Tabs Justification

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Tabs Justification

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The Tabs Justification dialog is used to let Q++ automatically set the tab spacing required to justify the first and last days of one-line minicalendars, regardless of the number of days in each month (28-29-30-31 days).


Total number of tabs including the first tab

Usually, these values will be 28-29-30-31, respectively, if the minicalendar starts on the first of the month, and if the entire month is contained in the same textbox.

Tabs Extent and alignment

These are the same settings as in the minicalendars Special Tabulations dialog, except that here you specify the first and last tab, rather than the first tab and the subsequent spacing.



Note that the values calculated with the above setting are only valid for one-line minicalendars in which the spacing of every weekday is the same (ie. this would not work if there is a larger spacing between Sundays and Mondays, for example, because the number of such intervals varies from one month to another and also depending on the year).

Topic 176500 updated on 17-Jun-2004.
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