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Text Box Punctuation Out of Place

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I've filled a multi-line textbox with several sentences. If a comma in a sentence or a period at the end falls in the middle of the textbox line the appearance is normal. If the comma or period happens to fall at the end of the line it moves to the left side. For example,

A period falling in the middle of line is fine. But
.at the end of a line this happens

Can anyone provide a solution?
Sep 7 '16 #1
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!NoItAll
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Are you putting text in dynamically or are you putting the lines in through the IDE?
I'd like to see your code...
Sep 14 '16 #2

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There's no code involved. The textbox in question is on an "About" form, so I'm simply manually copying the text explaining what the program does from a text file and pasting it into the designer. I'm a .NET newbie so please indicate if there's a better way to do this. Thanks!
Sep 16 '16 #3

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