What you need to know first: Centering
(See also: Layout: Page Codes: Vertical Centering and Vertical Bottom)
Codes Used: [vcs] and [vce]
Keystroke: (None at present)
What does it do?
It vertically centers text on a page.
Where would it be used?
To vertically centre a Title Page, for example. Note carefully that the [vce] Code must be placed AFTER the page break Code. However, it is possible to omit this code if the whole document is to be vertically centered.
Usage in DBT:
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Produces in Braille:
(Please note: The following will be produced with an equal number (where possible) of blank lines above and below the text)
Let us explain!
The [hds] and [hde] codes will center text horizontally on the page, while the [vcs] and [vce] codes will center the text vertically. Note also that the [vce] code must come after a page break [pg...] command. (You do not HAVE to use the [hds] and [hde] codes if you do not require horizontal centering.