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    Removing solid horizontal line (2003)

    I created a solid black line across the page with Shift + - (X3). Now I want to remove it, but the *&^#@ thing won't go away! What's the trick?

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    Re: Removing solid horizontal line (2003)

    The line has been converted into a border. Place the cursor immediately above the line and select "Format > Borders and Shading..." to bring up the dialog from which you can remove the border.

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    Re: Removing solid horizontal line (2003)

    A-ha! Thank you!

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    Re: Removing solid horizontal line (2003)

    And if you don't like Word doing that you can change it. On the Tools menu go to AutoCorrect options..., select the Autoformat as you Type tab, then clear the check box that says Border lines.

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