What is double justification means in Microsoft office?
- micksmixxxLv 76 months ago
It means full justification, my friend. i.e. the letters are spaced so that they line up with both the left margin and the right margin.
The following page states:
"When text is justified it means the typographic alignment, stretching and setting of a paragraph of text to both the left and right hand margins. This is also known as double justification and gives the page a ‘fuller’ look, leaving no ‘ragged’ ends. Every line (except the last) on the page will have equal width, this effect is achieved by increasing or decreasing the space between words."
- River EuphratesLv 76 months ago
I don't think there is such thing as 'double justification' in Office.
- Barkley HoundLv 76 months ago
Both sides of text is lined up like in a book.
Alignment can be "left", "right", or "double".