Microsoft Frontpage 1998
- 1). Highlight the paragraph you want to align in the Frontpage Editor window.
- 2). Click on "Format" in the upper menu bar and select "Paragraph."
- 3). Select "Left" from the list of paragraph alignment options and click the "OK" button.
- 4). Click on the "HTML" tab in the bottom of your Frontpage Editor window to modify the code for the paragraph you've selected.
- 5). Locate the paragraph you want to justify and find the "< align= "left">" HTML tag. This is the part of the HTML code that controls the alignment for the paragraph you've selected.
- 6). Replace the word "left" in the HTML tag with the word "justify."
- 7). Click on the "Preview" tab at the bottom of the Frontpage Editor window to confirm your change. The paragraph should now be justified between the left and right margins.
Microsoft Frontpage 2000 to 2003
- 1). Click on the "Design" tab at the bottom of the Page View screen.
- 2). Highlight the paragraphs you want to justify by selecting the text with your cursor.
- 3). Click on the "Justify" button in the Format toolbar. If the format toolbar isn't visible, go to the View menu, scroll down to "toolbars" and click on "Formatting." This inserts the formatting menu into the menu bar of your Frontpage screen.