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    Ext User(ECLiPSE 2002) Guest

    MS Works 7 question

    I'm running WinXP SP3 and am composing a family history digest. I
    normally use Wordpad for average compositions, but thought I would use
    Microsoft Works that came bundled with the PC. I never tried to use if
    and found the learning curve relatively easy. I also realize that
    Works is somewhat archaic in this day and age. My problem is the
    sequential numbers that appear to the left of some lines of text. I
    cannot find a way to remove them so I can print the document.
    Can anyone help?

    Mary

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    Ext User(JJ) Guest

    Re: MS Works 7 question

    On Wed, 18 Sep 2013 09:54:02 -0400, ECLiPSE 2002 wrote:
    > I'm running WinXP SP3 and am composing a family history digest. I
    > normally use Wordpad for average compositions, but thought I would use
    > Microsoft Works that came bundled with the PC. I never tried to use if
    > and found the learning curve relatively easy. I also realize that
    > Works is somewhat archaic in this day and age. My problem is the
    > sequential numbers that appear to the left of some lines of text. I
    > cannot find a way to remove them so I can print the document.
    > Can anyone help?


    Those are numbering format.
    In Wordpad, it's similar to the bullets formatting (except it uses dots
    instead of numbers).
    In Office Word, it's labeled as Bullets and Numbering.

    Don't know about MS-Works, so...
    Check the Format main menu for "bullets" or "numbering" menu items.
    Or look for a toolbar button that looks similar to Wordpad's Bullets button
    image (but shown as numbers instead of dots).

    Highlight the numbered lines, then click the toolbar button to toggle the
    formatting.

    If you access it from the menu, it may show a formatting dialog to specify
    the style of the bullets/numbering. Select "None" or no formatting.

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    Ext User(ECLiPSE 2002) Guest

    Re: MS Works 7 question









    Many thanks JJ


    Your suggestion worked in MS Works.

    Mary


    On Thu, 19 Sep 2013 12:16:00 +0700, JJ <duh@nah.meh> wrote:

    >On Wed, 18 Sep 2013 09:54:02 -0400, ECLiPSE 2002 wrote:
    >> I'm running WinXP SP3 and am composing a family history digest. I
    >> normally use Wordpad for average compositions, but thought I would use
    >> Microsoft Works that came bundled with the PC. I never tried to use if
    >> and found the learning curve relatively easy. I also realize that
    >> Works is somewhat archaic in this day and age. My problem is the
    >> sequential numbers that appear to the left of some lines of text. I
    >> cannot find a way to remove them so I can print the document.
    >> Can anyone help?

    >
    >Those are numbering format.
    >In Wordpad, it's similar to the bullets formatting (except it uses dots
    >instead of numbers).
    >In Office Word, it's labeled as Bullets and Numbering.
    >
    >Don't know about MS-Works, so...
    >Check the Format main menu for "bullets" or "numbering" menu items.
    >Or look for a toolbar button that looks similar to Wordpad's Bullets button
    >image (but shown as numbers instead of dots).
    >
    >Highlight the numbered lines, then click the toolbar button to toggle the
    >formatting.
    >
    >If you access it from the menu, it may show a formatting dialog to specify
    >the style of the bullets/numbering. Select "None" or no formatting.



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