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       That's one of the differences between these machines & the
           when you're typing, the machine knows when you've reached the
end of the line and automatically 'wraps' to the next line.

              [before starting to type - or at any time - you just set the
margins and these machines 'know' what's what  ;-)]

       If you wish to start a new paragraph, you then either hit 'enter';
              (if you wish a blank line left between paragraphs)
           or click the 'tab' key to indent a set amount of spaces;
              [the tab can be set to any amount you desire]
            or you could just hit the space key a certain number of times

       Hoping this helps,

From: dworldjumper <>
Date: Tue, Jun 30, 2015 at 6:10 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Editing new line when pressing enter

 I am an old fashioned guy that remembers the days when typewriters were
used on a regular basis. I want to know how to get to a new line w/press
enter w/out getting another one added on as well. I have also discovered
that if I copy and paste an amount of text from another source it will keep
the extra line adding feature into my document I am currently working on.
The only way I have found how to remove it is just type all the stuff I want
new added instead of copying it from somewhere else. Is there an easier way
to do this? Thanks for any help you can give.  dworldjumper

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