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Paragraph formatting

The following paragraph formatting commands are supported.
Command
Description
Notes
\pard
Reset paragraph formatting to default.
textPs= only
\ql
Left-align text.
Default.
\qr
Right-align text.
\qc
Center text horizontally.
\qj
Justify text horizontally.
textPs= only
\lastql
Left-align the last line of a paragraph.
Default; textPs= only; ignored if \qj is not active.
\lastqr
Right-align the last line of a justified paragraph.
textPs= only; ignored if \qj is not active.
\lastqc
Center the last line of a justified paragraph.
textPs= only; ignored if \qj is not active.
\lastqj
Sustify (stretch) the last line of a justified paragraph.
textPs= only; ignored if \qj is not active.
\fi N
First line indent.
Twips; textPs= only.
\li N
Left indent.
Twips; textPs= only.
\ri N
Right indent.
Twips; textPs= only.
\sl N
Space between lines.
0 (default) for automatic line spacing; positive values to only use value if larger than default line spacing; negative value to force spacing.
\slmult N
Line spacing multiple flag.
Set to 0 (default) if \sl is in twips, to 1 if \sl is in multiples of the default spacing.
\sb N
Extra space before paragraph.
Twips; text= applies \sb to the first paragraph in the text box, textPs= does not.
\sa N
Extra space after paragraph.
Twips; text= applies \sa to the last paragraph in the text box, textPs= does not.