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Is there an option to vertically align text from any location in a paragraph? In my example (image), I'd like to align the word 'around' to 'I'd'? In InDesign, I think the key combination is 'cmd' + '\'581169790_Screenshot2019-05-08at10_53_06.png.2e1af49a48227760f07ae8ff2841d0ae.png

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Welcome to the forum.
You can use a combination of paragraph Left Indent and First Line Indent to get what you want but I don’t think there’s a way to make Publisher work out the numbers automatically (would be nice if it could).
If you activate the Frame Text Ruler you can drag the indents instead of entering numerical values.

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7 hours ago, Fixx said:

Some list style should have indents set right?

Correct. The list text styles (Bullet 1, Number 1, etc.) will do that automatically. And you can examine them to see how that is done, for use in your own styles.


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