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Text alignment

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May 07, 2024 May 07, 2024

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Hi to all of you!

When I open the second box, the text does not line up with the box. I'm attempting to create two boxes with text and stack them one on top of the other so they may be buttons.

The first box appears to be "pushing" the second text.

Is there anyone who can assist me?

 

 

 

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If you need to align text from different boxes, use alignment to baseline grid. This is part of the paragraph style.

If a frame pushes away text, which is mostly used with image frames, it is due to the setting of text wrap.

If you want to avoid text wrap with a text frame, like overlaying text on an image, choose cmd/ctrl+B > activate ignore text wrap. Create an object style for that purpose, as you should always design based on styles (Paragraph, Character, Object, Table and Cell Styles).

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