# LaTeX text alignment - Text alignment latex

There are several standard LaTeX commands to change the text alignment. Alternatively, you can use the commands provided by the package ragged2e. Alignment. As with all text, there are times when you want to change how it is aligned. By default Latex justifies all your text so that it lines up on both the left.

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By Mabar - 11:35
How about this: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} This is a really long sentence as an example. The second have of this\\ \centerline{sentence should be.
By Bagrel - 02:01
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By Nikolabar - 23:12
If you want your text to be justified, you will not get a document complying Add \​usepackage{ragged2e} to the preamble and use \justify{ text }.
By Akinobar - 18:35
LaTeX text alignment. Justification is the default text alignment for LaTeX. In addition to justification, there are three other variants: left-justified, right-justified, and.
By Grorisar - 05:33
This allows to determine a box with a given size and to put text (or anything) in it. Then it is possible to place the minipage at a given position of.

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