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How do I unjustify the last line of a justified paragrah witho
I have this same problem. Hitting enter makes a new paragraph with an extra
line below that I do not want. I cannot seem to unjustify a short 2 word
> Click at the end of the last line of the paragraph and press the Enter key.
> "jcs1317" wrote:
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- The last line of a paragraph is never justified unless you have applied the
"Distribute Text" property (Ctrl+Shift+J) instead of Justify (Ctrl+J). But
if the "paragraph" actually ends with a line break, then the last line will
be justified. If the problem is cured by pressing Enter, that that is
undoubtedly the situation you have. You need to display nonprinting
characters so you can see what you're dealing with; see
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> I have this same problem. Hitting enter makes a new paragraph with an
> line below that I do not want. I cannot seem to unjustify a short 2 word
> last line...
> "garfield-n-odie" wrote:
it.#1; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 12:15:00 GMT