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How do you change stroke thickness of rules within the same paragraph of your paragraph styles section?

I noticed extra rules were created below text, how do you get rid of the extra ones in paragraph styles?

  • Rule thickness is controlled by the Paragraph Rules options. No clue what you mean by "extra lines". – Scott May 20 '14 at 16:33
  • Mmmaybe what you think is one paragraph, is actually two, or more paragraphs? You can accidentally do that by pressing backspace at the beginning of a paragraph. It can end up looking like one paragraph, even though it's not. – Joonas May 20 '14 at 17:25
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It could be two things.

  1. Each paragraph can have a Rule Above and a Rule Below.
    Each rule can be moved by changing the offset field.

  2. The Stroke may be styled to include more than one line by using a stroke style: enter image description here

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