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At 15:33 29/06/2013 +0000, Maurice Noname wrote:
On Fri, 28 Jun 2013 14:44:49 +0100, Brian Barker wrote:
you will see one of a variety of borders attached to the preceding paragraph. This line is a property of that paragraph, not an entity by itself

My problem with those is they seem impossible to delete!

That's for precisely the reason I gave: that the line doesn't exist by itself but is instead part of the paragraph to which it is a border - normally the preceding one. To remove such a line, right-click in the relevant (probably preceding) paragraph and select Paragraph... or Edit Paragraph Style... as appropriate. On the Borders tab, you can either click the left-hand symbol under "Line arrangement" or click "- None -" for Style under Line to turn off the border and remove the line.

If you want to make life easier, it may be useful to leave an empty paragraph before using the three-symbol technique to create a border. Then the border is attached to a further empty paragraph and will be very much easier to delete if desired.

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

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