Thanks. That's how I do it. But the reason I want to know alignment, is that I sometimes want to know how it lines up against the text in the document. Hey, I don't need to know that, I just want to. And using tabs to get the part of the header over to the right margin isn't quite exact. It's not the same as honest right justification. It's better to use breaking and non-breaking spaces. But when I use those and want to verify where the text is on the line, I can't tell how it really looks.
Here is some advice that works very nicely to get cleaner alignment in headers and footers. I got the below advice from a Word list I'm on.
The end result is that, with a few keystrokes, you can guarantee that whatever you need to type is properly aligned in whatever way you want.
Here's a sample.
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