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Excel 2010 Ribbon Textbox Alignment

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I am working on a custom ribbon that contains several editboxes that contain numbers.  I am using the following XML code to create the editboxes.
<editBox id="TrailerBottom" label="Bottom Weight"
onChange="onChangeTrailerBottom" 
getText="onGetTextTrailerBottom" />

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My question is do I have the ability to right align the text.  I didn't see the option on the MSDN site, so I am thinking no, but I wanted to double check.
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Chris Bottomley earned 500 total points
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Ive had a pootle about, and cannot find anything to do this nor can I find anything that implicitly says you cannot but I have tried various permutations in a test file and it would seem you are correct in that it cannot be done.

Chris
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Thank you for review the question and confirming my thoughts.
Tom
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