No Qualm! Just an Observation

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There is no qualm, this is just an observation in the Blogosphere.

ObservationA friend said, “You did not justify your work.” I was covered with qualm from head to toe, and I was dumbfounded. That was before I went for computer literacy. I just finished an assignment given to us, and I was elated that I typed it myself believing everything is perfect, until the bombshell from that trusted friend of mine.

Of all the sites and blogs I visit daily, only a few justify their posts.” If your post is not centralized, you need to justify it. It always looks better. In Microsoft Word, “Justify” is found under Paragraph Section, the same place where you find “Centralize.” The shortcut is “Control J.”When I first used the command on one of my post, it didn’t work, meaning the command is meant to be used on Microsoft and may be some other programmes.

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Some know how to do this, but they don’t justify their work because of time. To justify your work before posting, highlight all the texts, and take your mouse up to the place where you have the fonts, color, etc. The button to click is between “Underline” and “Text Color”, click it and that’s all.

Which one will you prefer, between the “justified” (above) and the “unjustified” below?
A friend said, “You did not justify your work.” I was covered with qualm from head to toe, and I was dumbfounded. That was before I went for computer literacy. I just finished an assignment given to us, and I was elated that I typed it myself believing everything is perfect, until the bombshell from that trusted friend of mine.
Of all the sites and blogs I visit daily, only a few justify their posts.” If your post is not centralized, you need to justify it. It always looks better. In Microsoft Word, “Justify” is found under Paragraph Section, the same place where you find “Centralize.” The shortcut is “Control J.”When I first used the command on one of my posts, it didn’t work, meaning the command is meant to be used in Microsoft Word and may be some other programs.
Some know how to do this, but they don’t justify their work because of time. To justify your work before posting, highlight all the texts, and take your mouse up to the place where you have the fonts, color, etc. The prompt to use is beside “Underline”, click it and that’s all.


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Author: Peter Adewumi

Peter Adewumi is an Amazon author of "Virtues for Riches" series, "Romantic, Inspirational & Motivational Poems," "Attributes of Successful Employees," "The End Matters Most," & "A Lonely Ward in a Comely World."

0 thoughts on “No Qualm! Just an Observation

  1. It really comes down to a matter of personal preference.
    When the people at WordPress changed the layout of the editing toolbar last time, they removed the justify option from the toolbar. (They did leave it as a keyboard shortcut option [SHIFT-ALT-J] for those of us who prefer to justify our text.) The pathetic reason they gave for removing it from the toolbar was that on certain formats it didn’t look good. (Of course, they never said which formats those were.)
    Like your friend, I think it looks more professional to justify the text, but again, it all comes down to personal preference. 🙂

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