Problem with Microsoft Word 2007

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Hello Good Day 1,

I am working with word 2007 and I want to put footer on the document but when I try to insert footer I am getting a horizontal line which I want to get rid of.
 
I want to remove this line between the footer and the main page. I have tried severally even trying to put a blank footer but the horizontal line still appears.
 
Some one please helps on how I can remove the line because I am tired to extend of removing even the footer of which I don’t want to do.
 
Thank you in advance.
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Answered By 0 points N/A #105774

Problem with Microsoft Word 2007

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Hi.
 
When you are inserting a ‘Footer’ in MS – Word from the Insert menu or other way, it gets cursor to footer area. So you can type the footer or set other options such as page numbers, author name, chapter etc.
 
When the focus is on footer area a horizontal line will come which meant for separating the footer area and the normal text area. When you go back to the normal area after typing or setting up the footer, that line will disappear. That line is just meant to display the both areas and it will not come in the print out.
 
I hope that line would not disturb you.
 
Regards,
 
Jaison
Answered By 0 points N/A #105775

Problem with Microsoft Word 2007

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Dear Arnold,
 
The header and footer are separated from the text page. The line you are talking about is not the problem at all. It is to help the user to give an idea about how much he or she can edit in that footer section. When you will print, this line will not be printed. Moreover, you can see the print preview.
 
There you will see no line is available. So, this is not about something that you should worry. You just type what you want in text page and select page numbers, author or whatever you like in header and footer. You don’t need to think about the line you are saying.

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