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    Ive a word document. Theres frames throughout the document. which indicates to me, the orginial format was in PDF and OCR scanned. The result is each paragraph is contained within a frame.

    currently im selecting each paragraph, right mouse clicking, select Format Frame, click Remove Frame, click OK.

    This is a very manual, labourious and time consuming way to remove the frames.

    is there an easy way to select all & remove frames?

    note: i have several documents with frames throughout the doc.


    many thanks
    diana
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    Perhaps:

    Code:
    Sub RemoveAllFrames()
    Dim intCount As Integer
    With ActiveDocument
        For intCount = .Frames.Count To 1 Step -1
            .Frames.Item(intCount).Delete
        Next
    End With
    End Sub

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    Would you believe that one of Word's many hidden standard commands is Remove Frames. Presuming you are using Word 2007, use Customize Quick Access Toolbar, Select All COmmand and scroll down the list to Remove Frames and add it to the QAT.

    In your document, SelectAll (Ctrl+A) and press the new command button.

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    nice work Terry

    diana

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