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Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by 73sweet40, Jan 12, 2013.

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  1. 73sweet40

    73sweet40 Thread Starter

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    I have a toshiba note book NB505 running windows 7. When I open a new word pad to type information the borders are set on 0.5 left and right. I want to change the border size but when the setting change window pops up, the window is to large for the screen and I can not click on OK. The box is below the screen and I can not get it to move up? Also when I type in a short sentence and hit enter it drops down two spaces instead of one?
    Please help.
     
  2. Abe999

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    The OK button is the default for the Page Setup dialogue. After you set the margins just press the Enter key and your changes will take effect. Alternately, with the Page Setup dialogue open, perform the following key combinations:
    Alt + Space bar, then m (for Move) and use the arrow keys to move the dialogue and reveal the OK button.
    To eliminate the spacing, click the line spacing button on the ribbon, and un-select "Add 10pt space after paragraphs."
     
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    Abe999:

    thanks for the help I have reset the borders.

    73sweet40
     
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