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Chapter 7. Formatting Lines and Paragrap... > Aligning Text with Center and Flush ...

Aligning Text with Center and Flush Right

One of the most common formatting tasks is centering a line. Flush right is a little less common, but it still has an important place, especially in legal documents. In Chapter 3, “Understanding the Basics of Formatting,” you learned how to use justification to center and flush-right lines of text. In this chapter, you'll learn how to use the Center and Flush Right features to align text.

What's the difference, you ask? Let me explain. When you change the justification to Center, every line you create from then on is centered, until you change the justification to something else. This is fine for title pages, where you have multiple lines that you want centered, but it's not the most efficient option for single lines. In this situation, the Center feature is the best choice.


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