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Posted on 2006-11-12
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Is there a way to align the text property of a form so it centered instead of aligned with the top left of the form?
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There is no alignment property so this cannot be done with a simple method. You could pad the text property with spaces - if you hav a resizable for you would have to write code to keep it centred though.

Note that this is not the default behaviour, and is non-standard. Users have come to expect this to be left-aligned. You should be careful with GUI design whenever you want to do something that is not standard, as it often confuses users.
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With respect, a C Grade? For a correct answer AND a workaround?

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Your right my bad how can i change the grade?
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You can post a request in Community Support (http://www.experts-exchange.com/Community_Support/) and ask a moderator to change the grade for you.

Cheers
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