Using LO Writer on a document created with some version of MS OFFICE. There are what appear to be bottom borders that I want to get rid of. I’ve tried various methods founnd in “stackoverflow.com” site… to no avail. Any help appreciated.
Tony Bean firstname.lastname@example.org
I very much appreciate the offered replies… but, I’m sorry to say nothing has worked. Here is more information that I hope helps.
- If I select the text (from the .odf file) which includes the offending bold line (black, from margin to margin), then “copy” it and attempt to “paste” it into this response message, all I get is the adjoining text… no line at all.
- One of the replies I got suggest I save the file as an .ODT file. When I do a “save as”, there is not “.ODT” option.
- If I place the cursor just to the right ot the line, then try to delete, the cursor immediately jumps just to the left of the line and deletes the character(s) just before the line. It seems impossible to actually select the line itself, and I cannot delete it from the left or from the right.
Thanks again for assisting me.
Again, I do not know the version of MS OFFICE that was used to create the text, When I received the original file, it was in .DOCX format.
(Slightly edited by @Lupp for better readability.)