I want to change the baseline grid as I can only use characters up to 9pt
without it jumping to alternate lines. How do I have the grid spacing
Edit>Preferences>Document>ParagraphQuote:> I want to change the baseline grid as I can only use characters up to 9pt
> without it jumping to alternate lines. How do I have the grid spacing
The main problem is your leading. Pull it down and your lines may still
If posted to wrong newsgroup, please forgive me as I'm getting desperate...
My harddisk is dying, and I can't afford to by another computer....
Specs for the original drive is as follows:
Manuf./Model: PrairieTek 40MB - PT240A
Serial Number: 2019723BNLUW301000D
Firmware Rev.: 2174005K
Drive Reports- Heads: 4 Cylinders: 615 Sects/Trk: 34
BIOS Reports - Heads: 4 Cylinders: 614 Sects/Trk: 34
HDPT Data - Heads: 4 Cylinders: 615 Sects/Trk: 34
Formatted Capacity: 42.82MB Transfer Rate: 5 MBITS/SEC
Data Encoding: NON-MFM Drive Media: FIXED
Inter-Sector Bytes: 0 Sectoring: HARD SECTORED
Sync Field Bytes: 0 Buffer Size: 2 SECTORS
Defect Reallocation: YES Double-Word I/O: NO
Controller Type: SINGLE-PORT SINGLE-SECTOR BUFFER
Bytes/Logical Trk: 22032 (Unformatted)
Bytes/Sector: 648 (Unformatted)
(Norton System information says it's a Type 26 in the cmos, but gridscan.exe
(came with the computer, special setup software) says it is type 11).
It is a 2.5 inch drive, but with a 3.5 inch data-connector (adapters are no
problem so this is close to irrelevant)
If you have such a drive, or know of anyone who has, or know of a company who
sells such drives
if you have a larger drive that can replace the above, or know of anyone.... or
PLEASE let me know.
I have tried to use a 3.5 inch drive, but had to use special software
(Anydrive.exe) to modify the bootstrap to "fool" the computer into "seeing" the
drive, this is a solution I'm not afraid of using again (I think I'll have to
with a larger drive).