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• alignments refers to how text is positioned between a document’s margins
• first-line indent inserts blank space between the left margin and the fi rst line of the paragraph (one-half inch is the default setting for this indent
• hanging indent common in legal documents, begins the fi rst full line of text in a paragraph at the left margin; all of the remaining lines in the paragraph are then indented from the left margin
• horizontal alignment refers to how text is positioned between the left and right margins. There are four types of horizontal alignments:
• indent is a blank space inserted between text and the left or right margin.
• leaders are symbols such as dotted, dashed, or solid lines that fi ll the space before a tab (see Figure 4-28). In this exercise, you practice setting tabs and leaders using the Tabs dialog box.
• line spacing is the amount of space between the lines of text in a paragraph. In this exercise, you learn to set line spacing using a number of Word paragraph formatting tools.
• negative indent extends paragraph text into the left margin.
• vertical alignment refers to how text is positioned between the top and bottom margins of the page. Text can be aligned vertically at the top margin, at the center of the page, or at the bottom of the page, or it can be justifi ed
Created by: blake56026