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Old 07-24-2015, 09:24 PM
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I tried to paste a text (2 pages long) into Word and I got a single, very long line of text. How do I make the text automatically go to the next line?



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If you're in anything other than Web layout view, the text should wrap at the end of each line on a page. Even in Web layout view, the text should wrap at the edge of the document window.
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