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Old October 5th 06, 06:42 AM posted to microsoft.public.word.docmanagement
Graham Mayor
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Default How do I insert a hard tab?

Create a paragraph style with a first line indent.

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Perfect to Word wrote:
Rae,
That works if I just want to set an indent, but I want to set a hard
tab
that goes away when I do a return to start a new paragraph. It looks
like I'll just have to do a few more keystokes while I'm formatting
my documents... Thank you for your quick response.

"Rae Drysdale" wrote:

If you are wanting to inset text, there are various ways to do this.
One is to use the Format | Paragraph menu and select the amount of
the inset. There are also buttons on the ruler to indent and
decrease indent. If you want a keyboard method, hold down the Ctrl
key and strike the M key (you can do this more than once for larger
indents). Does this help? --
Rae Drysdale


"Perfect to Word" wrote:

I used to be a Word Perfect user....The function key I used then
for a hard tab was Alt-f7. All the text following this hard tab
would automatically indent to the same tab setting until I hard
returned. I need a place to ask these simple questions that really
irritate you when you are trying to learn a new program...



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