I've made the heigth of a line equal to zero


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Don J

I've changed the height of a line to zero. It has disappeared from view. I
don't seem to be able to reverse the operation or otherwise get it back.
The line contains information that will be difficult to duplicate. How do I
get it back?

Don J
 
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Tricia

Don J said:
I've changed the height of a line to zero. It has disappeared from view.
I don't seem to be able to reverse the operation or otherwise get it back.
The line contains information that will be difficult to duplicate. How do
I get it back?

Don J
try highlighting the lines above and below then change the line height to
single line spacing
 
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Don J

I've highlghted one line above the missing line together with one line below
it, but how do I change the height to "single line spacing". Don't see how
to do it.

Don J
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

Ctrl+1 would do that. But Ctrl+Q should work, too. For future reference, all
paragraph line spacing settings are in Format | Paragraph.

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Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA

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Klaus Linke

And if you've set the height of a table row to zero, you should still be
able to tab into that row and set the row height back ("Table > Table
properties > Row > Specify height:" Choose "At least" in the box to the
right, rather than "Exactly").

Regards,
Klaus
 

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