If you know exactly where on the page you want to align a text box and title, a navigation bar, or a gallery of images, etc., and you want to repeat the alignment layout on multiple pages, using Tab Guides will save time and trouble.
You can draw horizontal and vertical Tab Guides by setting tab stops in the X or Y Ruler. (For more information, see Tab Guides.) Tab Guides will appear as horizontal or vertical green dotted lines across the Work Window. Then, you can select an object or group of objects and click a button in the Align Bar to automatically position the selection against the Tab Guides.
You can move a Tab Guide by clicking it in the Ruler and dragging it either left or right.
Create a group of objects. For more information, see Group Objects.
To move the selection to the next nearest horizontal Tab Guide up or down, click the Align Top Edge button: or the Align Bottom Edge button: in the Align Bar, OR press the ALT+Up Arrow or ALT+Down Arrow keyboard shortcuts
To move the selection so that its center aligns with the next nearest vertical Tab Guide or the vertical center of the target display resolution, click the Horizontal Align Center button:
To move the selection so that its center aligns with the next nearest horizontal Tab Guide or the horizontal center of the target display resolution, click the Vertical Align Center button:
If no tab stops have been set, alignment operations will align selection edges with the left, right, top, or bottom Target Resolution Guide Borders, depending upon which alignment direction is chosen.
To remove a single Tab Guide:
The tab stop and its associated Tab Guide will be removed.
To remove all Tab Guides:
The Guide/Display Options dialog box will open.
All tab stops and their associated Tab Guides will be removed.
Any objects aligned at a Tab Guide will remain in place after a Tab Guide is removed.