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I have a Word document that was created in 2002 and continually looks the way it should. I open it in 2003 and the top of the document has a big blank space.
This space is the Header field. Its about 20 lines long, but I cannot resize it. There is no spaces or letters in it, it just takes up the top 1/3rd of the document. Is there a way to remove the whole header?

The page is setup with no margins on any size, because it is a brochure that gets sent to a publishing company so Im not worried about trying to print it. I just cant get the Header removed or resized so the pictures and text go to the top of the page, which is situated in landscape.

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