|While in the Customize dialog box, you should be able to click on the Show All icon, drag it to a tool bar and release it.|
Then close the dialog box and click on the Paragraph Mark icon which should toggle the paragraph marks on and off.
If it doesn't then the only other thing I can suggest is this:
Perhaps the document itself is corrupt.
- Open a new document.
- Select all of the text in the orginal document except for the last paragraph mark.
- In fact, just to be safe, don't even select the last character in the original document.
- Copy the selected text and paste it into the new document, then type in the last character.
This is commonly known as "to Maggie a document", named after the lady who discovered that a lot of formatting is stored in the last paragraph mark of a document. If the info stored there gets corrupted, the fix is to copy everything except for the last paragraph mark so that the corruption is left behind.
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