Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Formatting Paragraphs by Aligning and Indenting Text
Adding AutoFormat to the Ribbon
I f you find that you are using AutoFormat quite a bit, you might want to add the tool
to the Ribbon so that you can access it easily. Here are the steps for customizing the
Ribbon and adding the AutoFormat tool:
1. On the File tab, click Options.
2. Click Customize Ribbon.
3. In the right side of the dialog box, click the name of the tab in which you want to
create the new group (for example, Home).
4. Click New Group.
5. Click Rename and type a name for the new group (perhaps “AutoFormat”) then
click OK.
6. Click the Choose Commands From arrow and select Commands Not On The
Ribbon.
7. Scroll down the list on the left and find AutoFormat.
8. Drag AutoFormat to the new group you created or click the tool and click Add to
include it in the selected group. Repeat by dragging or clicking AutoFormat As
You Type if you like, and then click OK to save your changes.
Now the AutoFormat tools will appear in the new group in the tab you specified. When
you click the tool in the new group, the AutoCorrect dialog box will open, displaying
the tab you indicated.
Formatting Paragraphs by Aligning and Indenting Text
One of the most common paragraph-level formatting tasks is aligning paragraphs within
a document. But alignment matters don’t stop with setting line ending attributes, such as
left, center, right, and justified—you can also specify paragraph alignment and indentation
as well. Table 11-2 lists the various tools and shortcuts you can use to align and format
paragraphs.
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