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How can you justify text in Word 2007 and not have the last sentence look really spaced out? IE:

The  Last     Line        Looks      Like    This   to     fill   the    space.
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Normal justification of a paragraph does not make the last line spaced out; instead, it is normally flushed left with no extra spacing between words. The problem you describe seems to appear only when the paragraph has been terminated by a forced line break (Shift Enter) rather than normal paragraph terminator (Enter).

So clicking on the end of the last line, hitting the rubout key “←” (to remove the forced line break) and hitting Enter should fix the situation.

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Please correct me if my answer does not describe your problem perfectly, but a few minutes ago, I experienced the following:

The  Last     Line        Looks      Like    This   to     fill   the    space.          


Then to solve the problem, I only placed my cursor at the left of 'URL' and clicked 'Enter'.

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