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Subject:Re: flush right in MS-Word 6.0 From:Marc Santacroce <santa -at- CCNET -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 14 Jul 1995 22:16:56 -0700
At 9:34 7/14/95, James Perkins wrote:
>Problem: I would like to have some text on the SAME line where it is
>flush left on the left and flush right on the right. I cannot figure out
>how to do this in Word 6.0. You can do it in WordPerfect because of the
>hidden codes. However, when I try to right justify only half the line
>in Word, it takes the whole line. How can you do it in Word? It
>seems so simple, but I just can't figure it out. Any help greatly
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I think you need to use flush left for the left most text and a right
margin, set as far right as you can, for flush right text on the same line.
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