Remove line in footer

I have a document with multiple sections that I have to correct (remove all page numbers, give them one page by section, etc.). However, I noticed that there is this line - the footer in the second section, and then it just won't disappear.

I cannot delete it. Can't drag it up and down (it seems to be at the same level as the top margin in the footer, so changing that margin changes the vertical position.

I don't really know what this is, searching with text like "word 2010 delete line in footer" is not very helpful. Using Word 2010.



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This issue can occur if both of the following conditions are true:

The line was created by typing a series of 3 or more characters and then pressing ENTER. The characters include the hyphen (-), underscore (_), equal sign (=), asterisk (*), tilde (~), and number sign (#).

The AutoFormat As You Type feature in Word is configured to automatically format borders.



To remove a row, follow these steps:

Click at the beginning of the line.
On the Format menu, click Borders and Shading, and then click the Borders tab.
Under Settings, click None, and then click OK.




On the Page Layout tab, go to the page border and in it, go to the border and don't apply any. you can also change its format by applying a new one and applying it to the paragraph



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