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RTF: Align Text - Left, Right, Centered and Justified

Info by NetLabel | Last update on 2020-10-25 | Created on 2015-08-21

In this information, I would like to show you, how to align a text within them manually created RTF document.

You can use one of the following command words for this.

CommandMeaning
\qlleft alignment (default)
\qrright alignment
\qjjustified
\qccentered

By default, the RTF format uses a left alignment for text. This alignment is always used when there is no other definition for the corresponding section.

Example

Let us have a look at an example demonstrating how the different commands can be used in practice.

{\rtf1\ansi\deff0
{\fonttbl{\f0 Times New Roman;}}

\pard\qc Centered\par
\pard\ql Left\par
\pard\qr Right\par
\pard\qj Justified\par

}

The first line of this document is centered, to the second and third line a left and right alignment is applied. The fourth line is written in justification.

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