Help! My comments are appearing backwards in a doc I'm reviewing. See attached. What I typed was: [ Hello Bob A1234 ] The comment reads: [ 1234Hello Bob A :Comment ] (see attached diagrams) It builds like this: [ |H:Comment ] [ |He:Comment ] [ |Hel:Comment ] [ |Hell:Comment ] [ |Hello:Comment ] [ |Hello :Comment ] [ |Hello B:Comment ] [ |Hello Bo:Comment ] [ |Hello Bob:Comment ] [ |Hello Bob A:Comment ] [ |1Hello Bob A:Comment ] [ |12Hello Bob A:Comment ] [ |123Hello Bob A:Comment ] [ |1234Hello Bob A:Comment ]Several things are happening: 1] The 'Comment' header appears on the right of the comment box, with the colon to its left. 2] The text cursor starts at the right and advances left as I type (staying to the left of the building string of text) - even though the text itself accumulates on the right of the text string! (see demo, above) 3] Numbers break the pattern, jumping to the left even without the benefit of spaces. Tests: This does not do this in a new, blank document; it is intrinisc to this document. This does occur on multiple machines; again, intrinsic to this document. This does occur even if I copy and paste the document's contents into a newly-created document; soit is intrinsic to the content of this document. Playing with the text style, even the 'Comment text' style has no effect. This does not occur in other documents from this same source of mine. I am unable to query the source, or ask for new documents. My first suspicion is some sort of Arabic language formatting thing where writing is from right to left. Any ideas what's wrong here?