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Text Alignment

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Need to center, align right, or justify your text? This How-To Article explains how to align text in your Word document.

Text Alignment

1. Highlight the text that you would like to align.

2. On the Standard toolbar, next to the "B", "I", and "U" buttons will be a group of three buttons, allowing you to align text. The button furthest to the left is to align the text to the left (default alignment), the center button is to center align text, and the last button allows you to align text to the right of the document.

3. Click one of these buttons.

4. Text alignment will now be set.

Tip: You can also right-click highlighted text, select "Paragraph..." and select from the "Alignment:" drop-down menu to set text alignment.

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