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    keeping words together (Word 2000 SR1)

    A friend asked me this question and I don't know so here I am:

    Is there a way in Word to keep two separate words together on one line? i.e. 2:00 pm, rather than 2:00pm. When I was working, years ago, I could do this with WordPerfect.

    Thanks so much.

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    Re: keeping words together (Word 2000 SR1)

    Looks like a case
    for the "non-breaking space".

    [i]Poetry
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    Re: keeping words together (Word 2000 SR1)

    Thanks. Works like a charm.

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