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FilledSmallSquare TextJustification is an option for Cell which specifies how much lines of text can be stretched in order to make them be the same length.

FilledSmallSquare TextJustification->0 does no stretching, and leads to ragged text boundaries.

FilledSmallSquare TextJustification->1 does full justification, and forces all complete lines to be the same length.

FilledSmallSquare No stretching is done on lines that end with explicit Return characters.

FilledSmallSquare With settings for TextJustification between 0 and 1, partial justification is done.

FilledSmallSquare With TextJustification->s, Mathematica will take the amount by which each broken line is shorter than PageWidth, and then insert within the line a total amount of space equal to s times this.

FilledSmallSquare If TextJustification is not 0, the standard Mathematica front end will dynamically adjust the lengths of lines as you enter text.

FilledSmallSquare See Section 2.11.10.

FilledSmallSquare See also: TextAlignment, Hyphenation, PageWidth, AutoSpacing, ButtonExpandable.

FilledSmallSquare New in Version 3.