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I'm trying to design some Warnier-Orr diagrams using MS word 2016 and Math options.

Using the "cases and stacks" brackets (Math Design tab, brackets menu, scroll down) it should be easy. However, each line of a bracket is automatically aligned as "centered" with respect to the other lines in the stack. Result is unpleasant if text is not of the same size for each of the lines of the stack. A stack is identified by the opening bracket.

I tried some "advanced" trick, like selecting from Equation Options menu the Justification: Left option, but it is like it makes no improvement at all.

Are you able to draw nice Warnier-Orr diagrams in MS Word and keen to share how?

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