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    Hi -

    Have document full of different styles. Is there a way to Clear Formatting BUT keep the paragraph marks between the paragraphs.

    Thank you,
    Acer

    (Word 2002)

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    You could select the entire document (Ctrl+A), apply the Normal style, and if necessary press Ctrl+Q to remove direct paragraph formatting, and Ctrl+spacebar to remove direct character formatting.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='766677' date='22-Mar-2009 10:09']You could select the entire document (Ctrl+A), apply the Normal style, and if necessary press Ctrl+Q to remove direct paragraph formatting, and Ctrl+spacebar to remove direct character formatting.[/quote]

    Thank you, Hans. I had tried that but there was no "extra" paragraphs between the paras. I guess that means I have to define a style with the blank line between the paras???????????

    thanks again,
    Acer

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    You can change the Space Before and/or Space After in the paragraph format part of the style definition.

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