need to used a fixed width font (like Courier) as opposed to 
a proportional font (like Times New Roman).
Proportional fonts base the distance between letters on the actual 
width of the letter (e.g. "w" is wider than "i" so it gets more space). 
 Fixed width fonts assign the same width to all letters.
Bob Hitchins
-----Original Message-----
Sent: Friday, January 24, 2003 1:24 PM
Subject: differenct space needed for different letters?

Hi, I have mutiple line of text in one block in the header for my page, 
I make each line the exactly same number of letters(same string 
length), then I found out that the actual space each line takes is not 
the same, some are longer and some are shorter, just like below. Is 
there any way to make each line appears to be the same 'actual length' ?
start of line ccccccccccccccc
ccccccccccccccccccend of line


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