So I am creating an editable printable recipe divider. On that divider, I've got a text field. I put text in it in the Oswald font and size 60, all is good. Selected multi-line. That works. But I need the text to be vertically aligned middle (got it horizontally aligned center, so that's good). That way, if the text is only one line, it'll be vertically centered middle; if two, still vertically centered middle. How do I get it to do this? I am currently using the trial version on a Windows computer if that helps. Thank you!
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You have to set up the field to allow rich text formatting. After you enter the text, you can select it and display the Properties toolbar (Ctrl+E), which will have a More button, which will lead to a window with a Paragraph tab, which will include a vertical alignment button.
Thank you so much fot your answer! As I see it is the only one solution for such a simple task. I'm so surprised that Adobe Acrobat still miss this option.
Although a solution has been provided for you, the fact is that Acrobat is absolutely not a layout program or word processor. The text features within Acrobat are primarily for after-the-fact text touch-up / edit. For what you are attempting, Adobe InDesign or Adobe Illustrator or even Microsoft Word would be a much better solution. And from each of those programs you can save/export PDF.
This answer is wrong. All you need to do is change the field to NOT multi-line. It will then vertically center.
You're right. Thanks for the simple solution
Only for single-line content. The moment you select 'multi-line', it aligns top.
The answer wasn't wrong but perfect but just for another issue still related to vertical alignment. I needed vertical top alignment not centered vertical alignment and I was stuck until I got that answer. Actually, the only one I found about this issue when googling.