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In Word 2007, you can use the Delete key to delete a section break. The following steps show how to delete a section break with the Delete key.
• On the View tab, select Draft in the Document Views group. This method works best in Draft view with the Show/Hide command working to display the section breaks. To access the Show/Hide command, press Ctrl+Shift+8.
• Position the insertion pointer just before the section break. Don’t click the mouse. Simply position the insertion pointer.
• Press the Delete key on the keyboard. Deleting a section removes any formatting, including headers and footers that were unique to that section. If you accidentally delete a section break, you lose any special formatting applied to that section; press Ctrl+Z to undo the deletion.
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