It seems that Corel Draw just fully ignores this variant having these justification options:

  • None
  • Left
  • Right
  • Center
  • Full Justify
  • Force Justify

Full Justify could have had the desired option of Left or Right bottom line alignment, but I don't find it anywhere.

Does Corel really align the bottom line only to the left?

  • I think full justify right doesn't exist on Corel Draw. Jan 24, 2015 at 4:40

4 Answers 4


I don't think it is possible in a paragraph text nither artistic text.

If I had limited number of paragraphs I would take my chances inserting a tab. If the paragraph uses a period at the end, I would use a decimal tab.


You can convert the Paragraph text to artistic text then it is possible...

  • 1
    And that means? How to do that? Please explain better! Usually a one-line-answer is not good ...
    – Mensch
    Jan 23, 2015 at 10:03

Step #1:
Select the Paragraph text
Step #2:
Press Ctrl+F8 or Right click and select "Convert to Artistic Text"
Step #3:
Now change the Alignment style to Full Justify

  • Yes, I knew about full justify (i've wrote about it initially). But this option makes, I guess, only the left-alignment for a bottom line of text. Jan 25, 2015 at 22:26

Simply follow these steps:

  1. press force justify after selecting the paragraph
  2. come on to the last line and press SPACE bar till you shift the entire last line to the corner.
  • that is not a proper way to align text
    – Luciano
    Jan 24, 2017 at 9:26

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