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Any thoughts as to get both lines to span the margins? This thread is locked.
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Bob Jones AKA: CyberTaz Replied on March 2, Thanks for marking this as the answer. On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click Center. In the Vertical alignment box, click Center.
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- Justify text;
In the Apply to box, click Selected text , and then click OK. When you justify text in Word, you give your text straight edges on both sides of the paragraph. Justifying extends each line of your text to the left and right margins. Justifying text might make the last line of text in a paragraph considerably shorter than the other lines.
Align or justify text
On the Home tab, in the Paragraph group, click Justify. In the Paragraph group, click the Dialog Box Launcher , and select the Alignment drop-down menu to set your justified text. In Office Word , you can choose from a selection of predesigned cover pages to create a professional-looking document quickly and easily. On the Insert tab, in the Pages group, click Cover Page.
ARCHIVED: In Microsoft Word, how do I justify text on a page?
Adjust indents and spacing. Select the text that you want to align. Select the text that you want to center. Center the text vertically between the top and bottom margins. Select the text you want to justify.