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Delete removing a header 2 pages previous RRS feed

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  • Hi David

    What you're seeing is exactly what you'd expect to happen.

    The document has three sections.

    Page 5 is in section 2. Section 2 has a header (which, as you say, you can see on page 5).

    Section 3 starts on page 10. Section 3 has no header (ie no content in the primary header). And, the blank header in Section 3 is not linked to the header in Section 2.

    Page 7 is within Section 2. So when you delete from page 7 to the end, you are deleting, in the middle of that material, the section break at the end of section 2.

    After the deletion, the material on pages 5 and 6 are now in the last section of the document. Since you deleted the section break that held their header, they have taken on the properties of the original last section (which was section 3, and had no header). Therefore, there's no header displayed on pages 5 and 5.

    Cheers

    Shauna

    Shauna Kelly
    http://www.shaunakelly.com/word

    <DavidThi808> wrote in message news:7d7992a1-2305-48fb-934f-2c341af6b9a4@communitybridge.codeplex.com...

    Hi all;

    Here's the easiest way to duplicate this (no AddOn required!) -

    1. bring up the file http://www.windwardreports.com/temp/Bug11677.docx
    2. Go to page 5 and note the header.
    3. Select from the top of page 7 to the end.
    4. Hit delete.
    5. Page 5 & 6 no longer have their header.

    How does that happend?

    thanks - dave


    Very funny video - What's your Metaphor? <http://blogs.windwardreports.com/davidt/2010/02/reporting-as-a-metaphor.html>

    • Marked as answer by DavidThi808 Tuesday, February 22, 2011 4:30 PM
    Friday, February 18, 2011 1:17 PM

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  • Hello Dave,

    Thanks for posting. I am trying to involve someone familiar with this topic to further look at this issue. There might be some time delay. Appreciate your patience. Thank you for your understanding and have a nice weekend.


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    Friday, February 18, 2011 9:58 AM
  • Hi David

    What you're seeing is exactly what you'd expect to happen.

    The document has three sections.

    Page 5 is in section 2. Section 2 has a header (which, as you say, you can see on page 5).

    Section 3 starts on page 10. Section 3 has no header (ie no content in the primary header). And, the blank header in Section 3 is not linked to the header in Section 2.

    Page 7 is within Section 2. So when you delete from page 7 to the end, you are deleting, in the middle of that material, the section break at the end of section 2.

    After the deletion, the material on pages 5 and 6 are now in the last section of the document. Since you deleted the section break that held their header, they have taken on the properties of the original last section (which was section 3, and had no header). Therefore, there's no header displayed on pages 5 and 5.

    Cheers

    Shauna

    Shauna Kelly
    http://www.shaunakelly.com/word

    <DavidThi808> wrote in message news:7d7992a1-2305-48fb-934f-2c341af6b9a4@communitybridge.codeplex.com...

    Hi all;

    Here's the easiest way to duplicate this (no AddOn required!) -

    1. bring up the file http://www.windwardreports.com/temp/Bug11677.docx
    2. Go to page 5 and note the header.
    3. Select from the top of page 7 to the end.
    4. Hit delete.
    5. Page 5 & 6 no longer have their header.

    How does that happend?

    thanks - dave


    Very funny video - What's your Metaphor? <http://blogs.windwardreports.com/davidt/2010/02/reporting-as-a-metaphor.html>

    • Marked as answer by DavidThi808 Tuesday, February 22, 2011 4:30 PM
    Friday, February 18, 2011 1:17 PM
  • Oh......

    That's right - the section info is actually stored at the end of a section. So while to a human being it is at the start and the section 2 header should be kept, it uses the section 3 info on the delete.

    thanks - dave


    Very funny video - What's your Metaphor?
    Tuesday, February 22, 2011 4:30 PM