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Two lines on <CR> in Word 2003

Posted on 2011-02-28
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Hi, on one computer every time you hit return it jumps 2 spaces. Can't see anything obvious in paragraph settings.

Any ideas?

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What do you have for format paragraph and the line spacing on the subject pc?

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The most obvious to me is the setting for Space After. Have you checked that?

Are there two paragraphs created (show with the ¶ button)?
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Hi - line before/after set to Auto - set both to 0pt and it's sorted.
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