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Do you know how to set the vertical alignment of a Word document?

Do you know how to set the vertical alignment of a Word document?

That is, you can tell Word whether to align the text at the top of the page, the bottom of the page, the center of the page or to justify the text on the page.

This one sure could come in handy if you’re trying to accommodate some weird spacing or simply are looking for the “finished” look (for full pages to go from top to bottom margins). It could save you a bit of pain from the headache of extra spacing, margin adjustments and the endless work created when you’re trying to “move” text and leave white space.

Interested?

Good—then let’s get to work.

To set the vertical alignment in Word simply go to the File menu, Page Setup choice.

When the Page Setup window opens go to the Layout tab.

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You’re looking for the Vertical alignment section on the bottom left of the tab.

Use the pull down menu to make your selection.

When you’ve made your decision click OK.

Poof! Page aligned as needed with absolutely no pain.