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Weird line on Table of Contents

Posted on 2016-11-22
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When I try to create a Table of Contents on my Microsoft Word, it insists on adding a vertical line in front of all the Heading 1 Topics.

Is there anyway to get it to stop doing that?
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Question by:Michael Petry
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by:Rgonzo1971
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Hi,

Could you send a dummy?

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it is a tab stop with bar
example not from your file
EEthen delete the first tab in the corresponding lines

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by:Michael Petry
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Awesome. Thanks!
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