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In Word, I cannot show text that I hid.

Word instructions say to use the Show Paragraph button on the standard toolbar. Mine has only a "Show" button that does not provide for showing hidden paragraphs. "Format" has nothing useful. There are no useful buttons among those that are not already showing on the toolbar. I am using M'soft Office XP Professional with Publisher 2002. This particular disc has a Dell label on it. I am using an HP. HP says it was made specifically for Dell, Dell denies it. (Keyboard will not switch to Spanish language, either, but other than than, no other problems.)

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If you press the Show button down, it will show all text; if you press it again, it will hide your hidden text. To hide text, click on Format>Font and click the Hidden checkbox. If these do not work, your best bet is to reinstall Word; a file may have gotten corrupted.

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under the file, edit, menu, insert format you will see the standard toolbar at the exterme right just beside Read, ?, box showing in percentage(100%) you will find and symbol just place the mouse cursor on it will show "show/hide".

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A)In Microsoft Windows XP 2002 , on the Windows Start menu, point to All Programs, point to Microsoft Office, point to Microsoft Office Tools, and then click Microsoft Office 2003 Language Settings.

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Click the Enabled Languages tab. 
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A message appears describing the effects of the change. To continue, click Continue and lose customizations

 now when you enter in word document click Tools----->Click Language---->Language settings and select the language and click default and then continue....


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