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Check your armrest on the door panel, it should have 2 or 3 plastic plugs that cover the screws that hold the armrest onto the door,
these plugs can be gently levered out with a pointed instrument or a small screwdriver, also check for screws where you put your fingers to close the door when you are in the car.
if the door handle is on the armrest or the door trim you will see a x screw that holds it to the door, remove the screw
you may need to buy a set of torx drivers for removing the screws for the armrest and the door handle (Maybe)
once these are removed check for any screws around the bottom of the door trim, if there isnt any, use a flat instrument such as a knife blade or a blade screwdriver and put it between the back of the trim and the door and lever it back gently

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