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OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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Vertical alignment

By default, text entered into a table is aligned to the top-left of the cell. You can change the default for the entire table, as described above, or for individually selected cells.

To vertically align the text in specific cells:

  • Place the cursor in the cell you wish to change, or click and drag to select multiple cells.
  • Right-click in the selected area and select Cell > Center, Top, or Bottom in the pop-up menu to vertically align the text as desired.

OpenOffice Writer 3.x Guide
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