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    Word 2013: Vertical Centring

    Dear Loungers,

    I cannot always get a section to vertically centre. Does anyone have an idea what might prevent this?

    I have one document, the first page is vertically centred successfully. Most of the document then does not use this but towards the end of the document there is a page and, separately, the very last page of the document are both one page sections that should be vertically centred but fail to do so.

    Any ideas?

    liz

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    Are you applying vertical center alignment to the sections? This a section property.

    Vertical Alignment in Microsoft Word
    Last edited by Charles Kenyon; 2014-01-18 at 19:26.
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    Yes exactly, each of my pages is in a section of it's own and the layut is defined as vertically centred. It always used to work.????

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