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From: Terry Reigel <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] paragraphs in Indiv. narra.
Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2001 09:08:53 -0400
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Joe Makowiec wrote:
> The one way I haven't seen mentioned is the use of the "Paragraph Break"
> tag. Create a custom tag (Click on the "+" key to add a tag, in the List
> Maintenance box near the bottom, click on New) called, say, ParBrk. The
> sentence is [:CR:][:CR:].
I've tried this idea, as I think it's easier to manage than burying the codes in a regular tag, since it's clearly visible. The problem is that it produces a period to terminate
the "empty" sentence, which appears at the start of the new paragraph. You have to manually remove that in the word processor. So until that's fixed in a future upgrade (he says
hopefully) I've created some "new paragraph" versions of common tags. For example, I have a Note NP tag, which has the new paragraph codes [:CR:][:TAB:] at the beginning of the