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Full-time Single-Spacing in Word 2007

When you press the ENTER key in a Word document, you may notice that your cursor skips a line. There are two ways to handle this:

  1. Before you press ENTER, hold the SHIFT key on your keyboard and while holding it, then press ENTER. This is an 'as needed' method.
  2. To permanently change your Word 2007 so that it does not skip a line, click on the "Paragraph Break-out Box" (see photos below), and then set your "Spacing after" to 0 pts. (see photos below). Click "OK" to save the changes. This affects all documents from now on (unless you change it back).

The "Paragraph Break-out Box" is circled in RED: 

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Once the break-out box is opened, find the "Spacing" section, and set the "After:" to 0 pt as shown. 

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Full-time Single-Spacing in Word 2007

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