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Paragraphs in odd places when typing letters


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#1 gnuguy

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 10:25 AM

I have searched everywhere but can't find an answer I can understand in beginners (layman) terms. On my HP G62 355 DX laptop I used to be able to type a letter to a friend or business and then print it on my HP 1050 series deskjet printer. It would print as typed with paragraphs where I put them. NOW either the computer or printer picks the spot to begin a new paragraph, which is often in the middle of a sentence. The tool bar commands in Word seem to work except for the justify, paragraph selections. The only thing I have done differently is update the printer driver from HP. (not a place I like to go to, btw) But it started this before the update. Last night a post on a W7 forum made reference to Javascript being disabled (mine is) might relate to this problem. Any advice would be helpful. (need to write my X-mas letter soon) Thanks, Gnuguy

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#2 hamluis

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Posted 04 December 2012 - 06:47 PM

How something prints...is determined by the formatting used in the document/page.

In my mind, that says that you need to check the page formatting options you have elected in Word. If the options do now work as they should, I would uninstall/reinstall Word/Office.

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