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    New Lounger
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    Hidden Paragraph Mark (2007)

    I am formatting the text of document as follows:

    HEADING. Text [in other words, text follows on the same line as the Heading, which is used for a TOC]

    I understand I can do this by:

    HEADING [Hidden ] Text

    Is there a way to attach the [Hidden ] to the Heading style? Is there an easy way to insert it; can it be done by a keyboard entry?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Hidden Paragraph Mark (2007)

    The hidden paragraph mark is a style separator, therefore it cannot be part of a style definition.

    The keyboard shortcut for inserting a style separator at the end of a paragraph is Ctrl+Alt+Enter, at least in previous versions of Word (I don't have Word 2007).

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