Can I center both type objects in a way they don't overlap?

New Here ,
Dec 12, 2020

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Hey there! I was wondering if it's possible when you have multiple type objects in a single text layer to center both together? Essentially ending up with the center between the two lines in the center like so (but then not just eyeballed):
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I'm assuming there isn't a function for this, but I wanted to ask the community anyways.

 

Thank you in advance!

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Select both and hit Horizontal Center.

But if you check Snap in Program monitor (wrench) you can center manually.

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Dec 13, 2020

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Hey,

 

I'm mainly asking about a vertical center, I should have made that clearer in my initial post.

Selecting both and clicking vertical center will just cause both objects to overlap.

 

The snapping is a great tip I totally had forgotten about though, so thank you!

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Hit Horizontal Center.

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