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    Word Wrap (Wprd 2000)

    Is there a word wrap setting in Word similar to Wordpad

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    Re: Word Wrap (Wprd 2000)

    There is none. The purpose of Word Wrap is to see text document fit in the open window. TXT format has no page setup, and each line of text is continuing until End Of Line or End Of File character. Microsoft Word has page setup, and in the open document you can see each line of text continuing until paragraph mark character, line break character or margin border. If you open TXT file, lines will fit your default page (portrait letter, for example). It looks like Word Wrap is always on.

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    Re: Word Wrap (Wprd 2000)

    Why would you need Word Wrap in Word? As previously stated, Word Wrap is, essentially, always on. You might just need to set View, Zoom to Page Width or Text Width. That way, you'll always see the entire width of your text.

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    Re: Word Wrap (Wprd 2000)

    There is a "Wrap to window" setting in Word (at least in Word 97). It seems to be of limited use, and it's only available for some views. The setting is in Tools | Options | View.

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