getting rid of the vertical line showing track changed sentenc



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Re: getting rid of the vertical line showing track changed sentenc

Postby amFtZXNw » Tue, 26 Feb 2008 02:22:00 GMT

Thanks Tony for your prompt response. I had accepted all changes, and the 
vertical line remained in place.

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