Microsft Word 2007

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Apr 18, 2009

Microsft Word 2007 by CheatingSoi at 7:25 PM (641 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. CheatingSoi
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    How do you get the line spacing to be the same? Not sure how to explain it because I dont know what I'm looking for. Like so you can have all of the lines in the document, be the same the length like in a newspaper. Where it spaces out the letters and in between words.
     
  2. tj_cool

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    It should be one of the buttons under 'home' (first tab)
    Somewhere in the middle, next to the align left / center/ right buttons in the category paragraph
    Dunno how to explain it
    its a button like this: [​IMG]
     
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    Under the Home Tab, find the Paragraph section. You'll see the button that tj_cool posted. It's called Justify.

    Also, the short cut is CTRL+J.
     
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    Oh wow, lol I never noticed it before. I thought it was in some hidden menu. Never realized thats what Justify did. Thanks
     

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