# Vertically align 2 different sized fonts on the same line

Total noob at LaTex, but I'm learning! Trying to make the bottom of the smaller right text align with the bottom of the left text.

My LaTeX is

{\fontsize{40}{55}\selectfont Name}

\begin{minipage}[t]{14.1cm}

\flushright

Email\\

Phone Number\\

\end{minipage}

\line(1,0){500}


• Welcome! Please always post complete but minimal code i.e. can you make this into a small document we can compile to reproduce the problem? – cfr Sep 12 '16 at 2:02
• i think you want to use [b] to align the bottom baseline, not the top. – barbara beeton Sep 12 '16 at 3:19

As far as I understand:

\documentclass{article}

\begin{document}
\oddsidemargin-2cm

You have

\bigskip

{\fontsize{40}{55}\selectfont Name}

\begin{minipage}[t]{14.1cm}

\flushright

Email\\

Phone Number\\

\end{minipage}

\line(1,0){500}

\bigskip

You want to

\bigskip

{\fontsize{40}{55}\selectfont Name}
\hfill
\begin{minipage}[b]{14.1cm}

\flushright

Email\\

Phone Number\\

\end{minipage}

\line(1,0){500}

\end{document}


Your idea was correct, but there should be b bottom, not t top. And probably you want have minipage, lines etc. in some way dependend on \textwidth or \linewidth of your work.