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    Formatting

    I have a word document which has a Table of Contents and therefore various styles placed into it. The document was originally drafted as a double spaced document. This has been changed to single lined however in the style "Definition" there is one definition that goes on to two lines. I cannot work out how to change this to single lined. Everything I have done (even change the definition style to single lined) it still remains in double. How can I change this?

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    Re: Formatting

    If you have set the Definition style to single spaced, try the following:

    - Select the text that is still double spaced.
    - Press Ctrl+Q to remove directly applied paragraph formatting.

    Post back if that doesn't help.

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    Re: Formatting

    Sorry that hasn't worked!!!!

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    Re: Formatting

    Also check Space Before and Space After in the Format | Paragraph dialog.

    If that doesn't help either, could you create a copy of the document with just the problem paragraph(s) in it? You can replace the text with dummy text, if necessary.
    Attachments should be less than 100 kB in size; you can zip the document if it is too large.

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    Re: Formatting

    Great I altered the space after and it worked! Thank you very much indeed.

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