Is there a way to keep formatting marks (paragraph markers, etc. all besides hidden text) in a Word document while keeping the content and pagination intact? Right now, formatting marks in a Word document are causing the WYSISYG on-screen to NOT appear like the outputted hard copies from an HP LaserJet 4300. The text content is shifted due to the formatting marks in the document, thus making the document more lengthy than is actually is. Hiding the formatting marks, however, make the document on-screen appear like the hard copy printed output.
So, in summary, can formatting marks and the WYSISYG formatting in Word for printed copies co-exist, and if so, how would this be attained? Thanks.