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    Crazy Repagination! (XP SP2)

    Hi,

    My Word document of 50 pages is separated by Section Breaks where I needed the alternations beween A3 and A4.

    Right now, the document is going crazy - when I scroll even a line up when clicking the mouse, it tries to repaginate the whole document.

    How can I switch off this "feature" ?

    Thanks,

    m.q.

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    Re: Crazy Repagination! (XP SP2)

    Does it help if you switch to Normal view and turn off Background Repagination in Tools/Options..., General tab? It is not possible to turn off repagination entirely in Word, but that is the nearest you can get.

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    Re: Crazy Repagination! (XP SP2)

    This sounds familiar, but from an earlier version of Word. It could have had something to do with an object larger than a page which Word kept trying to move to a new page over and over and over. But if you search here for a few minutes, you might find it. Possibly "nonstop" repagination, or something similar.

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    Re: Crazy Repagination! (XP SP2)

    Hi musab:
    I think Jefferson is talking about this thread. It turned out that one of the graphics was anchored to a paragraph that had become part of a section break, rather than a normal pargraph mark. Let us know if this helps or not.

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