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In FrontPage Editor you can align text with the left, center, or right margin by clicking the Align Left, Center or Align Right buttons on the Formatting toolbar or by clicking Paragraph on the Format menu and then setting the paragraph alignment. FrontPage Editor does not provide a Justify option that aligns the text with the right and left margins at the same time. This article how you can justify text by modifying the HTML code.
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Click in the paragraph that you want to justify.
On the Format menu, click Paragraph.
From the Paragraph Alignment list, click Left. Click OK.
Click the HTML tab at the bottom of the FrontPage Editor window.
Find the <p align="left"> tag denoting the paragraph you want to justify.
Replace the "left" attribute value with the "justify" attribute value.
Click the Preview tab at the bottom of the FrontPage Editor window. The paragraph appears justified with the left and right margins.
For more information about aligning text in paragraphs, click the Index tab in FrontPage Help, type the following text
and then double-click the selected text to go to the "To align a paragraph"topic.