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Chapter 6. Working with Paragraphs > Aligning Text with Justification

Aligning Text with Justification

Justification controls how text flows between the left and right margins. Word offers four justification options that you might be interested in, especially if you work with columns, newsletters, and formal documents (see Figure 6.1). For example, one of the most common formatting tasks is centering a line. When you use justification to center text on a line, Word does the math and makes sure that an equal amount of space appears on both sides of the text. If you add or remove text, Word automatically adjusts the position of the text so it is always at the exact center of the page.

Figure 6.1. This sample document illustrates the different justification settings.



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