Paragraph Formatting and Text Alignments in Word 2016 Tutorial | The Teacher

In this Microsoft Word 2016 Tutorial, you will learn to use Paragraph Formatting and Alignment options. Basically there are four types text alignment options available in Microsoft Word which are: Left, Center, Right and Justify.

In this Word Tutorial you will learn in depth about using all of these four alignment options. Especially the last alignment option “Justify”. We will cover in detail that how Microsoft Word differentiate between a line and a paragraph and how does Microsoft Word counts how many paragraphs are in your document.

You will also learn that why sometimes paragraph justification does not work on all the selected paragraphs and how to type a paragraph more efficiently and what not to do while writing a paragraph.

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Racquel Sapir says:

In Hebrew when I put in justification, the last sentence in each paragraph that contains a shorter sentence is aligned to the left, and I need it to be aligned to the right. How do I change this in Word to the right? I love the way the paragraphs are justified since it makes for easier reading.

Cyra Orees says:

This was well-explained and easy to understand. Thank you.

willia3r says:

How do I do a right alignment and have the two sentences flushed from the left for signature block purposes? I am typing a government document for signing purposes.

fazlul haque Mymensingh sadar ASI Bangladesh police says:

Actually I want to add a new table to the right side of previously created table in ms word. How shall I do it ?

Arlene Geisler says:

very helpfull

pratz kmr says:

Thank u

pratz kmr says:

very nice

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Areeba Khan says:

Thanks for explaining, It really helped but also do make a video tutorial of four lined complete worksheet with doted alphabets

Baxışoff says:

When I want to move all text to the centre, some of them don’t move. why it could be ?

Robbin Goldston says:

This was very helpful.

Areeba Khan says:

Can you plz make a tutorial on how we can make four lined paper for doted alphabet tracing on MS word for preschoolers?

czr7j9 says:

I get these annoying squares as well as those line breaks in the newest version of work. I can’t delete line breaks they won’t budge, do you know what this is? thanks

bostonpatriot1 says:

The text in my Word 2016 documents is always aligned to the RIGHT, even though my default language is English. I tried to delete Hebrew as a language (as Hebrew text reads from left to right), and have set English as my default language, but it doesn’t matter. Don’t know what to do.

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