When we talk about how to center a text on a word it has to do with alignment. Alignment is the key to how well-oriented your document is. It checks with the appearance and how the edges of the paragraph are oriented whether it is more towards the left of the entire document or to the right or whether it is centered or justified that is when the paragraph is equally aligned on the left and right margins of the document. Now coming back to how to center a text on word, it is done in two different alignment styles.
HOW TO CENTER A TEXT HORIZONTALLY?
In just a few steps you can align the text to the center horizontally.
- Select the text that you want to center.
- Go to the Home tab.
- Look into the paragraph group for the center alignment option.
- It looks like a stack of sleeping lines adjusted to the center.
- This will now align the selected text to the center.
HOW TO CENTER A TEXT VERTICALLY?
This method aligns your text vertically concerning the top and bottom margins
- Similar to the previous one, select the text that you wish to center.
- Now, go to the layout or the page layout tab on top.
- Select the dialog box launcher option which you can see by following the steps below.
- Select the layout tab.
- You will now see a vertical alignment box. Click on the drop-down and select Center.
- You will find an ‘apply to’ box at the bottom, choose the ‘selected text’ option, and then proceed to click OK.
This should get your selected text aligned to the center
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