Why Eight-Character Indent?

I can't figure out why I'm getting indentation like this:

dataContractModel = DataContractModel.LoadDataContractModel(

         Store, service.DataContractModelPath, out result);

 

Note the eight spaces before "Store".
 
All sorts of things are indenting by eight spaces, including anonymous types and object initializers. It's driving me crazy, as the eight characters can add up quickly. Everything else is indenting four characters at a time, like I intended.
 
Any help or suggestions are welcome.

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John
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I believe the option you need to change is "Continuous line indent
multiplier" under Languages -> C# -> Formatting Style -> Other ->
Indentation. If I recall, the default value is '2', and you want '1'.

Mike

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That was it, Mike, thanks!

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John

"Mike Strobel" <mstrobel@cdcsoftware.com> wrote in message
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I believe the option you need to change is "Continuous line indent
multiplier" under Languages -> C# -> Formatting Style -> Other ->
Indentation. If I recall, the default value is '2', and you want '1'.

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Mike


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