# Text justification in mla-paper package

What command should I use to justify the entire text, both right and left, in mla-paper style package.

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A minimal example for sure will help to figure out a solution. –  Thorsten Donig Oct 10 '11 at 9:11
The style does justify the text. You may have a `\raggedright`, `\centering`, or `\raggedleft` command not protected by a group. –  egreg Oct 10 '11 at 10:33
Note that MLA style explicitly forbids any justification and hyphenation. (Which kinda takes the fun out of LaTeX, but still.) –  doncherry Oct 10 '11 at 11:36

## 1 Answer

• Try to locate the place of a possibly existing `\raggedright`, `\raggedleft`, `\centering` or a command with similar effect. As egreg commented, protect it by a group, such as by curly braces or `\begingroup` ... `\endgroup` or a LaTeX environment.

• If you don't find that place, you can still solve it by loading the `ragged2e` package and using its command `\justifying`. This command switches back to justified text after ragged text has been switched on.

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