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I recently converted an OpenOffice .odt (word-processing) file to an MS Word 2010 (.docx) file. The .odt document contained a page break. The page break appears in the .docx file in MS Word, but after an exhaustive effort (and Google search), I can find no way to remove the page break from the .docx document through MS Word.

I can add new page breaks from within MS Word (and remove them) just fine - it's just this one page break that was imported from the .odt file that I cannot remove.

Can someone please tell me how to remove the page break that was imported from the .odt file?

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Try turning on paragraph marks. You then may be able to see and delete the page break.

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Sadly, this does not work. I do exactly as the link states - View -> Paragraph -> Show Paragraph Marks ... and I see paragraph marks throughout the document - but there's no visible mark for the page break, and no way to select and delete it. – Dan Nissenbaum Jul 12 '11 at 21:51
Maybe you can delete it with another program. Try re-opening in open office or google docs? – Joel Jul 12 '11 at 21:54
I opened with Google Docs, saved in Google Doc format, then downloaded as Word format, and it worked. Thanks. – Dan Nissenbaum Jul 25 '11 at 20:31

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