How to Align in PowerPoint?

PowerPoint actually provides the tools so that you can align elements as per your desire directly instead of using a mouse! So, you may be wondering, how exactly do you align in PowerPoint?

I will do a deep-dive of how exactly should you use the align tool in PowerPoint with tips that will help you save some time and frustration!

To align text in PowerPoint, select the text inside the shape or text box. Then, click the “Home” tab, and choose from the left, center, right, and justified alignment.

How to Align Text in PowerPoint?

Left Align

Select the text that you are going to realign. Click on the “Align Left” option in the “Paragraph” section of the “Home” tab. The icon looks like four horizontal lines aligned to the left.

Right Align Text

Select the text that you want to realign and then select the “Align Right” option in the “Paragraph” section of the “Home” tab. It is the third icon of the “Alignment” keys.

Centre Align Text

Select your preferred text and hit the “Align Centre” option from the “Paragraph” section of the “Home” tab. It is the second icon of the “Alignment” keys.

Justify Text

To justify text in PowerPoint, select your desired text and then click on the “Justify” button. It is the right-most icon of the “Alignment” keys.

Vertical Alignment of Text within Text Box

Click on the “Align Text” button in the “Paragraph” section of the “Home” tab. simply click on the “Align Text” button and select the vertical alignment.

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