By default, the paragraphs in the Word2007 document are vertically aligned to top. This alignment enables Word document content to be aligned at the top of a section, if no section is the entire document, and applies to most situations. The user can set the vertical alignment according to the actual needs, as described in the following procedure:
Step 1th, open the Word2007 document window and switch to the page layout ribbon. In the Page Setup group, click the Display Page Setup dialog box button, as shown in Figure 2008121201.
Figure 2008121201 Click the Show Page Setup dialog box button
Triple Recommendation: Click for free Download the latest version of WPS Office software "to see more computer tutorials
Step 2nd, in the Open Page Setup dialog box, switch to the Layout tab. In the page area, click the vertical alignment drop-down triangle button. Select the Align Top, center, justify, or bottom alignment options in the open vertical alignment Drop-down list, and click OK, as shown in Figure 2008121202 below. "."
Figure 2008121202 Selecting vertical alignment