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Hi. I have done some searching but I have not found an answer to the following question:

How does one set "top align" as the default for a text frame, instead of "justify vertically"?

I am currently working on my first project in Affinity Publisher and my text frames are set by default to vertical justification, which sometimes creates a frightening scene when adding text! My search for a field or setting to make top alignment the default has so far proved useless, so I must remember to set it for each frame, even frames of flow text.

Thanks.

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It should be sticky; as you set it once with one text frame as top (Text>Vertical Alignment) next time you create a text frame it should be aligned top.

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Thank you. So far I have only created text flow frames for the one article. I shall keep what you say in mind for the next one.

Cheers.

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