Text Alignments - Microsoft Word 2010

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There are four types of paragraph alignment are available in Microsoft Word left-aligned, centered, right-aligned, and justified.

Left Aligned Text:

A paragraph's text will be said left aligned if it is aligned with left margin. Here is a simple procedure to make a paragraph text left aligned.

Step (1): Click anywhere on the paragraph you want to align and click Align Text Left button available on Home tab or simply press Ctrl + L keys.

Left Alignment

Center Aligned Text:

A paragraph's text will be said center aligned if it is in the center of the left and right margins. Here is a simple procedure to make a paragraph text center aligned.

Step (1): Click anywhere on the paragraph you want to align and click Center button available on Home tab or simply press Ctrl + E keys.

Center Alignment

Right Aligned Text:

A paragraph's text will be said right aligned if it is aligned with right margin. Here is a simple procedure to make a paragraph text right aligned.

Step (1): Click anywhere on the paragraph you want to align and click Align Text Right button available on Home tab or simply press Ctrl + R keys.

Right Alignment

Justify Aligned Text:

A paragraph's text will be said justify aligned if it is aligned with both left and right margins. Here is a simple procedure to make a paragraph text justify aligned.

Step (1): Click anywhere on the paragraph you want to align and click Justify button available on Home tab or simply press Ctrl + J keys.

Justify Alignment

When you click Justify button, it displays four options, justify, justify low, justify high and justify medium. You need to select only justify option. Difference between these options is that low justify creates little space between two words, medium creates a bit more space and high creates maximum space between two words to justify the text.



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