eliminating paragraph marks  
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Kactus





PostPosted: Mon Oct 23 12:25:02 CDT 2006 Top

MS Word Doc >> eliminating paragraph marks

I don't know what I did, but now paragraph marks and spaces for dots appear
on the screen, but don't print. In certain situations, it could be useful.

a. How do I turn it off
b. How do I turn it on.

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IdahoWordMan





PostPosted: Mon Oct 23 12:25:02 CDT 2006 Top

MS Word Doc >> eliminating paragraph marks On your Standard toolbar, there should be a little paragraph mark (¶). Click
it to toggle between showing and not showing the invisible characters.

Hope this helps.

Fred




> I don't know what I did, but now paragraph marks and spaces for dots appear
> on the screen, but don't print. In certain situations, it could be useful.
>
> a. How do I turn it off
> b. How do I turn it on.
 
 
jezzica85





PostPosted: Mon Oct 23 12:27:03 CDT 2006 Top

MS Word Doc >> eliminating paragraph marks What you must have done is hit the button to display non-printing format
marks. To turn that off and on, there is a button right to the left of the
zoom magnification on the toolbar. If you mouse over it it says "Show/hide
paragraph marks."
Jezzica85



> I don't know what I did, but now paragraph marks and spaces for dots appear
> on the screen, but don't print. In certain situations, it could be useful.
>
> a. How do I turn it off
> b. How do I turn it on.
 
 
Suzanne





PostPosted: Mon Oct 23 12:52:54 CDT 2006 Top

MS Word Doc >> eliminating paragraph marks See http://word.mvps.org/FAQs/Formatting/NonPrintChars.htm for some reasons
why you might often find it helpful to see these "nonprinting characters" or
"formatting marks."

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
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> I don't know what I did, but now paragraph marks and spaces for dots
appear
> on the screen, but don't print. In certain situations, it could be
useful.
>
> a. How do I turn it off
> b. How do I turn it on.