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I use MS Word quite a lot for things such as invitations etc and one function that I used to use a lot in previous versions was moving parts of text boxes or images off screen - one example is when you want to arrange text boxes, some fonts have a massive gap on top/below which was simply solved by moving part of the text box "off page".

Since installing Word 2016 I cannot use this function and the edges of text boxes and images 'snap' to the edge of the page and will not let me move part "off page".



Any workarounds to this would be much appreciated.

Many thanks in advance
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