Tabs can be set as part of a paragraph style. Have you done that or did you try to set each line individually?
> I have tried adjusting each indivual line ...
Select all three lines at once and then adjust the tabs. You will initially see mixed tab stops; just select "Clear all" so you can see what you are doing.
Your first screen shot shows the settings for your second (correct) tab. Neither shows what you have for your first tab. Since you are not you styles, select all three lines (or use shift+return at the end of the first two to make them one paragraph).
I suggest a decimal tab for the tab type, with the pipe character instead of the default period for the Align On, as shown below:
(If this does not work, please select your paragraphs PLUS the tab stop and post another screen shot.)
I'm not sure exactly what I did lol. But this definitely put me on the right path. Thank you
The "Test_1 - Blue" para style is the common use in such a case!
The decimal teb is interesting if you totally use it [see my "Test_2 - Red" para style]
The "Test_3 - Green" para style is cool because it will be able to manage a multi-lines para ["Shading" feature]
Finally, the "Test_4 - Black" para style is the most powerful [personalized pipe aspect] using an extra feature provided by "ParagrahBorder" plugin! …
As usual, I have learned something from the Jedi.
Starting with #4. I see that I can download the trial and play with it—the borders won't print or export—and then decide if I want to spend $25. Do you use it?
If that's done with shading, I will try to play with that when I am not on my iPad. I like the look of one long line.
#1 and #2
I am not seeing the difference?
Yes, I use it since its beginning! It's very powerful if you need to have a stroke around parts of text as here (screenshots below).
If the text moves, nothing to do! It's totally automatic.
About the specificity of #2, I use only one tab, not 2. The pipe is included in the decimal tab. It's not the case in your screenshot!