I'm trying to enter a national writing contest, and the formatting on my entries keeps getting bollixed up! I get everything exactly as required by the rules, including saving my submissions as Rich Text Files, but when I open them again to make sure they look good, my headers are all mixed up and my lines go over the prescribed ten-page limit! I don't know how many times I've redone those documents this week . . . I even posted a plea for help on the sponsoring group's Facebook page and one of the contest admins offered to look at my files for me. Tonight she sent me back RTFs of my potential entries, telling me my headers were completely missing on what she got, but that's not a problem; I'd be ok once I removed the lines that were putting me over the page limit. But when I opened them, neither of them were over onto Page 11 at all! So what is it I'm supposed to delete??? Grrrrrr, I've literally been at this for days. This may be one time when my beloved WordPerfect is messing me up. A friend is bringing me her laptop tomorrow; it's got (boo, hiss!) MS Word on it, and I think I'll just start over and redo it on there. It's my only hope of getting my entries in before the deadline Sunday night and not wasting my entry fees. I just have to hope that if it looks good in MS Word on my end, it will still look good on theirs. Assuming the judges are all using MS Word.