How do I write a correct paragraph

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A automatic line break is always set by Word if the following word would no longer fit in the line. As an author, you don't have to worry about this upheaval.
With a manual line break (often referred to as "soft line break"), however, the current line is ended at the point of break and the text is continued in the next line.
For example, suppose your paragraph style adds extra space (e.g. 1/2 line) before each paragraph. If you now want to leave out these additional spaces between short lines of text, e.g. E.g. for an address or a poem, insert a manual line break - like this:

  1. Click where you want the line to break.
  2. Press the key combination +
  3. Word starts a new line.
  4. Danger! Is the current paragraph as Justified aligned, the manually wrapped line is distributed over the entire available line width. There are huge "holes" between the words.
    You can prevent this by entering a tab () put.

Tip:
Manual line breaks are formatting characters that normally do not appear in the document. If you want to show these changes, you have to activate the formatting marks by going to the tab under Word 2003 on the standard toolbar or from Word 2007 in the ribbon tab begin, Group paragraph on Fade in fade Out () click. I.a. the character for the manual line break () visible.

Tip tested under Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016/19