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    Indenting a paragraph (Word 2003)

    I'm looking all over, but I cannot find anything to set up an indented paragraph where:

    It may have an initial subject Then it tabs over to where the paragrah would start, and I now want the left margin aligned under the "Then" in the preceeding line, *not* going over to the far left as it did here.


    Is this possible?

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    Re: Indenting a paragraph (Word 2003)

    That is called a hanging indent. You can create it by dragging the lower little triangle in the ruler (see screenshot), or in the Format | Paragraph dialog.
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    Re: Indenting a paragraph (Word 2003)

    Hans:

    Thanks... that's just right.

    Chuck
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