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!
go to Tools - Language - Hyphenation and un-tick 'automatically hyphenate document'.
Format > Paragraph > Line and Page Breaks should allow you to sort it. It's probably due to permitting hyphenation.
I am sure I have seen the solution to this a long time ago.
With Word closed down you could try doing a search for Normal.dot and renaming any you find to Normal.dot.old. When you next open Word it will create a new one with default settings.
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 "normal.dot" and delete it. Then open Word again which will create another file "normal.dot" and see if that fixes it.
Eric10, snap. Too late, again.
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 er..help.
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