Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Figure 4–52. … and after
The text continues to use the existing column width, and so needs to raise its row height in order to
pinch all the text within that width. The command is called Justify because it emulates a similar effect
in Word, whereby text in a paragraph exhibits straight left and right margins—at least to the extent
possi bl e . Di str i buti on di ffe r s on l y i n that i t attempts to distribute the text equally across each line in the
cell, so that each line spans the current column width, including the last line—again, to the extent
possible. Here’s another instance of a justified cell (Figure 4–53):
Figure 4–53. Justified vs. Distributed text
And here’s the same test subject to the Distributed option (Figure 4–54):
 
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