# Opposite of the command \hfill

The command \hfill align to right, but if i want to align to the left what command i must use?

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\newcommand{\HRule}[1]{\hfill \rule{0.2\linewidth}{#1}} % Horizontal rule at the bottom of the page, adjust width here

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\begin{flushleft}
flush left\\
\colorbox{grey}{
\parbox[t]{1.0\linewidth}{
\centering \fontsize{50pt}{80pt}\selectfont % The first argument for fontsize is the font size of the text and the second is the line spacing - you may need to play with these for your particular title
\vspace*{0.7cm} % Space between the start of the title and the top of the grey box

\hfill \LaTeX \\
\hfill Title \\
\hfill Template\par

\vspace*{0.7cm} % Space between the end of the title and the bottom of the grey box
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\vfill % Space between the title box and author information

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{\large
\hfill John Smith \\
\hfill University Name \\
\hfill Department Name \\
\hfill \texttt{http://www.johnsmith.com} \\

\HRule{1pt}} % Horizontal line, thickness changed here
\end{flushleft}
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\clearpage % Whitespace to the end of the page

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That's not the meaning of \hfill. Please show more clearly what you need to accomplish. –  egreg Jun 2 '12 at 12:50
You are confused. \hfill has no left or right preference. Can you give a more detailed explanation of what you are trying to accomplish? –  Harald Hanche-Olsen Jun 2 '12 at 12:50
Oh, now the question was edited. Perhaps the answer is this: Just put \hfill to the right of the thing you want to align, rather than to its left? But only context can show if this is the right answer. –  Harald Hanche-Olsen Jun 2 '12 at 12:52
@all i have added the code ! i want to put all to left ! i want also to ask you why the left margin is bigger then the right margin.. Thanks ! :) –  FormlessCloud Jun 3 '12 at 15:02
Why are you using \centering if you want everything to the left? \begin{flushleft}...\end{flushleft} is what you seem to need. –  egreg Jun 3 '12 at 15:06

As noted in the comments \hfill doesn't have a left or right preference

 \noindent aaa \hfill bbb


aaa is pushed to the left and bbb is pushed to the right equally.

Normally though you don't want this at all but something like

\begin{flushright}
flush right\\
text
\end{flushright}

\begin{flushleft}
flush left\\
text
\end{flushleft}

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@Tobi, thanks :-) –  David Carlisle Jun 2 '12 at 19:09
Your welcome. Maybe you’d like to add a few word’s about \raggedright/\raggedleft?! –  Tobi Jun 2 '12 at 21:40