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issues with typing characters in MS Powerpoint 2003

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by aromes, Sep 24, 2008.

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  1. aromes

    aromes Thread Starter

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    When I create a basic table in Ms Powerpoint 2003 with 2 colums/2 rows, some letters are sometimes spaced properly and sometimes not:

    For ie, the word "Settlement" in the attached powerpoint document -> The 1st time Settlement is typed, there is no issue
    at all. But the 2nd time it is typed, the letter <t> and the letter <l> are squizzed together. Then the 3rd time it is typed, it is fine. Same issue occurs with other words (for ie the word <test> may be fine the 1st time it is typed, then you type it a 2nd time, you get that issue of the letters <s> and <t> squizzed together.

    See the attachments (they are the screenshots of the issue)



    Troubleshoot:

    (x)Changed her MS Windows profile = same issue

    (x)Re-installed MS Office 2003 = same issue

    (x)Tried in MS WOrd or Excel = it is fine in Word + Excel. So problem is with power point

    OS= Windows XP

    MS Office 2003
     

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