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|How do I line up text within a First Draft Area?|
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How do I line up text within a First Draft Area?
It is sometimes desired to line up First Draft output text more than the standard single or double space following the heading. You can use this method to line up text for headings when extra spaces are desired. See KB778 for details on First Draft Areas.
From within the First Draft Area for which you need to set up extra spacing:
All text within a First Draft Area will observe the same text wrapping and indention. In the template itself you will need to set the tabs up for the corresponding line where the heading. If text needs to wrap around with an intent you will also need to adjust (by clicking and dragging) the bottom half of the "triangles" for the indent on subsequent lines that will wrap around if text will be on more than one line. If you want subsequent text to be flush left, then leave both top and bottom "triangle" at the left.
|What is a First Draft Area?
First Draft Areas explained
|What is a First Draft Region?
First Draft Regions
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|Thursday, January 12, 2017|
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