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text alignmentAlternatively referred to as align or alignment, justify is a term used to describe how text is aligned. For example, text that is justified to the left creates a straight line of text on the left-hand side of the page (like this paragraph). Text can be aligned along the edge of a page, cell, div, table, or other visible or non-visible line. Below are some different examples of aligned text.

Examples of alignment

Left aligned

Tab aligned

Center aligned

Right aligned

Also see: Center, Flush left, Flush right, Horizontal, Left Justify, Margin, Ragged, Right Justify, Right, Ruler, Tab stop, Vertical, Word wrap