From: vijuhegde on 18 Jun 2010 21:44
This must be a very basic thing, but I have been asked to submit a paper with extra hard returns in Word. How do I do this? Can anyone help me out please?
From: Shenan Stanley on 18 Jun 2010 22:18
> This must be a very basic thing, but I have been asked to submit a
> paper with extra hard returns in Word. How do I do this? Can anyone
> help me out please?
Ask whomever assigned this task to explain this task.
Essentially a "hard return" signifies the end of a paragraph. It's simply
pressing ENTER. The "soft return" is just a way to start a new line -
holding down SHIFT and pressing ENTER.
AFAIK - there is no such thing as an "extra hard" return - maybe they meant
an "extra" "hard return" - as in two hard returns at the end of each
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From: vijuhegde on 19 Jun 2010 01:46
Yes, that must be it. Thanks a lot, Shenan.
From: Bob Lucas on 19 Jun 2010 04:25
In addition to Shenan's reply, you can use the following method
to add additional paragraph breaks in an existing *.doc file.
This tip definitely works with Word 2003 and earlier versions of
Winword. It will probably work with later versions of the
1. Open the document in Winword
2. Click on Edit / Replace...
3. In the 'Find' field, enter ^p
4. In the ''Replace with' field, enter ^p^p
5. Click on 'Replace All'.
If you want to see the position of every paragraph break, click
on Tools / Options / View. Check the box to show paragraph
"vijuhegde" <user(a)msgroups.net/> wrote in message
> Yes, that must be it. Thanks a lot, Shenan.
From: vijuhegde on 19 Jun 2010 05:14
Wow, that's fantastic, thank you so much Bob!
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