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In visual basic, i want label to align from right side

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Hello, I have a form with a label on. The label is aligned to the right side
of the form. I tried "Right-to-Left" property, This means that
if the label expands (due to the AutoSize property) it should expand to the
left. However, this is not done and the result is that the text in the label
is expanded to the right outside the form.

Is there a setting for expanding a Label to the left instead of the right.
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Is the text dynamic? I believe all you need to do is change the right justify and not the right to left. Right to left I believe is for Asian fonts that flow right to left.
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Thanks :)
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