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Unwanted BOLD Text

Hi Aimiel...
I'm so frustrated.  I'm a new user of Dreamweaver CS3.
I used Dreamweaver primarily as a follow-up text editor for a number of my sites that have been designed by professional web site designers.
I've noticed recently that whenever I'm updating my sales or lesson pages, that the following text is BOLDED!
For an example, if I decide to BOLD a sub-heading and select a "paragraph" style, that is not bolded... in it appears unbolded in the property inspector... when I review it in the browser the text is BOLDED!
What should I do to prevent this from happening.
Thanks,
Ron Worthy
Ronsmusic@aol.com

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Not a big HTML person. But it sounds like you have a unclosed bold tag.

to start bold its <b> to end it its </b> i beleive. So place it halway through the paragraph and see if the second half is unbolded. That should tell you easily if that is the problem. If not, then I can help you. If so, place it at the very beggining of the paragraph. That is only a bandaid to take some frustration away. You should try and find the open bold tag if that is the problem.

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