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external css stylesheet that creates an html page that looks similar to microsoft word document

Posted on 2011-03-24
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want to create an html page that looks similar to microsoft word document

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align: justify
h1 tag
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Question by:rgb192
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That's a rather vague generic statement, but your even more cryptic ending could be interpreted as:
h1 {
  text-align:justify;
}

Really though, what are you trying to ask?!?
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by:rgb192
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thanks.  it seemed a bigger question when I asked it.
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In that case your lead-in was a little too big :) Simply asking 'How do I justify text in a H1 element?' would've gotten a swarm of us to answer you as quick as possible ;)
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