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2 Ways to Remove the Horizontal Lines in the Header or Footer of Your Word Document

When you insert header or footer to your document, Word voluntarily adds a black horizontal line to the header or footer. This article will show you how to get rid of it. Sometimes, you may find an unwanted horizontal line after you insert header or footer to your Word, just like this: However, Word does not allow you to highlight or select it, and therefore you cannot easily get rid of them. To remove these unwanted lines quickly, you can refer to the following instructions. Method 1:...

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How to Create a Master Document that Links to Multiple Subdocuments in Your Word

To better manage longer document, you can create a master document, which contains links to other subdocuments. Follow this article to learn how. Sometimes, we need to develop a number of smaller documents, and then combine them together into a larger file. And a classic example is combining chapters in a novel. Previously, we have talked about a tricky way in How to Merge Multiple Word Documents into one”. In this article, we will introduce how to create a master document, which can...

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How to Combine & Merge Multiple Word Documents into One

While working on Word documents, sometimes you may need to merge many different documents into a single one. This article will show you how to do it. Have you ever needed to combine and merge a bunch of separate documents into single one? Of course, you can copy and paste the content into one document file directly, if you do not have a lot of documents. However, what if you have a number of documents need to be merged? For example, an author who is writing a book may save each chapter as an...

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