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WordPerfect Justification Help?

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Hi all, I'm new here. I'm working on a brief and have encountered a problem I've never seen before. The font has to be Times New Roman 14 point (per the court rules) so I can't change that. On one of the pages, I have a footnote which is rather lengthy. The page breaks about 2/3 down the page so that the footnote is on the next page. I've tried inserting a hard return within the footnote, but that doesn't work. The only thing that seems to work is when I change the justification from "Full" to "Left". What's odd is that the footnotes following this one break just fine within the footnote and don't affect the page itself.

Anyone understand this who can help?

Thanks! :) :tazz:


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