Select multiple text or shape layers within a graphic and align or distribute them from the Essential Graphics panel.
You can align layers by their top edges, vertical centers, bottom edges, left edges, horizontal centers, or right edges.
You can also distribute objects vertically or horizontally, or distribute the spacing between them.
If you haven’t already, switch to the Graphics and Titles workspace. Select your text or shape layers in the Essential Graphics panel, and see the align and distribute options available.
You can only use the Distribute and Distribute Spacing options with a minimum of three objects. When selecting only one or two objects the buttons are greyed out.
Select the layers in the Essential Graphics panel and click the align icons in the Edit tab.
When you have only one layer selected, using the align buttons aligns the shape or text layer to the video frame. When you have two or more layers selected, the buttons align the layers in relation to each other.
Use the Distribute options to move text or shape objects in the Program Monitor so that their centers are equally distant from each other.
Use the Distribute Spacing options to move text or shape objects in the Program Monitor so that their edges are equally distant from each other.
When distributing three objects, only the inner object moves, so that the distance to the outer objects is equally distributed.