Wanting to improve the appearance of my document, is there a way to change the font type and size for the first line of each paragraph across several pages, instead of manually? For example, the whole of each first line, including "Cliff Richard", "Melanie", "Abba", "CCS", "Dana" and "Stiff Little Fingers"? At present, I have Calbri, font size 12 for the first line and Calibri, font size 11 for all lines below. The problem is, while all the text looks neat, the information on the first line still doesn't stand out enough and my plan was to use a different font and size for the first line so it's easier to find each entry. I tried using "Find" and "Replace", leaving both lines blank, and "Find" with Calibri 12 and "Replace" with Times New Roman 13. The text remained unchanged. Also, since having Windows Vista as my operating system, I've noticed that Lines sometimes automatically add themselves below text, even when I've not wanted anything added, and I can't find a way to remove the small number of unwanted lines. XP never did this, and it tends to happen after I've copied and pasted a few times. I can copy text into Notepad then paste it, but if I have formatted information including web site references, I then have to reformat all the text and re-highlight the links. Is there a function in Vista that enables lines to be added, manually, as and when required, like in XP?