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In vertical allignment, the dif. bettwen Justify and Distributed?
 
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When formating the vertical alignment of a cell, what's the difference bettwen Justify and Distributed?
I've made some tests but didn't understand the diference!!
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You can find the explanation from this link
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yahya yahya is offline In vertical allignment, the dif. bettwen Justify and Distributed? Windows XP In vertical allignment, the dif. bettwen Justify and Distributed? Office 2007
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Default difference between justify & distributed (vertical alignment in Excel)

Philos Hippos, please do another test: enter 1 word in a cell, 2 words in another cell and 3 words in a third cell. Format these 3 cells, so that they will have Distributed vertical alignment. Length of the words and column widths should be such that there will be one word per line. Now make a copy of these cells and format them, so that they will have Justify vertical alignment.

You will see that the difference is apparent only in the cells with a single word: Justify aligns it at the top whereas Distributed centers it vertically.
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