Christine, I don’t know whether it’s a technical problem or not, but the version I’ve just had a look at seems almost identical to the original. If it is a technology issue of one sort or another I‘m sorry to say that I don’t have a solution.
I’m going to say this as gently as I can, but from what I have read so far I wouldn’t be thinking of sending this to an agent. It’s often said that writers need a first draft to tell their story, of whatever sort, to themselves. It’s the time to work out what we want to say and find the kernel of it all. Then we work on how to shape that for a reader, and hopefully an agent. I’m afraid yours currently reads as a first draft “what is my story” rather than an engaging account that can hold a reader. In addition, I’d strongly recommend thinking about your tone. There are bitter undercurrents in most mentions of people in your life then that make for uncomfortable reading.
Sorry I can’t be more encouraging. I know from experience though that submitting to agents is time-consuming for the writer, so there’s no point wasting our own time when our work isn’t ready.