Justification of multiline text objects controls both text alignment and text flow relative to the text insertion point.
Justification controls both text alignment and text flow relative to the text insertion point. Text is left-justified and right-justified with respect to the boundary rectangle that defines the text width. Text flows from the insertion point, which can be at the middle, the top, or the bottom of the resulting text object.
There are nine justification settings for multiline text.
If a single word is longer than the width of the paragraph, the word will extend beyond the paragraph boundary.