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You can also change the paragraph alignment of your text using the keyboard. These shortcuts are pretty much the same as any word processing application, like Microsoft Word or something like that. So if I get my Text tool and click inside this text frame here, this text layer, do a select all and actually since the paragraph, you don't actually need to select the text as long as all this text is in one paragraph. So anyway Command+Shift, Ctrl+Shift and then type a letter. So Command+Shift on Mac, Ctrl+Shift on Windows and it's probably going to be what you expect. R for right aligned, L for left aligned, and C for center aligned.
So Command+Shift+C, L and R, or Ctrl+Shift+C, L and R. Then on this text here, I'll go ahead and apply that and in this one we'll click inside that paragraph. Command+ Shift+J or Ctrl+Shift+J will make your text fully justified, so that they are aligned up on the left and the right hand side. So pretty basic keyboard shortcuts, you don't have to have the panel open for this to work, this was just so you could see, as I did the keyboard shortcuts, you saw the icons slide up differently. But they work whether or not you have the Paragraph panel open or not.
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