How to Align Text in Word

 To change text alignment of a sentence or paragraph 

  1. Select the sentence or paragraph you want to apply the text align command to

how to align text in Word


     2.  Click on the Home tab

     3.  Under the Paragraph Group: Click the Alignment option you want – you have four (4) text alignment options: Left Align, Center Align, Right Align and Justify. The diagram below shows where each alignment option is located on the ribbon in your Microsoft Word document.

How to align text in Word 2007, 2010, 2013



–  Left Align aligns the text to the left.

–  Center Align centers the text.

–  Right Align aligns the text to the right.

–  Justify aligns the text equally between the right and left margins of your document.

I have placed a diagram below to show you what each Alignment option looks like when applied.

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