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Q2001 How do I make a line longer, e.g. how can I stretch a line to fit the entire page?

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You mean an <HR> line? I don't know that you can get it completely from side to side, but try adding WIDTH="100%" right after the HR inside the >. Lower percentages make it smaller, obviously. You can also add heights 1 through 6 to the same command. You can make it pretty big and wide.

The following was submitted by Dan Souza

If you're refering to a line of text, use the "justify" attribute with the <div> tag. This is only supported by version 4 or higher browsers

<div align="justify">Your Text here</div>

The text between the open and close <div> tags will stretch accross the page.

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