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    Default Left/right justify in schedule headers?

    Is there a way to adjust the justification of the text in the schedule headers, more specificly the view name header? I've been through all the settings but have not seen any control for this. Thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Left/right justify in schedule headers?

    I've never found a way. Frustrating

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    Default Re: Left/right justify in schedule headers?

    The best I can come up with is hitting spacebar after the last word in your heading then typing a period. i.e. Door Schedules Notes. <---> .
    and adjusting the spacing accordingly to the length of your schedule left (or right) justification.
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