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Old December 27th 04, 08:11 PM
Lonnie Price
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what does the "widow/orphan control" button do and how does it differ from
"keep lines together" in the paragraph properties?
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Old December 27th 04, 08:28 PM
Greg Maxey
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Lonnie,

Window/orphan control prevents a single line of a multi line paragraph from
being "orphaned' at the bottom or top of a page. Keep lines together keeps
a single paragraph from being split (anywhere) over two pages.
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Lonnie Price wrote:
what does the "widow/orphan control" button do and how does it differ
from "keep lines together" in the paragraph properties?



 




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