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Formatting: Box on top of box creates unwanted, thick line

Hi All,

I've got a box in one section, 2 suppressed sections under that,

and then a another box. Both are "extend to bottom of section".

I've tried overlapping the bottom of the box into the suppressed

section, and not. I've tried setting "extend to bottom of section",

and not. I've zoomed in close enough to count the microbes on

the computer screen and placing it exactly to the bottom.

What is the secret to placing one box in one section,

then placing another box in a section below and not having them overlap ?

What mountain do I climb ?

How much blood do I have to give ?

Thank you,

Jimmy 😊

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    Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 07:02 PM

    Hi Jimmy,

    Please do not wast your energy by climbing or giving blood. Do the following trick.

    Section 1--box

    section-2,3 suppressed

    Here create a new section and full minimize it (do not apply suppress or hide)

    Section-4 box

    Now with the help of new section you will see agap between two boxes.



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