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Odd title, wasn't sure how to word it. Basically, I have two separate fonts I want to be on the same line, for resume purposes. My name is in a large font at the top, and I want my email and website address right-aligned directly beside it, one on top of the other. However, I want the email and website to combine to the same height as my name.

Title and email

Is this even possible with Word? Surely it is. Here is an awesome graphic of what I'm hoping for. Thanks!

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up vote 4 down vote accepted

Use a table to get the layout you are looking for. Create a table with 1 row and 2 columns. Then split the right column into 2 rows. Insert text as needed and adjust accordingly.

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I'd also add to remove the borders. i.e. Rightclick, Borders and Shading, None, OK. – Ryan_S Sep 19 '12 at 3:58

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