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|Vertical Text Alignment|
|Desktop Apps Training - Writer|
Vertical Text Alignment
Vertical Text Alignment sets the alignment of the text in the line. You can move the text in how it lines up with the text above and below vertically. In the example you see the second paragraph is centered while the first is left justified.
The best way to understand how the text alignment will look is to focus on the preview window. It will show you clearly what each option will look like.
In addition, you can set up the line so that it is vertically aligned within the line itself, baseline, top, middle or bottom as well as automatic. This will only work if your line spacing is larger than your font. The example is top vertical alignment. This kind of text alignment is called text-to-text alignment.