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Stretching text within a certain size box

I would like to stretch some text within a certain size box, say two inches (I'm not sure yet how large I want the box to be). I came across this example to stretch text across the entire page: ...
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1answer
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Using letterspacing for better justification

According to R. Bringhurst's "The Elements of Typographic Style" (version 3.1, 2004, pp. 190-192), the best justification is achieved by a combination of three methods: flexibly altering the space ...
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Keeping the distance between mathematical symbols consistent?

In order to make text flushed both left and right, latex adjusts the distance between words, and to a lesser extent, the distance between characters within a word. This is good, however it also ...
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fully stretch text horizontally on page

Is there a way to fully stretch one line of text on the full width of the page, without manually setting the letter spacing, no matter how many characters on the line?
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Center-justify with hrule above and below

On my title page, I have something like this: \rule{\linewidth}{0.25mm}\\[0.25cm] \huge \textbf{This is my title, it is somewhat long and split over two lines!}\\[0.25cm] \normalsize ...