Centralise - What does centralise mean?
To gather something to a centre. In templates, to centralise means to align text, images, or objects to the centre of a page (according to the page margins) or the object in which they sit (such as a table or grid). If more text is added or an image or object is enlarged, the centre of the item remains in the middle of the page or table and expands out from that point. The centralisation tool is useful when setting up a template, as it forces text or images to sit within the centre of a cell and should allow for greater control over the alignment of the final printed product (as the design should end up placed in the centre of each label).Go Back to Glossary