[bksvol-discuss] Re: OT, microsoft word help

  • From: "Donna Smith" <donnafsmith@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 17:34:17 -0400

Hi Amber.  My best guess is that MS Word is doing that incredibly
aggravating thing of autoformatting based on the pattern you have
established.  So if you did some paragraphs which you started with a tab,
then it will just start automatically tabbing when you press enter twice to
start a new paragraph.  You can probably turn this off, but I don't know
how.  However, if you press tab and hear that you're one inch from the edge,
then just backspace once and remove what is essentially the second tab-the
first one was automatically put in for you and the second one you put in







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I am working on a paper for grad school.  for some reason, in this
particular paper, in certain paragraphs, when I hit the tab key to start the
paragraph, it indents an inch, instead of the .5 inches it normally does.  I
am using word XP.  I also have it on normal view.

Any thoughts on how to get all of my paragraphs to indent one uniform .5


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