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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Vertical alignment

The default for text entered into table cells is for it to be aligned horizontally to the left, and numbers are aligned to the right. In addition, if more than one row of text is entered or if a graphic is used, text aligns vertically to the top of the cell and numbers to the bottom.

To vertically center align all of the text and numbers in the table:

  1. Move the cursor to the upper left-hand cell under the table heading and click and drag to the lower left hand cell.

    Note

    By selecting all cells, the images will also be aligned.

  2. Right-click in the selected area and select Cell > Center in the pop-up menu.

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