MS Word 2010 file with weird behavior

Hi,
I have received a MS Word 2010 for translation but lots of first letters in the sentences appear too far at the right.

Why does this happen?

Could someone please help me get the first letters of sentences back to the left?

Please see the attached picture.MS Word 2010 issu
BrejinskiAsked:
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ZamZ0Commented:
Can you check the paragraph/indentation settings? It would also be helpful if you could post the document itself.
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BrejinskiAuthor Commented:
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ZamZ0Commented:
Right click in the page above or below the body of text, Select adjust list indents, change the 'Follow Number With' from Tab to Nothing
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BrejinskiAuthor Commented:
Thanks ZamZ0, but I still can't find this option. In fact, I'm dealing with MS Word 2003.

Could you please try to send me a screen capture with more details?
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ZamZ0Commented:
You have to right click one one of the List titles (I. Scope, II. General, etc)

I've also attached a saved version of the one I edited.

You might also try looking here to see if you can find a Word 2003 version of what I showed you:

1.Select the bulleted list or numbered list items.
2.On the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering.
3.Click either the Bulleted or Numbered tab.
4.Click the list format that matches your list's existing bulleted list or numbered list format.
5.Click Customize.
6.Do one of the following:
If you're formatting a bulleted list, select the options you want under Bullet position and Text position.
If you're formatting a numbered list, select the options you want under Number position and Text position.
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BrejinskiAuthor Commented:
ZamZ0, I guess you forgot the attachment...
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ZamZ0Commented:
It shows attached on my end, there were 3 separate files. Here I will try again:

the menu itselffinding the menutest.doc
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BrejinskiAuthor Commented:
Do you know by any chance how this works in MS Word 2003?
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ZamZ0Commented:
1.Select the bulleted list or numbered list items.
2.On the Format menu, click Bullets and Numbering.
3.Click either the Bulleted or Numbered tab.
4.Click the list format that matches your list's existing bulleted list or numbered list format.
5.Click Customize.
6.Do one of the following:
If you're formatting a bulleted list, select the options you want under Bullet position and Text position.
If you're formatting a numbered list, select the options you want under Number position and Text position.

The problem in your document was that instead of Followed by a Space it was set to Followed by a Tab. I don't know if that option is accessible in 2003 but you can check here and play with these settings:

http://www.officetooltips.com/word_2003/tips/customizing_numbered_lists.html
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Paul SauvéRetiredCommented:
You have a tab at 9.89" - you can't see it because it's off the page.

Format menu -> Tabs option

Remove the tab on each line with Roman numerals...
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