How To Justify Text In Gmail

The utilization of Gmail, Google’s widely-used email service, provides an abundance of tools that facilitate effortless and efficient communication. Among these useful features is the option to justify text, which involves aligning text evenly on both the left and right sides to produce a polished and organized block of text. This feature may not be well-known, but it proves to be highly beneficial.

In this blog post, we will guide you through the process of how to justify text in Gmail in a few simple steps. Please note that this guide assumes you already know how to compose an email in Gmail. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Compose an Email

To justify text, you first need to open the Gmail application or visit the Gmail website and log into your account. Once you’re in, click on “Compose” to start drafting your email. You can write your email normally and then justify it later.

Step 2: Highlight the Text

Once you have finished writing your email, you need to highlight the text you want to justify. Simply click and drag your mouse over the text to highlight it. It should look something like this:

Highlighted Text

Step 3: Justifying the Text

After highlighting the text, look for the “More formatting options” button at the bottom of the screen (it looks like an “A” with lines next to it). Click on it to open the formatting options.

More Formatting Options

Within the formatting options, you will see the “Align” button. It should look like lines that are aligned to both margins. Click on it and then select “Justify”.

Align Button

The result should look something like this:

Justified Text


Justifying text in Gmail is a simple task that can make your emails look more professional and easier to read. With just a few clicks, you can improve the appearance of your emails and better communicate your message. Happy emailing!