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Want to remove header/footer from botton of document

Posted on 2014-03-30
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MS Words.  For some reason, I have "Footer - Section 2", "Header-Section 2" at bottom of document.  How do remove?
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Question by:RaiderNationDelegate
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by:RaiderNationDelegate
ID: 39964969
Oops.  Ms WORD, not "words".
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by:Santosh Gupta
ID: 39964971
go to insert --> header and select "remove header".
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by:Tony Giangreco
ID: 39965005
Depending on the version of Word you have, it's on the toolbar at the top. Go to Insert, Header/Footer, at the bottom, there should be a lick or check box that save Remove Head or Footer. Click that.
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by:RaiderNationDelegate
ID: 39965011
I've tried those... They didn't work.    When I press "remove header" or "remove footer", the footer and page numbers that are supposed to be there are removed.
There are 11 pages. Each page has a header/footer, by design.

Unfortunately, after the last page, there is a HEader/Footer Section- 2, followed by a Header/Footer Section - 3.
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by:Tony Giangreco
ID: 39965014
The header & Footer refers to text that is displayed at the bottom of the page. page number is different.

For page number, go to Inset, Page Number, click remove Page Numbers.
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by:RaiderNationDelegate
ID: 39965193
I did this a long time ago, and was hoping for a more detailed response so that I wouldn't have to go on Youtube, Google, etc.  

I'll repost if I can't find the answers.
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RaiderNationDelegate earned 0 total points
ID: 39965253
Here's the correct answer:
1. Go to VIEW
2. Click on DRAFT. This reveals the position of the section breaks.
3. Place cursor to the line that says "Section break".
4. Click "Delete".
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by:RaiderNationDelegate
ID: 39977629
The provided answers were too vague.
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