Setting tabs in Word 2003

  Duncanf 11:02 AM 15 Aug 11
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I'm working on a document in which I would like to set tabs so that each line will have the SAME tab settings for four positions across the page.
I can do it for ONE line but is there a way of copying the same settings right down a page rather than having to type in the same thing 20 times? Thanks for your anticipated help.

  onthelimit1 11:18 AM 15 Aug 11

Can't you use Format, Tabs and then set up the distances you want? They will be valid for the whole page(s) in the document.

  Duncanf 11:27 AM 15 Aug 11
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Thanks onthelimit1! Didn't realise they would be automatically set for the whole page. Many thanks.

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