How can I center/right/left align text in LyX? In Microsoft Word, I can just click the 3 buttons on the toolbar.
Horizontal alignment is associated with a paragraph style in LyX. Select the paragraph, click
Click OK or Apply for the selection to take effect. Checking Immediate Apply allows one to toggle and visualize the difference between selected options.
For inserting horizontal fill (or
Upon clicking OK, your document will show the horizontal fill as a stretchable dotted line which shrinks/expands to fit the window
and eventually typesets/compiles to
A similar output would have been obtain through the insertion of "TeX code":
Select all the lines that you need to align (middle/left/right). Then right click and under text style select structure Now, the whole part is one structure Again select this complete structure Next, use paragraph settings to align the texts :)
The simple and fastest way is: once you are in the desired place just click on the "TEX" button (next to the hyperlink one) and in the box just add the following:
To have dots between just do:
And to have a line:
You can find more information here: http://www.personal.ceu.hu/tex/spacebox.htm