Could you point a way to equalize the spaces beteween the combo texts due graphical character dimensions?

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Could you point a way to equalize the spaces beteween the combo texts due graphical character dimensions?

Accordingly to
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Making the "(nnn)" as possible more vertical aligned.

Thanks in advance
Eduardo FuerteDeveloper and AnalystAsked:
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jrbbldrCommented:
Notice how those (nnn) values which are appearing to the right of the other (nnn) values are associated with those entries on the left which are Uppercase.

I'd guess that if you were to Uppercase All of the values on the left, the (nnn) values would align better.

However you are likely also experiencing issues with Proportional fonts vs Non-Proportional fonts.
With Proportional fonts, some letter characters take up more horizontal room than others (example:   "W" takes more horizontal space than does the character "I")

If Uppercasing All of your left values doesn't get things appearing as you want, you might consider changing to another font.

Good Luck
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Eduardo FuerteDeveloper and AnalystAuthor Commented:
Hi

In the past I used a function that make the text very aligned, as much as possible... long time ago. It's hard to find now.
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Eduardo FuerteDeveloper and AnalystAuthor Commented:
I guess TXTWIDTH could be a start point.
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