There are not any actual corrections for exterior door alignment. Some fit carpenters will shim the hinges, but the door is just compromised by that. Generally, door issues occur when the doorpost or the door is out of square. The lone way to align a do-or forever would be to remove it by reducing it somewhat and make the corrections. In case your do or will not close correctly or sticks, you re-align it in about an hour and can go away.
Open and shut the door where the door contacts the jamb, as you find the factors. Create a pencil mark where the jamb touches. Follow up the line until the door make another mark and veers from the jamb.
The hinge pins up and from the hinges using a hammer as well as a nail set. Take away in the jamb and put it across two saw-horses. Draw a line 1/8 inch from the border between the two marks that you created.
Install an 80-grit belt on a belt sander. Hold the border of the door off involving the marks up to the line to the sander horizontally and sand. It is okay to taper it somewhat from the initial symbol to the mark that is next.
Hang the door again on the hinges. Assess the fit. Repetition fitting, sanding and indicating without sticking, before the door closes if it sticks.