Formatting Marks - Hard on the Eyes?

Formatting Marks - Hard on the Eyes?

"Those things are so hard on the eyes." This comment came in from a new user of LeaderGuide Pro, which turns Word's formatting marks on automatically. You can turn them off using the Paragraph Mark toggle switch on Word's Home ribbon.

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You can also use this keyboard shortcut to turn these marks off:  Ctrl+Shift+8

In case you are wondering what formatting marks are, here is a link to a good article about them:  http://wordfaqs.ssbarnhill.com/NonprintChars.htm

The last paragraph explains why LeaderGuide Pro turns them on for you. They help you.

Many Instructional Designers and course developers I talk to wouldn't work in Word without the formatting marks turn on. What about you?

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Great Circle Learning's Richard Michaels Awarded a 2017-2018 Microsoft MVP

Great Circle Learning's Richard Michaels Awarded a 2017-2018 Microsoft MVP