If I want to convert a Word doc to PDF for reading on the Note 8, what fonts, margins, line spacing, etc. would be optimal? Has anyone experimented with this already?
The spacing between paragraphs in Word 2003 is too large. I wish to reduce it to between 4 and 8pt.
Things I've tried:
Format/Paragraph (can only increase the spacing)
Format/Styles and formatting, modifying the highlighted style (absolutely nothing happens if I set spacing After to 4pt, or if I check the box "don't add...".)
Neither allows me to reduce the spacing between paragraphs.
Does anyone have any ideas on how to convert a Galaxy S Note to a Microsoft Word (or text) document? (Read through the forum and saw the question but it looks like the answer is .pdf or .jpg. No other real options that I could tell.)
I recently picked up a Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. Quite cool!
I need to mirror an A5 document onto 2 halves of an A4 piece of paper. How can I do this in Word 2010 and maintain matching margins on each sheet. I found a way of doing it previously, but the 2 A5 documents had different margins. Thanks guys!
Despite LibreOffice's warning that it might not work, I have always been able to convert the LibreOffice word processor native file format to Word XP/2000/2003 format, and use that whenever I might send the document to someone who probably uses Word.
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I have a file from which I am trying to delete a particular word on a particular line.
I am trying to delete the first line only if it contains the word NEW. I am also trying to delete the last line only if it contains the word NEW. I don't want any other lines deleted.
I have a file and I want to reverse all word in it. Read line as long as (.) not seen, or seen (\n), if found first (.) in line then It is a word , so reverse this word and continue reading for next word in current line until end of file.