A problem I have tried to overcome when printing addresses in Word 2008. When I type the address in the address box, it produces spaces between each line of the address. Thus when I print out the envelope it omits some of the lines of the address when using small envelopes. How can I stop it putting spaces between each line?
there is no Word 2008. The next version of Microsoft Office will be Office 2010, due for release next year, although there'll be a public beta version available for download soon - probably in November.
Of course Word 2007 produces space between each line of the address in the envelope printing utility - how else could it be? If you click the Options button in the envelope dialogue box you'll be able to change the size of the envelope - perhaps that's the problem. If I've misunderstood the question I apologise; perhaps if you could explain in more detail?
Boy Zone, I think you are having the same problem with Word 2007 as I had when changing from 2003. I also didn't like the default spacing and couldn't for the life of me find out how to set it to the same as I was used to!
If you want the 2003 spacing as your default:
Select the "Home Tab" and click on the "Change Styles" button, point at "Style Set" and click on "Word 2003".
Click once more on the "Change Styles" button, and then on "Set as Default"
That will give you the 2003 line spacing for documents and I thingk it should carry over into the "Mailings" layouts too.
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