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    Hello,

    I have created a template, and have protected the styles, so that no unwanted styles gets added to it. After protecting it, I see a horizontal line at the right side of the page. This line is visible on all the pages, a document contains and the same remains visible in the print preview mode and also when I generate the PDF out of this. I want to hide this line, and an unable to locate the option. Please help !!

    Thanks in advance.

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    Could you attach a small sample document that demonstrates the problem? Remove most or all text from the document.

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    [quote name='HansV' post='786655' date='29-Jul-2009 04:39']Could you attach a small sample document that demonstrates the problem? Remove most or all text from the document.[/quote]


    Sure, please find attached the file.
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    Could you either provide the password, or attach a document that has been protected without a password? Thanks!

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    The horizontal line is part of the definition of the Heading 1 style (it's a bottom paragraph border). But perhaps you meant the vertical line?

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    [quote name='HansV' post='786666' date='29-Jul-2009 05:31']The horizontal line is part of the definition of the Heading 1 style (it's a bottom paragraph border). But perhaps you meant the vertical line?[/quote]


    Sorry !!. I actually meant to say vertical line ...

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    I can't find what causes the vertical line. It looks like a page border, but as soon as I unprotect the document, the line vanishes. If I then protect the styles in the document again (with or without a password), the line does not reappear.

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    [quote name='gurpreet' post='786660' date='29-Jul-2009 06:09']Sure, please find attached the file.[/quote]
    If you use reveal formatting, you'll see that your section has a border "Right (shadowed Custom, Custom color (RGB (0,0,78)), 0.85 pt, Margin: 2 pt)"

    Delete that and you're good to go.

    Pam
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    Good catch!
    But why does the border disappear as soon as you unprotect the document?

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    [quote name='PamCaswell' post='786679' date='29-Jul-2009 08:55']If you use reveal formatting, you'll see that your section has a border "Right (shadowed Custom, Custom color (RGB (0,0,78)), 0.85 pt, Margin: 2 pt)"

    Delete that and you're good to go.

    Pam[/quote]

    Thank you so much , Pam !! I was stuck with this problem from last 2 days, but this solution worked out
    I really appreciate your time and effort for helping me out.

    Once again would like to give a BIG Thanks !!

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    [quote name='gurpreet' post='786806' date='30-Jul-2009 07:30']Thank you so much , Pam !! I was stuck with this problem from last 2 days, but this solution worked out
    I really appreciate your time and effort for helping me out.

    Once again would like to give a BIG Thanks !![/quote]
    You're welcome, Gurpeet.
    Pam Caswell

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