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Solved: In Word, how do I disable these backwards P things?

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by great_dame, Jan 20, 2006.

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  1. great_dame

    great_dame Thread Starter

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    This is embarrassing, but hey. I don't know how to fix this.

    How do I turn off the fact that every line in Mic Word has backwards-looking P's and the fact that there's a little black dot between each word? What the heck did I do. :(
     
  2. Deon555

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    Hi.

    It may be embarrasing, but i once had the same prob.
    You'll find the button that looks like the backwards "p" on the top toolbar - the Standard Toolbar. should be next to the Zoom control near top right.


    Let me know how it goes.
    Deon
     
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  4. great_dame

    great_dame Thread Starter

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    I have Word 2003 and can't even see a magnifying icon at the top except for "print preview", "research" and "document map"....

    Nevermind! I had to go in and select it to show in the standard toolbar first. SOLVED!!!!! You're awesome, sir.
     
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    Just Glad i could help :)
     
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