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In WORD, moving a panel lower ( not click on "enter")

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Using Word 2000, running Windows Me - - am working on a simple 3-panel newsletter, arranged in landscape orientation. Want to move just the left-hand panel down a few lines, leaving the other 2 panels where they are. There is plenty of space at the bottom, to accommodate going down a few lines. When I click on "enter" at the start of the left-hand panel, then ALL the panels move down. Can someone let me know how to move JUST the left-hand panel down? I have a few books on WORD, but they do not cover this particular subject. Thanks very much.
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I tried it with Word 2003 and it was fine, although I used a document then converted it to 3 columns which may make a difference, do you have view in print layout
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