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Old 03-11-2013, 11:39 AM
jjmclell jjmclell is offline Don't adjust space between latin and asian text... Windows 7 32bit Don't adjust space between latin and asian text... Office 2010 32bit
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I'm helping somebody clean up a template in Word 2010 and I'm setting the styles in their template and creating headings, etc.

I've noticed though that all of my styles seem to have this default characteristic: "don't adjust space between latin and asian text". I have no idea where this comes from or how to stop it from showing when I'm managing/editing my styles.

Any thoughts? I don't have any Asian/Latin languages enabled...

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Old 03-11-2013, 12:03 PM
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Where does that default characteristic appear?
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Old 03-11-2013, 12:12 PM
jjmclell jjmclell is offline Don't adjust space between latin and asian text... Windows 7 32bit Don't adjust space between latin and asian text... Office 2010 32bit
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It appears in the 'Modify Style' window, where it tells you all of the characteristics of the style. And I have no idea where it comes from...I created a style that includes a hanging indent, based on the Normal style which didn't have anything in it related to Asian/Latin text, and when I went to modify it again to add a tab stop, I noticed this characteristic.

The file I'm trying to clean up is a mess in terms of styles, and I know that's probably part of the problem, but I can't understand why this one style nuance persists and why I can't get rid of it.
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I tried to find out how to create it into one of my files but, I could not see any option that would allow me to do that. Just GUESSING but, like you, I suspect it would have something to do with the original file. Obviously, based on those comments I cannot offer a suggestion for a fix but, would be interested in what info others may contribute for a fix.
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