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Default How do i simply type a letter and then print it

Please explain what you mean. Surely the contents of the letter are what you
have just typed on the keyboard. What else is there that you don't want to
print? If you mean all the non-printing characters that show you what you
are doing, then they don't print. Use Print Preview to see.

If that's not it, please explain.

For a further explanation, see
http://word.mvps.org/faqs/formatting/NonPrintChars.htm

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How to type a lettter and print it showing only the letter and not
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