Changing text alignment


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Changing text alignment

Left, Center, Right, or Justified, the age-old question of alignment. PowerPoint makes switching alignment a snap with the four icons found in the Home tab of the Ribbon. Let's experiment with slide number 2. We'll select the text boundary for the title of the slide Introductions. With it selected, we can change the alignment currently on the left. Here I'll click on Center, or Right, or back to Left. But let's also look at slight number 3. Our Endorsement slide gives us an interesting opportunity to control the alignment.

This paragraph here may look better as Justified. Justified means that all of the words are spaced out to fully reach both left and right margins. It's how newspaper columns are almost always printed. Right now, this paragraph is set to Left. Let's change it to Center, Right, and now let's try Justified. Notice how text expands to the Left and Right margins. The restaurant owner's name and title might look better here aligned to the right.

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Changing text alignment
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Changing text alignment provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Diskin as part of the PowerPoint 2010 Essential Training

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