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    Envelope & Signature defaults (2002)

    Customer with a problem tells me that the address in envelopes has space between the lines as does her signature in Outlook. (Yes, she is using Word as an editor). I copied her email message into Word and checked the address - it has paragraph spacing after set to 5 pt. How can she set this to 0?
    By now, she has deleted Normal.dot, gone through "detect & repair" and even re-installed Office. I cannot, for the life of me, figure out what would not have been reset during a re-install!! Any thoughts?
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    Re: Envelope & Signature defaults (2002)

    Word uses the Envelope Address and Envelope Return styles to format envelope addresses in Word documents; not sure about mail signatures. Do those styles have the space after? If so, try redefining them. (And yes, deleting Normal.dot should correct this unless it's in the template from which the document was created, such as a letter template.)

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    Re: Envelope & Signature defaults (2002)

    Hi Ena:
    I don't have Word 2002 to check this, but in 2000, you can check the inside address & return address styles. After you do this in a document, you need to go to Format/Styles/ select the style /click Modify & check Add to Template. You can also create an autotext entry & name it EnvelopeExtra1.
    Hope this helps,

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