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I have a list box, and I am listing three items on a line, now I want them to line up nicely, so I am using /t to insert a tab stop. The problem is that the default tab stops are too large. Using C#, how can I set custom tab stop sizes?

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I have looked on the net, but maybe I am wording my search improperly.
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Updated 15-Sep-22 1:49am

There's a lot to cover so I won't explain it all again, but you can read up on a good summary on it here[^].
 
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If you want to display multiple items per row then I would suggest using either a ListView Class (System.Windows.Forms) | Microsoft Docs[^] or DataGridView Class (System.Windows.Forms) | Microsoft Docs[^].
 
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Maybe you can use an owner drawn listbox, like the one in this CodeProject article:
An editable multi-line listbox for .NET[^]
 
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