Screen Text Alignment

Subject: Screen Text Alignment
From: "Radwa Darwish" <radwa -dot- darwish -at- microtech -dot- com -dot- eg>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2002 09:34:39 +0200

Dear TWriters,

I am new into the field, and currently most of my work is focused on screen
text and customizing it in different languages interfaces, what I need help
with is more about interface designing than technical writing for I need to
know which is more professional, readable and user friendly :

1. To left align captions no matter how long they are and then to be
followed by edit boxes justified?

caption edit box
--- ------
-- ------
----- ------
---- ------
2. To right align captions so that they all end where the edit boxes begin?

caption edit box
--- -------
-- -------
---- -------
---- -------

I would like also to know why I can find resources to screen text

thanking you in advance,

Radwa Darwish
Technical Writer
radwa -dot- darwish -at- microtech -dot- com -dot- eg

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