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Removing & indenting strike through text (both red coloured and grey coloured) RRS feed

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  • Hi,

    I have a two column document in word 2010. It's a reviewed document & i feel tracking is also on & is visible on the progress bar. At the end of document i have 5 lines:

    vii.	Applications of CG		           Score: ___
    viii.	Graphic File Formats		           Score: ___
    ix.vii.	Animation			           Score: ___
    x.viii.	Ray tracing			           Score: ___
    xi.ix.	Moirre Effect			           Score: ___
    Note the above text is copied from my document but here its not visible correctly.

    vii & viii are strike through and are red coloured. In case of viii the strike through line extends beyond the start of text 'Graphic File Formats'. Note ix is grayed & strike through but vii  is  grayed only. Same thing happens with next two lines which appear on next page on left column. x is trike through & grayed but viii is grayed but not strike through. Similarly last last line of document has xi strike through and grayed but ix is only grayed. I have to adjust the numbering cancel strike through vii & viii which are in red colour & remove extra vii, viii & ix from last 3 lines & accept ix x & xi in the last three lines & make them black. Also note that Score should come after each line & there is no numbering associated with it. Please guide me. I cant attach my file.

    Zulfi. 


    Saturday, January 17, 2015 2:19 PM

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  • Hi Zulfi,

    According to your description, this issue is more related to word instead of word development, Since there are more word experts in the Word IT Pro Discusstions forum, we will move this thread to Word IT Pro Discusstions forum.

    Thanks for your understanding.

    Regards

    Starain


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    Monday, January 19, 2015 7:58 AM