Single spacing; superscript


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Chuck Humphrey

Two questions:

1. How do I change the spacing rules in a theme in a web I have
created? The theme now adds a line before and after each paragraph of
text and I would prefer to control the lines myself. I know how to
change the formating for an individual page. What I would like to do
is change the default for all of the pages in the given web.

2. How do I change the default for footnotes? I have created a
document in Word with footnotes. When I copy the document (even if
saved in Word as a web page) into FrontPage the footnotes are
presented in superscript, even though I took the time to change the
Word formating to "bottom" for the position of the footnote number.
Is there a way to set the defaults in my themed web in FrontPage so
that all copied or imported footnotes (which I assume become
"bookmarks" when imported) will be at "bottom" rather than raised?
Chuck Humphrey
 
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Stefan B Rusynko

1) HTML controls the spacing (not the theme)
[Enter] key creates a <p> block level tag - "double spacing"
[Shift][Enter] creates a <br> tag - "single spacing"
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| Two questions:
|
| 1. How do I change the spacing rules in a theme in a web I have
| created? The theme now adds a line before and after each paragraph of
| text and I would prefer to control the lines myself. I know how to
| change the formating for an individual page. What I would like to do
| is change the default for all of the pages in the given web.
|
| 2. How do I change the default for footnotes? I have created a
| document in Word with footnotes. When I copy the document (even if
| saved in Word as a web page) into FrontPage the footnotes are
| presented in superscript, even though I took the time to change the
| Word formating to "bottom" for the position of the footnote number.
| Is there a way to set the defaults in my themed web in FrontPage so
| that all copied or imported footnotes (which I assume become
| "bookmarks" when imported) will be at "bottom" rather than raised?
| Chuck Humphrey
 

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