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Remove space after enter

Posted on 2007-11-22
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Hi,
Simple question, I hope the answer is simple!
Word 2007 cleverly provides a paragraph space when you hit enter.
I don't want this, so how can I make it go just to the next line when I hit enter and not leave a space between lines, the same as if I were continuously typing?
Cheers John
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if it is like 2003 then go to format, paragraph,at the bottom of the dialog box there is a check box saying "don't add space between paragraphs of the same style"
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Not under 2007, but in the ribbon, one of the big formatting boxes says no space and that's the answer.
I tried your method, even as default, but next document jumps back.
So as far as I can tell, in 2007 you must click on the no space box to type as I would like.
Thanks for your response all the same
John
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