How do I stop text in text boxes affecting text in other text box

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How do I stop text in text boxes affecting text in other text box

Postby SGlzdG9yaWNhbCBSdXRo » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 10:59:01 GMT

I create family trees using text boxes in Word.  I have a text box on page 1 
which seems to be connected mysteriously to a text box on page 15.  Whatever 
I type in either one comes up in the other. Are they linked? How? Can I stop 
it?  

Re: How do I stop text in text boxes affecting text in other text box

Postby macropod » Mon, 13 Nov 2006 17:13:54 GMT

Hi Historical Ruth,

From the Word Help file-

. Switch to print layout view.

. Select the text box that you want the text to stop flowing from. To do
this, move the pointer over the border of the object until the pointer
becomes a four-headed arrow, and then click the border.

. On the Text Box toolbar, click Break Forward Link

Cheers

-- 
macropod
[MVP - Microsoft Word]


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