Adjustable alignments, intervals, and indents are used to organize text according to your preferences. Use these options to visually separate the text according to your goals.

By default, some parameters are already set when you create a document. To change them when the file is created, simply execute the respective commands. If you make changes to the existing document, select the fragment you want to change the settings of before you execute the commands.

You can set the margins and paragraph indents in the document using the rulers.

Horizontal alignment

With the help of alignment, you can determine the position of edges at text paragraphs. Alignment can only be applied to a paragraph, i.e. to the part of the text which appears when the Enter key is pressed and up to the place when the Enter key is pressed again. Four alignment options are available in MyOffice Text:

Toolbar button

Alignment option

Description

Key combination

icon_align_left

Align Text Left

Text is aligned along the indent line of the left margin of the document. In this case, the indent from the end of each line to the right field will be different.

Ctrl+Shift+L

icon_align_center_gray

Center Text

Text is located in the center of the page and the same indent from the left and right margins is set.

Ctrl+Shift+E

icon_align_right

Align Text Right

Text is aligned along the right margin line and the left indent is different.

Ctrl+Shift+R

icon_align_on_width_gray

Justify Text

Text is aligned to the left and right margins simultaneously and is evenly distributed throughout the page width.

Ctrl+Shift+J

You can select the alignment style before entering the text. The text entered after the place where the pointer is positioned will be aligned according to your preferences.

To align the text:

Click Format > Alignment > and select the alignment style you want to use.

On the Toolbar, click the knpk_align1 buttons.

 

Vertical alignment

Vertical alignment is only applied to the table contents. The commands on the Toolbar are available when a table element is selected.

To align the contents in a table vertically, follow the steps below:

Text position

Toolbar button

Align Text to Top

К_ВТпВК

Align Text to Middle

К_ВТпС

Align Text to Bottom

К_ВТпНК

 

Line spacing

Line spacing is the vertical space between the lines. The default spacing for all text is 1.15 and it is applied to the entire paragraph.

You can set the line spacing before entering the text. The text entered after the place where the pointer is positioned will be displayed with the line spacing according to your preferences.

Preset line spacings

You can apply the preset line spacings as follows:

Click Format > Paragraph > Line spacing > and select the value you want to apply.

On the Toolbar, click the knpk_line_spacing button and select the value you want to apply.

Custom line spacings

You can apply the custom line spacings as follows:

Click Format > Paragraph > Line spacing > and select the value you want to apply.

On the Toolbar, click the knpk_line_spacing button and select .

To set a custom line spacing, do the following:

1.In the opened window, select the line spacing value you want to apply:

Multiply: The line spacing which increases or decreases depending on the set value.

Exact: A fixed interval which creates the same intervals between all lines of the paragraph (defined in points).

At Least: The interval for matching large font sizes or images for which other intervals are not suitable (specified in points).

2.In the same window, set the value manually or using the knpk_more_less buttons.

If the line spacing from the list of presets is set for the selected text, the button on the Toolbar will look accordingly.

If the selected text has different line spacing for different paragraphs, the button will look like Line_spacing_default.

If the selected text has different line spacing than the preset one, the button on the Toolbar will look like Line_spacing_was_choosing.

Character spacing

In MyOffice Text, you can set the distance between characters to compress or stretch the text. When you create a file, the Normal spacing is set by default.

Letter_Spacing_Examples_WTxt_0

 

You can the character spacings before entering the text. The text entered after the place where the pointer is positioned will be displayed with the character spacing according to your preferences.

To set a character spacing:

Click Format > Paragraph > Character spacing > and select the value you want to apply from the list.

On the Toolbar, click the knpk_letter_spacing button and select the character spacing from the list.

knpk_letter_spacing_menu

Paragraph spacing and Indents

Individual indent settings can be set for any paragraph in the text. No indent settings are specified when creating a file.

You can the paragraph spacings before entering the text. The text entered after the place where the pointer is positioned will be displayed with the paragraph spacing according to your preferences.

To change the paragraph settings:

1.On the Toolbar, press the knpk_paragraph_settingsbutton.

2.In the window that appears, set the desired indent values or use the knpk_plus_paragraph_settings and knpk_minus_paragraph_settings next to each item. The values of spacing before and after paragraphs are set in points and can be negative.

3.Changes made are automatically saved. To hide the settings window, press Esc or Tab on your keyboard or click anywhere in the document.

Increase or decrease indents

Paragraph indents can be set using the Decrease indent and Increase indent commands. Using the command once decreases or increases the indent by 1.25 cm. This change is reflected in the paragraph settings window.

To change the paragraph indent:

1.Click Format > Paragraph > Increase indent or Decrease indent.

2.On the Toolbar, click the knpk_less_indent or knpk_more_indent buttons.

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