Word - interruzione di colonna
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dieter haake  Identity Verified
Austria
Local time: 16:40
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Oct 23, 2005

Ho convertito un lungo documento pdf in word.
Adesso ho le pagine piene di interruzioni di colonna/sezione ...

Qualcuno mi sa dire come le posso togliere?

grazie

didi


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Gilberto Lacchia  Identity Verified
Italy
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Con cerca e sostituisci Oct 23, 2005

Con la funzione Cerca e Sostituisci hai a disposizione una ricerca di caratteri speciali.

In Word Italiano premendo CTRL-SHIFT S si apre la finestra: con il pulsante [Altro] apri la parte inferiore e con [Speciale] l'elenco dei caratteri speciali.

L'interruzione di colonna è ^n : sostituendo tutto con nessun carattere dovrebbero scomparire.

Buon lavoro,
Gilberto


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dieter haake  Identity Verified
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Grazie

e notte


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