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Stephen LeBans JustiDirect text justification

The JustiDirect text justification on Stephen LeBans site works well
but I cannot get it to work on a sub report. Could anyone tell me if
this is possible.
Thanks.
Alex
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Unfortunately that solution uses the Page event which is not fired for
SubReports. Here are several alternatives:

1) A2K or higher supports a Distribute property for TextBox controls.
There
is a bug/feature of the Distribute property whereby the last line of the
paragraphi is fully justified even if it contains a single word.
Unfortunately there is no fix for this issue.
2) The Justify ActiveX control for Forms or Reports here:
http://www.lebans.com/xjustifytext.htm
Produce Fully Justified Text. Bind this control to your Memo field to
create professional looking reports! This is an ActiveX control that can
act as a Label or TextBox. This control has a RecordSource just like a
normal Access TextBox so it can be bound to a field or contain a
calculated expression. Developed for Microsoft Access97.
Requires VB6 Runtime files.
3) The RTF ActiveX control for Forms or Reports here:
http://www.lebans.com/richtext.htm
RTF2 control is an ActiveX RTF solution written in VC++. The RTF2
control is a complete editing/printing solution for Access 97 or higher.
Autosizing of the RTF2 control is supported for A2K or higher.
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Stephen Lebans
http://www.lebans.com
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The JustiDirect text justification on Stephen LeBans site works well
but I cannot get it to work on a sub report. Could anyone tell me if
this is possible.
Thanks.
Alex


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