Laurenso
In MSWord, I use justify to align a paragraph.
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How can I justify this paragraph in beamer
```
\documentclass[14pt]{beamer}
%\usetheme{Warsaw}
\usetheme{CambridgeUS}
\usepackage{amsmath}
\begin{document}
\begin{frame}
The tetrahedron has many properties analogous to those of a triangle, including an insphere, circumsphere, medial tetrahedron, and exspheres. It has respective centers such as incenter, circumcenter, excenters, Spieker center and points such as a centroid. However, there is generally no orthocenter in the sense of intersecting altitudes.[22]
Gaspard Monge found a center that exists in every tetrahedron, now known as the Monge point: the point where the six midplanes of a tetrahedron intersect. A midplane is defined as a plane that is orthogonal to an edge joining any two vertices that also contains the centroid of an opposite edge formed by joining the other two vertices.
\end{frame}
\end{document}
```
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How can I use justify all frame in beamer?

Top Answer

samcarter
You can use the `\justifying` macro from the `ragged2e` package:
```
\documentclass[14pt]{beamer}
%\usetheme{Warsaw}
\usetheme{CambridgeUS}
\usepackage{ragged2e}
\begin{document}
\begin{frame}
\justifying
The tetrahedron has many properties analogous to those of a triangle, including an insphere, circumsphere, medial tetrahedron, and exspheres. It has respective centers such as incenter, circumcenter, excenters, Spieker center and points such as a centroid. However, there is generally no orthocenter in the sense of intersecting altitudes.[22]
Gaspard Monge found a center that exists in every tetrahedron, now known as the Monge point: the point where the six midplanes of a tetrahedron intersect. A midplane is defined as a plane that is orthogonal to an edge joining any two vertices that also contains the centroid of an opposite edge formed by joining the other two vertices.
\end{frame}
\end{document}
```
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