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Unwanted headers/footers I recently finished a lengthy document; 15 pages to be exact, and decided to finish editing at a later date--here's the problem: every time I open the document, somehow there are all kinds of footers/headers added that break each line in the document into a new page. Help!!

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I've never had this problem, but if you hit "Alt-F#," you'll get "Reveal Codes" at the bottom of your screen. Then go to the first page of the document where the problem begins, locate the code for the footers and headers you don't want, and then delete those codes.

Another, probably simpler approach is to click "Insert" and on the drop down menu, click "Header/Footer." Then unselect whatever is dotted. That should get rid of the headers and footers. JS

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

  • jsarb Apr 14, 2009

    That should have read, "Alt-F3" for reveal codes, not Alt-F#. Sorry. JS

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