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Address block in Goldmine letter won't retain single line spacing

Posted on 2011-09-15
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I created a letter template in Microsoft Word and added it to Document Center in Goldmine. The address block appears to be in either 1.5 line spacing or double spacing and I need it to be in single line spacing. I have opened the letter template and edited it, formatting the address block to single line spacing, but after saving the template, when I view it in Goldmine or reopen the template file in Microsoft Word, the formatting goes back to how it was (not single line spacing).
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can you attach a blank document with the inserted address code please
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fieldcodes.docx
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it appears you only need to change the document style

select the address area and select the style "no spacing"

I have attached one i re-formatted this way

Its not a goldmine template issue, i think its just word !! :-)
fieldcodes.docx
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Thanks. Where can I find Style?
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I use Office 2010. I see a Styles section in the ribbon, but there's no option saying "no spacing"
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