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I am wanting to increase the character spacing of a TextBlock or Label in WPF. This is NOT UWP.

What I have tried:

I have seen example code stating to use Glyphs. I dont like this method because you have to onow the actual font path, which is required by the Glyph object.
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CoderzF1 19-Feb-24 4:11am    
I have actually tried the marked solution from that post. Really all that is doing is adding multiple TextBlocks with a right-margin set. It may be the way I have to go, even though I don't like it. I can even use the Glyphs object, however, I would have to package a font with the application due to the only way to set the font for Glyphs is to supply the Font Uri. I don't know why Microsoft didn't supply an easier way to do this. UWP has an attribute for TextBlock to set Character Spacing but not Standard WPF.

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