The text alignment for the paragraph. If no value is specified it is assumed that the text should be left aligned.
You can specify left aligned text (eg align=left), right aligned text (eg align=right), centered text (eg align=center) or justified text (eg align=justify).
Example: <p align="justify">@TextFieldTwo@</p>
This script would both right and left justify the text contained in the TextFieldTwo.
You can specify a specific width for a block of text. For example, if you have three phone numbers (phone, mobile, fax) to list together on a business card, you may want to have them set up so that the numbers are aligned.
Without the fixedwidth attribute, it would look like this:
However, by adding the fixedwidth attribute, you can make the phone numbers align. Here is an example of what you could put in the field scripting area, if “phone,” “mobile,” and “fax” are all field names in your template. This would set the part of the line in the STYLERUN area to be in a space of fixed width.
Using this fixedwidth attribute would look like this:
Please note that the fixedwidth attribute will only work successfully with a font has has a fixed-width for horizontal character size. It will not work on fonts with proportional character widths. The Cousine font that is part of any eDocBuilder template is a fixed-width font. Some font families have a fixed-width face, but most do not.