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    funny line (2003)

    In a file I'm working with from a colleague, there are thick black lines across the page at the end of two different paragraphs. I can't delete them: if I select the text on either side and delete, the line moves to the end of another paragraph; if I run find/replace and delete all graphics, it doesn't work; I can't work out how to select the line itself so as to be able to delete it. Can anyone help?

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    Re: funny line (2003)

    The lines are probably paragraph borders. To get rid of them, select the paragraph(s) and press Ctrl+Q. If that doesn't help, select the paragraph(s), then select Format | Borders and Shading..., click None, then click OK.

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    Re: funny line (2003)

    thanks very much--your guess is just right. I have a sense that you're always there to look after us!

    all best

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