Any object in a drawing can be aligned to any other object in a drawing. Although you will probably do this most often with text, you can also align rectangles, polylines, etc.
Drawing View moves each selected object so that each one lines up with the left most, right most, top most or bottom most object in the group of selected objects.
When you align a text object Left, Right or Center, you also change the text justification to match. For example, if you use the Align Center command on a group of objects, the text objects are aligned by setting their insert points to the center line used in the alignment and also updating their horizontal justification to Center.
When you center align a text box object, the extents or the box of the object is centered and the text within the text box is center justified. Left and right aligning a text box produces similar results with left and right justification within the box.
TPC does not allow you to modify survey lines with commands like break, trim, or extend. You must modify the line in the traverse that created it.
Working with Drawing Objects
Selecting Drawing Objects
Spacing Drawing Objects