Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Aligning Text
Figure 1-27
Varieties of text alignment
left alignment
The term “alignment”
refers to the way a
paragraph lines up
between the margins. The
term “alignment” refers to
the way a paragraph lines
up between the margins.
right alignment
The term “alignment”
refers to the way a
paragraph lines up
between the margins.
The term “alignment”
refers to the way a
paragraph lines up
between the margins.
center alignment
The term
“alignment”
refers to the
way a
paragraph lines
up between
the margins.
justifed alignment
The term “alignment”
refers to the way a
paragraph lines up
between the margins.
The term “alignment”
refers to the way a
paragraph
lines
up
between
the
margins.
The Paragraph group on the Home tab includes a button for each of the four major
types of alignment described in Figure 1-27: the Align Text Left button, the Center
button, the Align Text Right button, and the Justify button. To align a single paragraph, click
anywhere in that paragraph and then click the appropriate alignment button. To align
multiple paragraphs, select the paragraphs fi rst, and then click an alignment button.
You need to center all the text in the fl yer. The photograph is actually contained in its
own paragraph, so you can also center it as well using an alignment button.
To center-align the text and photo:
1. Press the Ctrl+A keys. The entire document is selected, including the text
and the paragraph containing the photo. In the Paragraph group, the Align
Text Left button is highlighted, indicating that the selected text and
photograph are left aligned.
2. In the Paragraph group, click the Center button , and then click a blank area
of the document to deselect the selected paragraphs. The text and photo are now
centered on the page. See Figure 1-28.
 
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