How to place the text at the center of an Entry box in Tkinter?

To put a border around a Frame in Tkinter, we have to use the highlightbackground and highlightthickeness parameters while creating the Frame. Let's take an example and see how to use these two parameters.

Steps −

  • Import the tkinter library and create an instance of tkinter frame.

  • Set the size of the frame using geometry method.

  • Create a frame with Frame() method. Highlight the border of the frame with a color, highlightbackground="blue". Then, set the thickness of the border, highlightthickness=2.

  • Next, create some widgets inside the frame. In the example, we have placed four checkbuttons and a button inside the frame.

  • Finally, run the mainloop of the application window.


# Import the libraries
from tkinter import *

# Create an instance of tkinter frame or window
win = Tk()

# Title of window
win.title("Justify Text inside Textbox")

# Dimensions of the window

# Entry widget
my_text = Entry(win, width=30, justify=CENTER, bg="green", font=('Times', 20,'bold'))
my_text.insert(0, "Hello, How are you doing?")
my_text.pack(padx=50, pady=50)

# Run the mainloop


It will produce the following output −

Updated on: 26-Oct-2021

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