Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Justifying Text Alignment
Figure 6-5:
The Text
Effects
menu
displays
all
available visual
effects for
text.
Text Effects are a unique feature of Office 2010. If you save your document in
an older Word file format (such as Word 97-2003), you won’t be able to use
Text Effects.
Justifying Text Alignment
Word can align text in one of four ways, as shown in Figure 6-6:
Left: Text appears flush against the left margin but ragged on the right
margin.
Center: Every line appears centered within the left and right margins.
Right: Text appears flush against the right margin but ragged on the left
margin.
Justified: Text appears flush against both the left and right margins.
To align text, follow these steps:
1. Click the Home tab.
2. Move the cursor anywhere in the text you want to align.
3. Click one of the alignment icons, such as Center or Justify.
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