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Positioning Text in Frames and Text Boxes
Positioning Text in Frames and Text Boxes
How text is positioned in text frames and text boxes is governed by two
sets of commands: the Align Text commands and the Align commands. By
choosing combinations of Align and Align Text commands, you can land text
where you want it in a text frame or text box. Just wrestle with these two
commands until you land your text where you want it to be in a text frame
or box:
Align commands control horizontal (left-to-right) alignments. On the
Home tab, click the Align Left (press Ctrl+L), Center (press Ctrl+E), Align
Right (press Ctrl+R), or Justify button.
Align Text commands control vertical (up-and-down) alignments. On the
Home tab, click the Align Text button and choose Top, Middle, or
Bottom on the drop-down list, as shown in Figure 3-5.
Figure 3-5:
Choose an
Align Text
and an Align
command
to position
text in text
frames and
boxes.
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