# Text is not justified after adding a picture

My text was justified by its width as it should be. But after adding the picture it was its left and right borders became not right.

How can I fix it?

Here is the code snippet:

\section{Samples}

\subsection{Schedule Application }

...First subsection text1 (see Fig.1)

\vskip 1em
\centering
\begin{figure}[H]
\includegraphics[width=0.425\textwidth]{Schedule4.eps}

\caption{Schedule application scheme}
\label{fig_sim2}
\end{figure}

...First subsection text2 (see Fig.2)

\vskip 1em
\begin{figure}[H]
\includegraphics[width=0.425\textwidth]{ScheduleForms.eps}

\caption{Schedule application UI form}
\label{fig_sim2}
\end{figure}

\vskip 1em

\subsection{Application with authorization}

\vskip 1em

...Second subsection text1

\vskip 1em
\begin{figure}[H]

\includegraphics[width=0.425\textwidth]{Volunteer.eps}

\caption{Application with authorization scheme}
\label{fig_sim}
\end{figure}

...Second subsection text2

\vskip 1em
\begin{figure}[H]
\includegraphics[width=0.425\textwidth]{555.eps}

\caption{UbiqMobile screens}
\label{fig_sim2}
\end{figure}

• you have put \centering tag in side text \vskip 1em \begin{figure}[H] \centering\includegraphics[width=0.425\textwidth]{Schedule4.eps} \caption{Schedule application scheme} \label{fig_sim2} \end{figure} Apr 17 '19 at 4:02
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– Mico
Apr 17 '19 at 4:48

By placing the \centering instruction outside of the figure environments, you've made its scope global. Clearly, that's not what you want.
• remove the \centering instruction that occurs before the first \begin{figure} statement, and
• if and as needed, insert new \centering instructions inside the \figure environments.
A separate comment: Your document appears to have a lot of visual formatting directives of the form \vskip 1em. Instead of pursuing such a tedious and, likely, error-prone approach, you'd be better off tweaking some global parameters. Feel free to post a new query, to illustrate what you're doing at the moment and asking for suitable tweaks to that you no longer need to concern yourself with all those visual formatting directives.