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Setting Tabs

Working with tabs is a two-part process. First, you must set the tab stops, or you must plan to use the Word default left-aligned tab stops at every 0.5′. Setting the tab stops includes selecting the type of tab—left, centered, right, decimal, or bar—and specifying where the tab stops must appear. The second step in using tabs is to press the Tab key as you type your document to move the insertion point forward to the next tab stop. You also have three leader style options including dotted, dashed, or solid.

A wonderful advantage to working with tabs is that after the tabs are in your document, you can move or change the tab stops, and the selected text moves or realigns with the stops.


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