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Dear Friends,

Is it possible, in ANY WAY, to have a justified paragraph, but the last line
of that paragraph should be centered, like this:

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I asked this back during word 98 with no success, but maybe now there is a
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There's no way to do it automatically, but you can fake it by setting a
center tab stop at the center point of the paragraph. Then insert a line
break (Shift+Enter) at the end of the next-to-last line and press Tab to
center the last line.

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Dear Friends,

Is it possible, in ANY WAY, to have a justified paragraph, but the last

line
of that paragraph should be centered, like this:

__________________
__________________
__________________
______

I asked this back during word 98 with no success, but maybe now there is a
solution

Thank You
RB



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