October 1, 1979 FORMATTING EDIT CODES
justified tab


!-U-


!-U- justified tab ________________________
The text between this code and the next edit code that starts a
new line, is right and left justified between the tab position
specified by <col> and the right-margin.


!-U<col>-
*n
x


<col>....this parameter controls the column which the printer
tabs to before printing the text. It defaults to the
next index (x).
*n.......move to absolute column n+1 (i.e., !-t*0-
moves to column 1)
x........the value of the xth entry in the table
defined by the !+SETTAB+ alter code (1-10).
These values default to every ten spaces
(1=10, 2=20,...10=100).
NOTES _____
This code establishes a temporary left-margin at the tab
position, or if Table Mode is in effect, a temporary
left-margin at the tab position and a temporary right-margin at
the right table column boundary.
This tab is typically used in tables where text must be left
and right justified (see the !+TABLE+ alter code and the !-T-
edit code for more information).
RESTRICTIONS ____________
This code should not be used in Multi-Column Mode _________________________________________________.
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EXPAND line


!-X-


!-X- expand line ______________________
This code forces the line to be expanded (right justified) when
FULLPRINTed.


!-X-


NOTES _____
This code would generally be used to force normal justification
on the last line before a !-N- or !-S- code (rather than
leaving a sentence fragment that is justified only on the
left).
RESTRICTIONS ____________
The effect of any !-X- code does not exceed the physical line
of the printout in which it appears.
EXAMPLES ________
This is a normal sentence. __________________________
This is a normal sentence.
!-X-This is an example of an !(0expanded!) sentence. ____________________________________________________
expanded This is an example of an ________ sentence.
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