Justifying Lines of Text

Courtesy of: Blaine Williams, Network 1 Support Desk Manager

Let’s say you write three lines of text and you want to accent those three lines by
indenting. When you indent the first line of text, the other two lines don’t indent with
it. There is an easy short-cut that will allow you to manually justify every line of text in
a paragraph.

First, place your cursor at the front of the line of text that you want to justify. Then,
simply press the “Shift+Enter” key on the main keyboard (not on the keypad). Once
you have pressed “Shift+Enter“, use the space bar to manually justify the text.


Blaine Williams: As Support Operations Manager at Network 1, Blaine uses his drive and passion to serve others and engage, empower, and develop the future leaders of Network 1. He started with the company in the role of Desktop Engineer and worked his way up to his current role by being dedicated to providing uncompromising client and peer service.

Network 1 designs, builds and supports the IT you need to run your business more securely, productively and successfully. Whether you want to outsource all of your IT needs to a reliable, responsive, service-oriented company, or need to supplement the work of your internal IT staff, we will carefully evaluate where you are now, discuss where you want to go and implement and support a plan to get you there with as little interruption as possible.

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