How come all of a sudden all my Word Documents I open know are covered in symbols that look like?
Topic: Ps cover letter
April 19, 2019 / By Vernon Question:
the capital letter P backwards? They weren't there before. And how do I get rid of it? It's a Microsoft Word program
Best Answers: How come all of a sudden all my Word Documents I open know are covered in symbols that look like?
Rory | 5 days ago
Under the VIEW menu, click TOOLBARS and make sure the STANDARD toolbar is enabled.
On that toolbar, you will see a little one of those paragraph symbols (reversed P).
Click that button to switch between them being visible and invisible. They are showing you where a line starts because there is an ENTER there (a paragraph break) versus where there is just a line wrap around.
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if its a file that was copy and pasted from the internet sometimes that happens due to copywrites and things to that sort.. also maybe the file is not compatable with microsoft word ... try another program like paint or microsoft works !!
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That symbol is to show you where you hit "Enter" to go to the next line. You need to unclick the paragraph button. If it isn't on your row of buttons, look under more buttons.
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Check your Font... if it is correct then you might have a virus. Do you have virus protection? If you do, then click on it and see if it caught any viruses in the middle of attacking your computer.
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Originally Answered: "Symbols" in Microsoft Word?
If you go to the top menu bar, click "Insert", then "symbols". You'll get a window with different fonts and all the symbols the fort supports.
To know which symbol to use for a particular sound, use a dictionary. Somewhere inside each is a key to the symbols the dictionary uses for pronunciation. You could also just type the word phonetically, which may be easier if you have to look up a lot of symbols. For instance I have a relative with the last name Montaño. I could show you the pronunciation by typing (mawn-TAHN-yo) where the caps indicate which syllables to stress.