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Left aligning Numeric  columns  in  MS Flexgrid

Posted on 2004-10-07
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By  Default text alignment  (Numbers)  are  right  justified  in MS Flexgrid.
Plz  tell  the solution   for  left  justifying  to  numbers.

|----------------|---------------|
| Name           | Age            |
|----------------|---------------|
| Raja             |              20 |
| Ravi             |              25 |
| Raju             |              30 |
|----------------|---------------|

For instance, in the above table "Age" column is aligned to right by default. I've to left  align it.

TIA
ponnusamy
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by:mrloumrlou
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Try:
Format$(123, "@@@@@@")   --------- right justify "   123"
Format$(123, "!@@@@@@")  --------- left justify   "123   "
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by:mrloumrlou
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or just add a space before your number.

" " & iTheNumber
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by:C_Ponnusamy
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Dear mrloumrlou ,

                     Format$(123, "@@@@@@")   --------- right justify "   123"
                      Format$(123, "!@@@@@@")  --------- left justify   "123   "

       is  not  working.  it  produces  an  error.  
 
I have i  find  solution  for  my  question.
We  directly  use  "SetcellAlignment"   function   in  the  program.
 U  can see  details  of this  in  the  following  link location
http://briz.infotools.ru/html/027/grid_cells.htm


Thanks & Regards,
Ponnusamy.C
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