You can center the wheel and bring the car into alignment but it’s going to take some careful and repeated adjustments of the tie rods.
This means that once the toe is correct and if the wheel is off-center you need to screw one side a certain number of turns and the other side out the same number of turns.
It’s best to leave the lock nuts loose. Start the car, turn the wheels one way or the other, and adjust a tie rod. Turn the wheels the other way and adjust the other tie rod the same number of turns in the opposite direction. Wash, rinse, repeat until correct.
It would be a lot easier to just have the alignment checked but if you insist on DIY (nothing wrong with that) then it will be more time consuming.
Also make sure you have about the same number of threads showing on each side. Some people have been known to go too far with one side or the other and leave the steering knuckle hanging by 4 or 5 threads. That is highly dangerous.