Let's hope Microsoft Word is better at spelling than Microsoft code is for programming!B. Davis said:Elisibeth,
Not according to Microsoft Word's formal writing rules.
Good to know Bruce...I may call on you to help with questions about programming in the Resource Forum...if you are willing, of course.B. Davis said:Now that's funny. I'm a programmer in my other life.
Click Tools, Options, View and look for formatting marks. Uncheck those that you do not wish to see.mjscott said:Good research, Nick!
If you've got any simple suggestions so's that I can get Dell back to lookin' at things the way I want her to look at 'em, could you send me some pointers?
Just FYI, you can use the keyboard shortcut for this if you do not see the icon. It is Ctrl+* (it only works as Ctrl+Shift+8; on my keyboard using the * on the number pad did nothing).beigatti said:There should be a paragraph symbol on your toolbar....click that and you should get rid of the dots between words.