Markup below shows an approach to create table like layout using DevComponents text-markup language included with DotNetBar:

<div width="100"><span width="80">ABCD EFGH</span><span width="20" align="right">123</span></div>
<div width="100"><span width="80">ABCD EFGH</span><span width="20" align="right">1234</span></div

For an example of text-markup table layout as described above try pasting following text into ButtonItem.Text property:

<b>Normal</b><br/>
<div width="170"><span width="20">Top:</span><span width="50" align="right">1 cm</span>
<span width="10"> </span>
<span width="40">Bottom:</span><span width="50" align="right">1 cm</span></div>
<div width="170"><span width="20">Left:</span><span width="50" align="right">2.54 cm</span>
<span width="10"> </span>
<span width="40">Bottom:</span><span width="50" align="right">2.54 cm</span></div><b>Normal</b><br/>
<div width="170"><span width="20">Top:</span><span width="50" align="right">1 cm</span>
<span width="10"> </span>
<span width="40">Bottom:</span><span width="50" align="right">1 cm</span></div>
<div width="170"><span width="20">Left:</span><span width="50" align="right">2.54 cm</span>
<span width="10"> </span>
<span width="40">Bottom:</span><span width="50" align="right">2.54 cm</span></div>

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