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How to Justify Text of a label (memo type filed) in a Report

I created a report in MS Access. I want contents of a label (memo field) to be aligned both at left & right i.e. justified.
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  • rizvisam Apr 29, 2008

    One field of the table contains description and it is memo type. While displaying in MS Access report, it is left aligned. I want text to be justified (as justify tool in MS Word does) i.e. aligned both at left and right, simultenously.



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