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Does anyone know how to fix the CLIENT LETTER and justify text option from centering the ENTIRE letter?

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This has been reported to development to be corrected in a future update. It seems to be caused when you use the Justify Text Checkbox in the print preview. 

A workaround to leave the Justify Text Checkbox unchecked and just Highlight text that needs to by justified. Click Format > Paragraph and select desired Justified setting.

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This has been reported to development to be corrected in a future update. It seems to be caused when you use the Justify Text Checkbox in the print preview. 

A workaround to leave the Justify Text Checkbox unchecked and just Highlight text that needs to by justified. Click Format > Paragraph and select desired Justified setting.

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**Mark the post that answers your question by clicking on "Accept as solution"

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thank you - I will try this work around.  I was editing the standard client letter with margins etc and click the box "justify text" and encountering the problem.
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In case the programmers are confused...

justified—text is aligned along the left margin, and letter- and word-spacing is adjusted so that the text falls flush with both margins, also known as fully justified or full justification; centered—text is aligned to neither the left nor right margin; there is an even gap on each side of each line.
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