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Dear Typophile users,
I am wondering if there is a way to set the text without the paragraph breaks (or returns) using pargraph marks instead (like a pilcrow or such - ¶) in an automatic way (without having to search and replace it with find and change in InDesign).
In that way making a solid block of text.
Here is an example (Symbol without indent or line break):
http://www.thinkingwithtype.com/contents/text/#Marking_Paragraphs

I look for a similar thread but could not find it...
So any help to make it easier to achieve will be welcome.
Thanks in Advance

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Any tips/design examples?

Thanks in advance!

Dear Typophiles,

It was with much pleasure that I discovered this website and the wonderful enthusiastic discussions that typographers have here!

As a designer in her first year of professional work, I've encountered a question that has gone unanswered for some time.

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