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Was changing line spacing on document in Word Processor. Now only get title page when accessing document - body of text is lost. Am not a geek so must have hit wrong key.

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Hello,

I think the page or document you worked on was not well saved that is why you cannot get the body of the text or perhaps, a wrong key must have been hit by mistake. I will advice you check try get back the document and try again and ensure as you are spacing it, you save every bit of the process, this will save time and energy incase of any mistake again.

Take care.

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