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 How do I MS Word to automatically capitalize the first word of each line?

Answer From at least version 2000 up of MS-Word, every time that you start a new line, the first character of that first word will automatically be capitalized by the application. One just needs to make ... Read More »
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What is it called when a word processor automatically takes the next word to a new line?

Word processing software employs the use of word wrap, a function by which the word processor moves words at the end of one line to a new line of text based on factors, such as the length of the li... Read More »
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Manual line breaks in Word... How do I format the first and second line differently?

You can not do it the way you tried.Shift-Enter gives you a manual line break. This gives you a new line but not a new paragraph. Centering is a paragraph format. You can not apply a paragraph form... Read More »
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I want each line in word 2010 to have the same number of characters and hyphenate the rest for me?

The adjustment you are referring to is called "kerning" and is part of a variable spaced font. To avoid this, you need to use a fixed space font like Courier.
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How to Capitalize in T9 Word Text Mode?

T9 texting mode, also known on some cell phone models as 'predictive' mode or 'dictionary', is a feature that allows you to text quickly and easily on cell phones with numeric keypads. When the T9 ... Read More »
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