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Posted on 2006-07-19
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Hi Experts,

I'm trying to create a program that prints receipts. I'm trying to find out how you automatically format the print so all columns line up with out having to use a table as I would like to use a listbox.

What I’m trying to achieve is something like: -

3      DDR 256mb Memory            $9.99
2      DDR 512mb Memory            $19.99
2      Nvidia pci Graphics card       $59.99

I would like to use the printer.print command from each of the formatted lines

Many Thanks
Lee
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Use the font Curier in the list box. It should do the trick.

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