Gets or sets a value indicating whether control's elements are aligned to support locales using right-to-left fonts.
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The Control.RightToLeft property is an ambient property. An ambient property is a control property that, if not set, is retrieved from the parent control. For example, a System.Windows.Forms.Button will have the same Control.BackColor as its parent System.Windows.Forms.Form by default. For more information about ambient properties, see the System.Windows.Forms.AmbientProperties class or the System.Windows.Forms.Control class overview.
The Control.RightToLeft property is used for international applications where the language is written from right to left, such as Hebrew or Arabic. When this property is set to RightToLeft.Yes, control elements that include text are displayed from right to left.
If the value of the Control.RightToLeft property is changed at run time, only raw text without formatting is preserved.
Vertical scroll bars are displayed on the left side rather than right side of scrollable controls (for example, System.Windows.Forms.Form, System.Windows.Forms.Panel, multiline System.Windows.Forms.TextBox, and System.Windows.Forms.RichTextBox).
Horizontal scroll bars start with the scroll box (thumb) right-aligned.
Items in list box, combo box, and up-down controls are right aligned.
System.Windows.Forms.AxHost supports right-to-left alignment; however, the effect on an ActiveX control depends on the extent to which the control author implemented support for right-to-left display.