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DarkstarDesigns
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I am pretty new to In-design and I have been working on some files at work, and on some of them the is little blue dot between all the words showing the spacing.

I then open a file today to work on and it did not have the blue dots. could anyone tell me how I get them back as it makes life a lot easier!

Many thanks

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Demorfoza
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Hit Alt+Ctrl+I (capital i :) )

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DarkstarDesigns
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Hit Alt+Ctrl+I (capital i :) )

It does not seem to work for me, i am using CS5

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Sneek
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In the main menu under ‘Type’ at the very bottom of a list is the option ‘Show hidden characters’

hope this helps :)

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DarkstarDesigns
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It is so strange it does nothing when i turn it off and on.

but some file we have at work they all showing fine, I really don’t get it!

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Demorfoza
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It is so strange it does nothing when i turn it off and on. but some file we have at work they all showing fine, I really don’t get it!

Hit W when those characters are turned on:)

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It is so strange it does nothing when i turn it off and on. but some file we have at work they all showing fine, I really don’t get it!
Hit W when those characters are turned on:)

I LOVE YOU !

It worked thanks so much, one question I also have load of horizontal line running across the pages can I turn these off?

Best thing I have learned so far has to be “shift+enter” as before i was trying to do it by hand and it went very wrong.

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Demorfoza
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I LOVE YOU !

It worked thanks so much, one question I also have load of horizontal line running across the pages can I turn these off?

Best thing I have learned so far has to be “shift+enter” as before i was trying to do it by hand and it went very wrong.
:D I’m not at home now, but I think it’s under text/guides or something:)
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Demorfoza
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Can’t edit previous post so – Layout/Create guides :)

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JinWook
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I LOVE YOU !

It worked thanks so much, one question I also have load of horizontal line running across the pages can I turn these off?

Best thing I have learned so far has to be “shift+enter” as before i was trying to do it by hand and it went very wrong.

That’s the baseline grid. You can turn it off: Ctrl + Alt + ‘

Alternatively Right Click -> Girds & Guides -> Hide Baseline Grid

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