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How to distribute labels text evenly

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Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021

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I make labels using cricut design space but have been told to use in design or illustrator instead. Im trying to find a way to make the text of the labels stay the same font size regardless of length of word. So, when I type Shampoo it's a smaller font size as its a bigger word but if I type in Rice and put it the same font size it turns out much bigger as its less letters is there anyway of rectifying this? Or a different software I can use?

 

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 24, 2021 Mar 24, 2021
you need to use paragraph styles with object styles. you nest the paragraph style in the object style you apply the object style to the tabs.  your other option, i think. would be to make a nested paragraph style where you tell it to apply a specific style based on the number of characters. 

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you need to use paragraph styles with object styles. you nest the paragraph style in the object style

 

you apply the object style to the tabs. 

 

your other option, i think. would be to make a nested paragraph style where you tell it to apply a specific style based on the number of characters. 

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