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bwdeen

As this has probably been discussed before, I'm stuck and pulling my hair out...lol

the text on the right is middle-align, prefect, the text on the left is also middle-aligned but is offset. How can i fix the left text to match the right?

 

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BW Deen

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Dadgad

Use MATCHPROPERTIES enter 'MATCHPROP' at your commandline, then just follow the prompts, should fix you right up. Or you can find it on your MODIFY dropdown from the menu bar.

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bwdeen

Thanks for the reply:

I have tried MATCHPROPERTIES but its doesn't fix the "spacing" issues that appears on the left text.....just odd setting somewhere and i cant remember where....

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Squirltech

Have you tried to "remove formatting" on the text on the left? Highlight the text in the edit box. Right click and select "remove ALL formatting". Just a shot in the dark. Hope it works.

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Dadgad

Are those text, they look like MTEXT. Do you have column values applied to the on on the left, causing it to leave a margin perhaps?

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Dadgad

Good thought, that will probably take care of it. :thumbsup:

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bwdeen

ugh, are you as puzzled as I am....just removed the columns and formatting, still same.

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bwdeen

whoa, line space style and height were slightly off....i found it of course by highlighting both items and reviewing the properties.....Thanks all for helping....

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Dadgad

All's well that ends well, glad you figured it out! :wink:

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Dadgad

As is so often the case, when you get stuck, turn to somebody smarter than the average bear.

http://www.lee-mac.com/matchtextprops.html I've never used it, but as a student of history, I would be surprised if it didn't.

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