How To Justify Text In Google Slides

Google Slides is an incredibly powerful tool for creating presentations. One of the capabilities of Google Slides is the ability to justify text. If you’re not familiar, text justification is a style of text alignment where both the left and right margins are aligned. It’s a clean, professional look that’s perfect for presentations. So, how do you justify text in Google Slides? Follow these easy steps and you’ll have beautifully justified text in no time.

Step-by-step Guide

  1. First, open your presentation in Google Slides. Click on the text box that contains the text you want to justify.

  2. Next, select the text you want to justify. You can do this by clicking and dragging your cursor over the text.

  3. Once your text is selected, go to the toolbar at the top of the screen. Click on the “Align” button. This button looks like lines of text aligned to both the left and right margins.

  4. After clicking the “Align” button, a dropdown menu will appear. From this menu, select the “Justify” option.

And there you have it! Your text is now justified in Google Slides. It’s worth noting that Google Slides doesn’t have a shortcut for text justification like some other text editing software. However, it’s an easy process that only takes a few clicks.


Justifying text in Google Slides is a great way to give your presentation a clean, professional look. It’s easy to do and can really improve the overall appearance of your slides. So the next time you’re working on a presentation in Google Slides, consider justifying your text for an extra touch of professionalism.