Tkinter Label widgets are used to add images and create text in a particular application. There are various functions and methods available in the library which can be used to style the widgets and its property. In order to justify the text in the label widget, we can use the justify property. It is generally used to justify the position or the alignment of the text such as RIGHT, LEFT, and CENTER.
In this application, we will justify the position of a text label using the justify property.
#Import tkinter library from tkinter import * #Create an instance of tkinter frame or window win= Tk() #Set the geometry of tkinter frame win.geometry("750x350") #Crate a Label widget label1= Label(win, text="Box1") label1.pack() label2= Label(win, text= "\nKeep\nLearning", bd=1, relief= "solid",font= ("Helvetica 20"), justify= RIGHT) label2.pack() Label(win, text= "Box2").pack() label3= Label(win, text="\nLearning\nMakes\nPerfect", bd=1, relief="solid", font=('Helvetica 20'), justify= LEFT) label3.pack() win.mainloop()
Running the above code will display a window that contains a label widget with some text. The visual alignment of the text can be defined by the justify property.