Microsoft Word 2003: How to DELETE the line

Posted on 2011-10-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-12

1) I have an attached document here
2) Please see at the Last page...
- There is a LINE there
3) The Goal: How to DELETE the above Line?
4) Note: When I print, that line is also printed
5) I posted this issue Yesterday, and No expert can solve it
6) Other experts will try please
7) Thanks

Question by:tjie
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    Assisted Solution

    where is the attached document ?
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    Accepted Solution

    Sorry, I don' see an attached document?

    If you are referring to the document which is attached in this link

    Then it is very simple to delete that line. Just move one line up and press the delete button.

    Here is the file with the line deleted.


    Author Comment

    1) Sorry...
    2) I forgot to attach the document
    3) Yes, that is the right one
    4) Thanks
    LVL 30

    Expert Comment

    1) Sorry...
    2) I forgot to attach the document
    3) Yes, that is the right one
    4) Thanks

    1) No Probs ;)
    2) That's OK :)
    3) Gr8!
    4) You are Welcome :)


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