Training Video TECH TIP: Understanding Paragraph Marks in Word

Microsoft Word can be so frustrating – even if you use it all day, every day. A better understanding of even the smallest idiosyncrasies will help alleviate some of your daily stress. That’s where Affinity Insight comes in. Take paragraphs for example… 

Every paragraph in Word ends with a paragraph mark (¶). Delete a paragraph mark, and you’ll combine two paragraphs into one. The top paragraph's formatting wins if the two paragraphs have different paragraph formatting (perhaps one is centered and the other is fully justified).  

Watch this video snippet from Affinity Insight to see it in action!  

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If you are interested in more training videos, or if you're ready to create a culture of training in your organization, discover all that Affinity Insight has to offer. Or, if you have any questions about understanding paragraphs in Microsoft Word or any other feature, contact us at 877-676-5492 or request a consultation. Our team of experts is ready to help! 

Danielle DavisRoe

Written by Danielle DavisRoe

Danielle’s many responsibilities at Affinity include training, CLE/speaking, writing, and management consulting. Prior to joining the Affinity family, Danielle practiced family law. She discovered, however, that she enjoyed making efficient use of technology more than practicing law, making her a perfect fit for consulting. Danielle describes her superpower as “herding cats,” and her favorite parts of her job are making others’ jobs and lives easier.

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