I sometimes frantically search for the "delete" myself. I bet you could get community support to delete it if you rwally wanted to.

Steve
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