- When you press the Enter key you insert a paragraph mark. If you press the Shift+Enter keys you insert a soft paragraph mark, which is also
known as a line break.
The visual effect is often the same, but when you insert a line break, then the
text after the line break (up to the next paragraph mark) will be treated as a
single paragraph. Click on the Show/Hide icon and you will be able to
see the soft paragraph marks within the document. Re-click on the icon and you will no longer
see the soft paragraph marks.
- To remove a soft paragraph mark, click at the
end of a line break and press the Del
TIP: To see the line break, click on
the Show/Hide icon and you will see
the line break as illustrated below.
This makes it easier to identify and then remove the line break.
- Click at the end of a sentence within a
paragraph. Insert a soft paragraph line
break. Insert another soft paragraph
line break and notice that this type of mark looks different from a paragraph
mark. Delete the two soft paragraph line
- Click on the Show/Hide icon so that the marks are no longer visible.
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