Full Justify and Force Justify examples image without text frameHow can I left align text in multiple paragraphs with full justify from Horizontal alignment. the attached image refer to the challenge I am currently facing.

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Please help with expertise comments to solve the challenge.

  • If I am understanding your question. You are using "Force Justify" while you should use "Full Justify" while you should use "Full Justify".
    – hsawires
    Mar 1 '16 at 13:09
  • Hi hsawires, Thanks for your answer. I have added one more image to clarify Full and force justify challenge. This text is without text frame because I need to squeeze text manually for multiple pages. And I need paragraph line should be full justify as in last line of full justify paragraph. Please share if you have any other idea for this. This can be helpfull.
    – Devworks
    Mar 2 '16 at 6:27
  • I need to do this text justify without text frame (Artistic Text) not in text frame area (Without outer frame).
    – Devworks
    Mar 2 '16 at 9:47
  • I am afraid that it is not possible for Artistic Text as the artistic text is not designed to Handel large paragraph.
    – hsawires
    Mar 2 '16 at 10:06

The only effect that cause this problem is the presence of the manual line breaks CTRL + ENTER instead of paragraph breaks ENTER only.

To show up those breaks you should go to Text > show Non-Printable Characters or just click CTRL + SHIFT + C

you should see something like that

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So to fix that problem you should replace the manual line breaks into paragraph break manually or using an online tool doing the job for you like Line Break Removal Tool

Or just copy past your text into any text editor and find and replace for special charater as CorelDraw didnt support finding and replacing for special character.

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