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I am using OneNote (formerly called “OneNote 2016”) on Windows 10. If I create a bullet point with no text that follows and press enter, instead of going down one line, it backspaces. How do I change this to going down a line as opposed to back spacing when I press enter?



I recently changed laptops and this issue only occurs on my new laptop - the OneNote versions are the same on both my new and old laptops. Both laptops are Windows 10.

Has anyone else experienced this, and have you found a solution?

Thanking you,

Myron
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