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Posted on 2014-09-29
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when i type -> or -->  i used to get a regular right arrow.  i.e. not bold.  Now I get a bold right arrow.  Also, when I hit return, it deletes the entry.  Any ideas how to get it back the way it was?
Using MS Word 2010, Windows 7 Enterprise, 32 bit
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Hi,

 In File / Options / Proofing / AutoCorrect Options / Math AutoCorrect

Pls tick Use AutoCorrect Rules Outside of math regions

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I tried that but did not seem to make any changes, i.e. right arrow still appears bold.
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In File / Options / Proofing / AutoCorrect Options / AutoFormat as You type

Apply as you type

Untick Automatic bulleted list
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actually, i waited about 20 minutes.  then, tried your setting again and it worked this time.  thanks so much!
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thanks so much!
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