Solved: Word 2002 alignment

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karbo

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Can you tell me if there's a way to change the default text alignment when starting a new document? Right now, the default alignment is on the left. I want to change it.

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karbo

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I haven't found any setting for this. Searched Google also, nothing. Unless one of you can help, I don't think we can change this default setting to "justify" instead of "align to the left". I just think it's ridiculous 'cause to look nice and professional, a text should be "justified".
 

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Click on the "styles and formatting" button on the "formatting" toolbar. Hover your mouse over the "Normal" style Within the "Styles and formatting." Click on the drop-down arrow beside this and select "Modify." Click on the justify alignment icon on the left side of the dialog box. Finally check off the checkbox that says "Add to template" to add it to the normal document template, which is the file that word opens everytime you startup.
 

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You're a genious! Thanks a lot. I would have searched for a long time!
 

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Do not let it get out, people might expect things of me. Please mark the thread as solved via the "thread tools" drop-down list at the top of the post.
 
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