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    Indenting our threads

    Discussion in 'Support & Feedback' started by Terri, Feb 4, 2011.

    How do we keep indents? I copied & pasted from word & it aligned everything on the left. I edited & added in spaces for each new paragraph, but when I previewed it, it was aligned again.
    Anyone??? It's horrible trying to read someone's work that is aligned like that...
     
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    It's not possable currently, and it's rather annoying. I wish there was something that could fix that, but the only option would be to manually place a single line spacing between the end of each paragragh and the beginning of the next and be devoid of indents.

    Like this.

    You see :)
     
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    Gotcha. Thanks for letting me know!!!
     
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    Consider it practice for when a publisher asks for "ezine formatting". :D
     
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    LordKyleOfEarth...

    LOVE your sig!!! I got told that ALL the time when I first started writing. Took me awhile to figure it out. :)
     
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    . . Unfortunately, your only real options are to use periods mixed with spaces (like I what I did for this paragraph) or to use an extra return between paragraphs (the more common, less distracting approach).

    :)
     
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    Such is the nature of VBulletin.
     
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    a small annoyance outweighed imo by the blessings of being able to share work here in the first place...

    btw, is that info included in the rules 'n regs and other general info stickies?

    if not, perhaps the mods will see to it forthwith...
     

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