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Old 05-28-2012, 08:14 PM
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Hi,

I have converted a pdf to MS word and i did some changes in converted doc... there are some lines in this doc there are not required for me.. i want to delete some lines from it... but really not able to delete... because i am not able to select these

Please help me to delete this and write the complete procedure (how you have deleted it)... This is really urgent doc for me...



As "My attached doc page one i have 1 extra line with Telephone word"



I am attaching my whole doc.. Please make the changes which is commented in red color....

Thanks you so much in advance...

Really it would be a great help me.

Note : (some lines i can select or delete but some lines i can not select or delete)

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Old 05-29-2012, 01:34 AM
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Hi Please Reply Me.. Because This is very urgent..
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Old 05-29-2012, 03:01 AM
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Your problem is caused by having autoshapes for underlining, instead of using proper underlining. On the whole, the document is poorly constructed, with autoshapes for underlining and creating boxes, table cells that aren't wide enough for data entry, and so on.
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May you send me after updating this doc as per red comments..

because this is really urgent.. for me
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Your document will require a lot of work to set right. I suggest you hire someone who is skilled in document design to do this correctly. In the meantime, here is a macro you can use to move all the lines that are presently behind the tables to the front, so that you can then select and delete them.
Code:
Sub MoveToFront()
Dim Shp As Shape
For Each Shp In ActiveDocument.Shapes
  If Shp.WrapFormat.Type = wdWrapBehind Then
    Shp.WrapFormat.Type = wdWrapFront
  End If
Next
End Sub
To see how to use the macro, go to: http://www.gmayor.com/installing_macro.htm
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it works for me but some shapes still not going to wdWrapFront ... Please suggest me what should i do...
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Without more details, I cannot possibly diagnose that issue. You could simplify the macro, though, to explcitly force all shapes 'in front', not only those that are 'behind':
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Sub MoveToFront()
Dim Shp As Shape
For Each Shp In ActiveDocument.Shapes
  Shp.WrapFormat.Type = wdWrapFront
Next
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Please check attached page 1 Telephone word line is not effecting by macro.. Please look..
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Pelase check State word line also...
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Hi Paul Edstein,

Pelase help me ...

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The line that was previously in the middle of the telephone line has gone. The line that is now at the bottom of that line is actually a cell border applied to the tops of the cells below the telephone line.

This goes back to what I said before about your document's poor design. The lines are just not done with any consistency or in a way that facilitiates maintenance.
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Thank you so much Paul Edstein... you are a excellent in ms office with VBA...M sure you can teach everyone
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