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kintap kintap is offline Plain Text Content Control - Losing Styling on Carriage Return Windows XP Plain Text Content Control - Losing Styling on Carriage Return Office 2010 32bit
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Default Plain Text Content Control - Losing Styling on Carriage Return

I have a Plain Text Content Control in my form with these settings

Ticked - Use a style to format contents
Style: MHA - 10p - Regular

Locking:
Ticked - content control cannot be deleted

Plain Text Properties:


Ticked - Allow carriage returns (multiple paragraphs)


What is happening is the style works until a carriage return (press of enter) then the following paragraphs revert to Normal style. Is there a way to ensure the set style continues for the whole content control.

I already checked the style and it is set to use the same style for the following paragraph.

Any help is great. Trying to avoid rich text as it doesn't allow tabbing easily between controls.

Kyle
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