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In microsoft word document the format is changed and its been appearing as symbols and hypen along with the sentance,kindly helpme out in sorting the problem

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In Microsoft Word 2004
Click on Tools in Menu bar
Click on Options
Under View - You will find Enable/disable highlighted text - Uncheck this and you will find the symbols gone.

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using another program to open these documents may cause you this problem
or open word select tools from the drop down list you will see language you can change the language
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As different versions of Word have been released over the years, there
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Dear misseap, you probably have put the 'track changes' option on. You can remove it by pressing CTRL+SHIFT+E. This should stop removing paragraph symbols from your text.

You might also like to select all the text and right click to find format option. In this options you can make the changes to formatting of the text.

If this was helpful please press solved.

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