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How to JUSTIFY words in NC and IE?

Would anyone tell me how to align the words as "JUSTIFY" in html which can work in both Netscape 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4 or more updated version?
Please tell me with a simple example, thank you!
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Kennon
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Kennon
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rafisternCommented:
<div align=justify>blah blah blah</div>

should work. Does it?
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jack_p50Commented:
in HTML you cannot align words to some coordinates, but you can do it so:
create 1x1 transparent GIF and use it for spacers
(<img src="trans.gif" width=40% height=100% align=top>This is aligned to vert. line going at 40% X-coordinate)
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KennonAuthor Commented:
Thank you Jack_p50.
But my question is to 'justify' words on a line, not putting characters in a specific point.
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mgfranzCommented:
Use tables,

<table>
<td>
<tr align=left>Insert text here</tr>
<tr align=center>Insert another text here</tr>
<tr align=right>Insert more text here</tr>
</td>
</table>
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KennonAuthor Commented:
Your answer work sometimes.
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