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Default Aligning check boxes and text boxes with regular text

I have developed forms for my Real Estate Office using Word 2003. I can
format text and check boxes using character spacing-they want to be 3 points
above your regular text and you have to lower them to stay aligned with the
rest of your form.
There doesn't appear to be a way to do this with Word 2007. Does anyone
have a
solution?
Thanks!
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Thanks Simon-that fixed it!!
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I have developed forms for my Real Estate Office using Word 2003. I can
format text and check boxes using character spacing-they want to be 3 points
above your regular text and you have to lower them to stay aligned with the
rest of your form.
There doesn't appear to be a way to do this with Word 2007. Does anyone
have a
solution?
Thanks!
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ssbell

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