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how to align text to the bottom of a table cell in word

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I have a Word document.  I have a table.  I enter text into the table. The text floats at the top of the field, out of the line of the underline in the adjacent field. how do I bring my table's text down into line with everything else? 

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When you create a table, and enter text in its various cells, it is always aligned to the left. The exception being that you’re typing in a language that writes from right to left in which case the text will always be aligned to the right.

To change it, 

  • Select the table or the cells within the table that you want to align to the bottom.
  • Right-click on the selected table or cells and choose "Table Properties" from the context menu.

  • In the Table Properties dialog box, go to the "Cell" tab. 

  • Under the "Vertical alignment" section, select "Bottom" from the menu.
  • Click "OK" to apply the changes.

This should align the text to the bottom of the selected table or cells in Microsoft Word.

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