Select a tool from the Align menu by clicking Tools > Align. Select a group of annotations, then right-click on one of them, select Align, and then select one of the alternatives. The selected annotation will be aligned with the others.
Choose an object by clicking on it, or select several objects. Click the Arrange tab in the Format sidebar. Select an option from the Align pop-up menu. If you pick two or more items, they will align with the object that is facing the most in the direction you chose.
Hold down Shift, select the items to be aligned, and then select the Shape Format tab. Select Align > Align to Slide. Click Align, and then select the desired alignment. Repeat for other shapes or text boxes.
Ctrl + E — Center the selected text or line. Ctrl + R — Right-align chosen text or line. Indent the paragraph using Ctrl + M. Unindent the paragraph using Ctrl + Shift + M.
Modify the text alignment.
To modify the alignment of any chosen cell, use one of the shortcut keys. Highlight the text and press Ctrl + Shift + L to align it to the left. To center it vertically, press Alt + Ctrl + L.
Text in a cell should be aligned.
Select the text to be centered, and then select Paragraph from the Format menu. Change the option in the Alignment box to Centered on the Indents and Spacing tab, and then click OK. This method works for aligned text as well as single-line and multiline paragraphs.