Monday, 3 March 2014

How to change text Alignment in Microsoft Word 2010


In Word documents, text is left-aligned at the top of the page by default.

Horizontal alignment refers to how text is positioned between the left and right margins of a page. There are 4 types: left align, center, right align, or justify. Do the following to select your choice:
1. Highlight text or paragraph you want to change.
2. On the [Home] tab in the [Paragraph] group, select your option by clicking on its button.




Vertical alignment refers to how text is positioned between the top and the bottom margins of a page.
There are 4 types: top align, center, justify, or bottom align. Do the following to select your choice:
1. From the [Page Layout] tab in the [Page Setup ] group, launch the [Page Setup] dialog box.
Refer to diagram shown below
2. From the [Layout] tab in the [Page] group, click on the drop-down arrow and select your option.
3. Click OK.