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pressing enter inserts a new paragraph!

Posted on 2014-03-19
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hey guys,

sorry if this question is really silly - but when i was typing an email, i must have pressed something such that each time i press an enter or when i typed till the end of the line and continued to type more, it continues on a new paragraph. or it continues 2 lines below.

i'm not sure why this is happening but here is the email.

Question: why is this happening and what keyboard shortcut must i have pressed for this to happen? i'm using outlook 2007 by the way
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jayakrishnabh earned 500 total points
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select the text and then select Normal style formatting
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ok got it, thanks jayakrishnabh!
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