My immediate need ("immediate" as in urgent) is for a paragraph reform
command. It should work the way that Ctrl-B works in WordStar or VDE,
or how ESC-q works in Emacs. Beginning at the current cursor
position, it reformats the paragraph according to pre-set left and
right margins. The paragraph reformat stops when the end of the
current paragraph is reached.
I am aware of the Reformat Lines command (Shft-Ctrl-M) which is
available by Modify-->Lines-->Reformat Lines. But this command
requires marking a block first. I don't want to mark a block first.
(Or, as an alternative, I want the block to be understood as beginning
at the current line, and continuing to the next blank line.)
I suppose this question has been asked before, but in searching the
message base, I have not found many messages which contain the word
"reform" or "reformat" in them. Thanks in advance for any help,
advice, or macros you can provide. (I use NoteTab Pro v4.95)