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What is the first line of a paragraph set as the final line of a page or column considered undesirable in typesetting?
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That's called a "widow." If your paragraph has the last sentence on the next page, it's called an "orphan."
In typesetting, the thickness of a line is called its weight and is measured in points.
5-7 spaces or 1 tab key (on a computer) 1-2 thumb width (handwritten)
The no Orphan setting in MS Word controls this. It basically means keep the sentence together even if it drops down to the next page.
vertical dotted line
What is the first line of a paragraph that is left alone at the bottom of a page called? Answer a. | Keep Paragraphs Together / b. | Widow/Orphan Control / c. | Orphan / d. | …Widow
According to the help file in Microsoft Word 2007, the first line of a paragraph all by itself at the bottom of a page is called an orphan. However, there is controversy ove…r whether the correct term is orphan or widow. The terms are often used interchangeably.
First Line Indent
Orphan/widow paragraph line.
If you go to the Page Setup on the File menu, and then the Sheet tab, there is an option to print them or not. In Excel 2007, go to the Page Layout ribbon, and you'll see Grid…lines having both a View and a Print option.
Which setting ensures that at least two lines of a paragraph appear at the top and bottom of every page?
What setting ensures that at least two lines of a paragraph appear at the top and bottom of every page?