On 12/11/2020 01:29, remygauthier wrote:
The only thing I can think of is that this character is the "line break"
(created with Shift+Enter) as displayed by the font you are using. For
instance, in my version, the paragraph mark shows as a solid arrow right
when the text is in Wingding font. The easy test would be to try to insert a
line break immediately after and to see what gets displayed.
I hope this helps.
The font is Times New Roman, but you are correct inserting a line break
does produce this formatting mark.
I guess the character used to represent this break changed between
versions 6 and 7.
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