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Right & Left Justification in Word 2010

Posted on 2012-03-24
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Hi all

Thanks in advance.  I have a weird question and I can't figure out how to make Word do what I want.  I need to make a form follow the below formatting.  Specically, I need to a right justification to the area left of the : and a left justification to the area right of the :.  I put it in bold what I need.  I'm not sure how to do this.

"
Random text...
              Your Name  : <Person's Name>
            Your Address  : <Person's Address>
Your Phone Number  : <Phone Number>
More random text...
"

Thanks!
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Question by:Nebabon
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Amit Khilnaney earned 250 total points
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Use a table and hide the borders, that way you can individually align the contents of cell

My experinece with above type of matter, Works better in a table. Try it.
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by:Amit Khilnaney
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Use Ctrl+Shift+8 to toggle paragraph markings.
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by:GrahamSkan
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You could consider separating the left/right text with a tab, and to format the paragraph with a single right tabstop.
Helloworld.docx
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by:Paul Sauvé
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Use a Right Tab first to align the labels, and a Left Tab second to align the information.
R-L-Alignment.docx
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