problem with MS WORD

  thetuv 12:01 05 Apr 2006

For no apparent reason, when I am typing a document in word, if there is a long word at the end of a line the excess letters ONLY spill onto the next line, whereas before the entire word went onto the next line. Help!

  ami 12:36 05 Apr 2006

go to Tools - Language - Hyphenation and un-tick 'automatically hyphenate document'.

  stlucia 12:38 05 Apr 2006

Format > Paragraph > Line and Page Breaks should allow you to sort it. It's probably due to permitting hyphenation.

  thetuv 13:04 06 Apr 2006

I am sure I have seen the solution to this a long time ago.

  Eric10 13:46 06 Apr 2006

With Word closed down you could try doing a search for and renaming any you find to When you next open Word it will create a new one with default settings.

  pj123 13:54 06 Apr 2006

I have just spent a while trying to simulate your problem using Word 2000, and failed.

The only suggestion I can make is to do a search on your computer for the file "" and delete it. Then open Word again which will create another file "" and see if that fixes it.

  pj123 13:55 06 Apr 2006

Eric10, snap. Too late, again.

  remind 13:58 06 Apr 2006

Word-wrap switched off?. I use openoffice myself, so I can't tell you how to re-enable it if that is the case, but accessing help from within Office should

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