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Align Text
Align
Text
You can use Word’s alignment commands to
change how text is positioned horizontally on a
page. By default, Word assigns the Left Align
command. You can also choose to center your
text on a page, align it to the right side of the
page, or justify it so that it lines up at both the
left and right margins of the page.
Align Text
1 Select the text that you want to
format.
2 Click the Home tab on the Ribbon.
3 Click an alignment button.
2
3
Click the Align Left button (
) to
left-align text.
Click the Center button (
) to
1
center text.
Click the Align Right button (
)
to right-align text.
Click the Justify button ( ) to
justify text between the left and right
margins.
Word applies the alignment to the
text.
This example centers the text on the
document page.
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