How can I right justify columns in Powershell's Out-GridView?

I'm using the following parts of a script to display information sourced from XML & SQL Server
$properties = @{
	BoxNumber = $
	PartNumber = $line.part
	SalesOrder = $
	QtyPacked = "{0,10:N2}" -f [double]$line.qty
	OrderLine = [int]$DR.GetValue(0)
	Customer = $DR.GetValue(1)
	Ordered = "{0,10:N2}" -f [double]$DR.GetValue(2)
	Delivered = "{0,10:N2}" -f [double]$DR.GetValue(3)
	Picked = "{0,10:N2}" -f [double]$DR.GetValue(4)
	Invoiced = "{0,10:N2}" -f [double]$DR.GetValue(5)
$pnLines += New-Object -TypeName PSObject -Property $properties
$pnLines | select -Property SalesOrder, OrderLIne, PartNumber, QtyPacked, Ordered, Picked, Delivered, Invoiced, BoxNumber, Customer | sort SalesOrder, OrderLine | Out-GridView -Wait -Title $title

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The numbers in the columns QtyPacked, Ordered, Picked, Delivered & Invoiced have moved towards the right hand side, but they're more centred than right-aligned:
Column appearanceI'm sure I must have missed something obvious, but I just can't see it.
Any ideas would be much appreciated.
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Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
Guess you will have bad luck with properly adjusting. Your formatting creates a formatted string, using spaces, and Out-GridView displays spaces in a proportional font, which is not monotyped / typewriter, and hence has different width for space and digits. But without formatting all numbers are aligned left - even worse.
From the (online) help:
The command output that you send to Out-GridView cannot be formatted, such as by using the Format-Table or Format-Wide cmdlets. To select properties, use the Select-Object cmdlet.
Qlemo"Batchelor", Developer and EE Topic AdvisorCommented:
The best result with manually formatting I had is by replacing two spaces with three
e={ '{0,10:N2}' -f $_.Length -replace '  ', '   '}

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but it is still just a "patch" not fitting very well.

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SysWarTechSysAdminAuthor Commented:
Not a bad work around.
Useful to know that my approach wasn't going to work (no matter how many times I hit my head on the desk!)

I had a similar idea after you mentioned that the formatting is just added spaces.
I tried replacing spaces with en-spaces -
$ensp = [char]0x2002
and changing the Select-Object properties to -
@{Label = "Qty Packed"; exp= { $_.QtyPacked.Replace(" ", $ensp) } }, etc.
It doesn't look too bad.

Thanks again for your help
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