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Chapter 9. Tables >  Aligning a Cell's Contents

Aligning a Cell's Contents

By default, a cell's contents are aligned two ways: horizontally to the left and vertically in the middle. To gain a little more control over the alignment of a cell's contents, use the ALIGN and VALIGN tags.

To align the contents of cells horizontally:

1.
Place the cursor in the initial tag for the cell, row, or section, after the name of the tag but before the final >.

2.
If desired, type ALIGN=direction, where direction is left, center, or right.

3.
TypeVALIGN=direction, where direction is either top, middle, bottom, or baseline.


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