If you use MS Word to write your official documents or for your writing assignments, you would want to align your paragraphs to make your document or write up look more professional. Therefore, you use the Paragraph option located under the Home tab in Word to neatly arrange your paragraphs using bullets, numbering, alignment, indent, line & spacing, shading, borders, sort, show/hide, and justify.
Using the Justify option would ensure that the spaces between the Words are adjusted, thereby, aligning the text compared to a column. All you need to do is to select the desired paragraph and click the Justify button and you are done. But what if, you are trying to Justify some paragraphs in your documentary it doesn’t work. That’s quite a common issue and hence, nothing to worry about. We have a quick fix for this issue. Let’s find out.
How to Fix Justify Text/Paragraph Not Working Issue in MS Word Using Find Option
Step 1: Open the desired MS Word document, select the Paragraph you want to justify, then click on the Find option on the upper right corner of the document, and select Advanced Find.
Step 2: In the Advanced Find prompt, click on the Replace Tab. In the Find box, enter ^p and click on Replace All.
*Note – Press Shift key + the number 6 to get the ^ symbol. Also, the Replace with field should be empty.
Step 3:In the next prompt. Click on No.
Step 4: Click on the Close button.
Now, fix any space errors in the document and you are done.