double enter in pasted text


G

Guest

Occasionally when I copy and paste some text from elsewhere into a Word
document I find that whenever I click "enter" after the pasted text, I get a
double line instead of a single line enter. The only way I can get a single
line "enter" is by using Shift-Enter.

I've looked in the paragraph codes and cannot see what to change to make the
Enter key go back to its normal single line action.

Can anyone help?

Jeff
 
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S

Stefan Blom

Make sure that Spacing before and after are both set to zero for the
relevant paragraphs (or paragraph styles).
 
T

Terry Farrell

I agree with Stefan that this is most likely due to a partially corrupt,
out-of-date or incompatible graphics driver, though it may be the printer
driver too. Both Have effect on the way Word displays.
 
G

Guest

Thank you both. The pasted material had the spacing set to "Auto". When I
changed it to 0 things corrected themselves.

Thank you. I'm glad I finally asked about it.

Jeff
 
S

Stefan Blom

I believe you posted in the wrong thread... Could this have been for the
"Duplicating lines. Will not delete; ALL go away." thread in this newsgroup?
 
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