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¿Cómo eliminar todos los saltos de sección en Word?

Un salto de sección es útil cuando desea cambiar el formato en Word. Es fácil insertar un salto de sección para comenzar una nueva sección, pero ¿sabe cómo eliminar rápidamente todos los saltos de sección en un documento largo? A continuación, se ofrecen algunos consejos para eliminar todos los saltos de sección en Word 2007/2010.


Eliminar un salto de sección manualmente en palabra

Este método lo guiará para mostrar todas las marcas de párrafo y los símbolos de formato ocultos en el documento de Word, y luego eliminar manualmente el salto de sección especificado fácilmente. Vea los siguientes pasos:

1. Hacer clic Home > (Mostrar / ocultar marcas de edición) para mostrar todas las marcas de párrafo y los símbolos de formato ocultos en el documento actual.

2. Coloque el cursor antes del salto de sección especificado y luego presione el Borrar clave para quitarlo. Ver captura de pantalla:

3. Para eliminar más saltos de sección, repita el paso 2 anterior.

Un clic para eliminar todos los saltos (página / columna / sección) de la selección o del documento completo en Word

En comparación con mostrar los símbolos de formato y eliminar cada ruptura manualmente uno por uno, Kutools for Word admite una serie de funciones para eliminar las rupturas con solo un clic: (1) Elimine todo tipo de interrupciones de la selección o de documentos completos; (2) eliminar todos los saltos de página / columna / sección de la selección o de documentos completos. ¡Haga clic para obtener una prueba gratuita de 60 días!

Elimine todos los saltos de sección con Buscar y reemplazar característica en Word

También puede eliminar todos los saltos de sección del documento de Word actual con la función Buscar y reemplazar en Word. Por favor haga lo siguiente:

1. Hacer clic Home > reemplazar (o presione Ctrl + H teclas simultáneamente) para abrir el cuadro de diálogo Buscar y reemplazar. Ver captura de pantalla:

2. En el próximo cuadro de diálogo Buscar y reemplazar, (1) tipo ^b en el objeto Encuentra lo que caja, (2) no escriba nada en el Reemplazar con cuadro, y luego (3) haga clic en el reemplazar todo botón. Ver captura de pantalla:

3. Aparece un cuadro de diálogo de Microsoft Word que le indica cuántos saltos de sección ha eliminado. Haga clic en el OK para cerrarlo

4. Cierre el cuadro de diálogo Buscar y reemplazar.

Hasta ahora, todos los saltos de sección ya se han eliminado del documento actual.


Eliminar todos los saltos de sección usando VBA

Además de la función Buscar y reemplazar anterior, también puede eliminar rápidamente todos los saltos de sección del documento actual con VBA en Word. Por favor haga lo siguiente:

1. prensa Alt + F11 llaves juntas para abrir el Microsoft Visual Basic para aplicaciones ventana;

2. Hacer clic recuadro > Móduloy luego pegue los siguientes códigos VBA en la ventana del nuevo módulo.

VBA: elimine todos los saltos de sección en Word

Sub DeleSectionBreaks()
Selection.Find.ClearFormatting
Selection.Find.Replacement.ClearFormatting
With Selection.Find
.Text = "^b"
.Replacement.Text = ""
.Forward = True
.Wrap = wdFindContinue
.Format = False
.MatchCase = False
.MatchWholeWord = False
.MatchByte = False
.MatchAllWordForms = False
.MatchSoundsLike = False
.MatchWildcards = False
.MatchFuzzy = False
End With
Selection.Find.Execute Replace:=wdReplaceAll
End Sub

3. Luego haga clic Corral botón o prensa F5 clave para ejecutar el código. Y luego, los cortes de sección se eliminarán a granel de una vez.


Elimine todos los saltos de sección con Kutools para Word

Si tiene Kutools for Word instalado, puede eliminar rápidamente todos los saltos de sección del documento actual a granel con solo un clic en su Eliminar rupturas de sección característica. Haz lo siguiente:

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Haz clic en Kutools > Se Rompe > Eliminar rupturas de sección. Ver captura de pantalla:
doc eliminar todos los saltos de sección 001
Y luego aparece un cuadro de diálogo para solicitar su reconfirmación, haga clic en el botón para seguir adelante.

Ahora todos los saltos de sección se eliminan del documento actual de forma masiva inmediatamente.

Nota:: Este Eliminar rupturas de sección La función también admite eliminar todos los saltos de sección de la selección: (1) seleccione la parte donde eliminará los saltos de sección y (2) clic Kutools > Se Rompe > Eliminar rupturas de sección.

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    PrimalUser · 10 months ago
    damn it, great post!
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    trickzz88@gmail.com · 1 years ago
    Thank you so much this helped me a lot. I tried the help in word no help at all more confused then ever. I tried the help from word help page no help at all. I looked at a lot of websites and non was any help on getting rid of the page break that was messing up my header and footer they all was saying something different then what my word from 365 was showing. Then i ran across this website and you helped me in less then 1 minute and all my troubles went away. again thank you so much!
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    Angela · 2 years ago
    Thank you so much!
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    Baibhav · 2 years ago
    Loved it! This issue was driving me crazy.
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    A Wyoming · 3 years ago
    Thank you! The extra page at the end of my document was driving me crazy! Removing all section breaks made me have to move some things back into place, but it was worth it. Thank you so much for sharing!!!
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    arr · 3 years ago
    very helpful. specially removing section breaks with find and replace :lol:
    thanks
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    Venkatram · 4 years ago
    @hamideh Very Helpful. My Problem solved.
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    John Gregory · 4 years ago
    Really the tips are awesome and very helpful to many word-users..........
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    John Gregory · 4 years ago
    Really, the sections-break removing tips are awesome and very helpful to those who have a lot of section breaks in a document to be deleting....
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    Evan · 4 years ago
    [quote name="Jay"]Oddly enough, even though I have searched and searched, I've got an anomaly in my document where I have Footer -Section 3- and the next page is Footer - Section 4- but there is no section break on those pages to account for the section incrementing. Very frustrating.[/quote]

    I am encountering the same thing Jay
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    Emad Eddin Malkawi · 4 years ago
    thanks a lot, really helpful
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    Mahmood · 4 years ago
    Greetings,

    Thank you very much. Very useful, saved my lots of working hours. Thanks a lot.
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    ALEX · 4 years ago
    thank you a lot, after 1 hour and a half I finally found the article that helped me. Thank you!!
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    Bori · 4 years ago
    OOOO thanks so much!!!! I was i big trouble
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    nosenerwell · 5 years ago
    @Gitti Worked like a charm. Thank you so much for finding this method and sharing it with the community!
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    ali · 5 years ago
    after searching 2 years today i got the answer
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    Darlene · 5 years ago
    @Tom Good question, require help with this also.
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    Darlene · 5 years ago
    I am attempted to use online word, I am struggling to get rid of section breaks, I follow the instructions in "help" menu only find I have no drop down menu's as shown in the screen shot. From "find & replace" to "show and hide" these are missing from my "home" menu, I so confused.
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    Sandy · 5 years ago
    Thank you, thank you! I'm editing a book for an author (300 pages) and couldn't get rid of the 27 section breaks, even after following advice from online MS experts. Most breaks I was able to delete using your directions for Find/Replace, but STILL-- seven breaks remained that were hidden. I used the VBA Macro as well (in a copy of the document, as a trial.) The only way that worked was after clearing ALL the formatting in the entire book. Not cool to have to do all that work over again--about 10-12 hours of re-formatting.
    So next, I made a new copy of the doc and downloaded Kutools for Word. After installation, I tried Kutools on a small 5 page doc --inserting section breaks and page breaks, then removed them easily.
    THEN--opened up the copy of the book (final edited copy due today, btw), ran Kutools "remove section breaks"--and VOILA! NO MORE SECTION BREAKS! YAY! Happy, happy me. :D Extend Office folks--you rock! I will be recommending your brilliant add-ins to my other techy family and friends.
    (And my patient hubby is very grateful that my agonizing saga with Word section break anomalies is over.)
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    Charudatta Sawant · 5 years ago
    Very useful, saved my lots of working hours. Thnx.
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    Gitti · 5 years ago
    @gitti I found the solution myself.
    Go into the header / footer function. Unlink headers and footers from the previous pages - starting at the BACK of the document working your way forward.
    Once everything is unlinked, you can remove section breaks without screwing up your header.
    However, to get changes from A4 to A3 or from portrait to landscape you will still need to make sure you have section breaks (not page breaks) before / after the odd formatted page.
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    CA · 5 years ago
    YEAH!!!! This worked like a charm I am a believer now.
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    Nigerian Law · 5 years ago
    Wow! Thank you so much for this most useful guide on how to replace all section breaks in one go. Your guide worked perfectly.

    We had 35 section breaks in Microsoft Office 2013 and it was a nightmare to replace them one by one.

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    JD · 6 years ago
    This is a really helpful post.... :-)
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    Ann · 6 years ago
    God bless you! I have been trying to delete these danged things for years. Your page is pure bliss!!
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    Vien · 6 years ago
    Thankyou, simple explanation that saved a lot of time.
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    ManMar · 6 years ago
    Thank you so much. This really helped!!
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    Twinkle · 6 years ago
    It really saved my time and ink since I have been printing the wrong pages because of this section thing. Thanks
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    Tom · 6 years ago
    The Find-and-Replace method worked far better than anything Microsoft had when I Googled "How do you delete section breaks in Word 2013." Thanks for posting this help.
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    Jo B · 6 years ago
    I need to add different sentences on different pages in the footer of my document. How do I enter them individually without repetition? How do I format my document?

    Thanks in advance for your assistance
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    gitti · 6 years ago
    Useless - I'm looking for away to remove a section break without screwing up my header and footer and page formatting.
    The last page of my document was intended for A3 landscape pictures with tiny margins but the parts before that were A4 portrait with specific margins, headers, etc.
    If I remove the Section break (which was added last to the document), it puts the entire document on A3 landscape with tiny margins and no headers and footers.

    Does anybody have an i dea how to fix it?
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    Pazhi · 7 years ago
    Thanks for this helpful hint.
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    Jule · 7 years ago
    oohh.. this is what i want, thanks for this posting.. really good !!! thanks again :D
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    Sunny · 7 years ago
    Thank you very much indeed! With your help, I've managed to solve a hideous problem that, for a little while, made me loose my sunny smile...thanx!
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    Sorin Acela · 7 years ago
    That is rubbish for Word 2003 users :(
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    Janine · 7 years ago
    Thanks, kind souls, this helped me a lot. :) ;-)
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    Barbara Cleveland · 7 years ago
    Thank you so much! I had been struggling with this for some time until I used the find and replace to remove the section breaks I din't know were there. The fix took 30 seconds. Awesome!
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    Jay · 7 years ago
    Oddly enough, even though I have searched and searched, I've got an anomaly in my document where I have Footer -Section 3- and the next page is Footer - Section 4- but there is no section break on those pages to account for the section incrementing. Very frustrating.
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    Umar Zubair · 7 years ago
    Thanks a lot. Really help full. :-)
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    Stefanus · 7 years ago
    Thank you so much, this article saves my homework !
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    Marita · 7 years ago
    Way better than Microsoft help! Thanks, I learned something new today and could remove a very annoying section break. :-)
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    Dilek · 7 years ago
    Thanks a lot it really helped!
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    Jochem · 7 years ago
    Finally a decent article on how to find and delete the section breaks. This should be on microsoft's own page. Thanks
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    hamideh · 7 years ago
    This is very good article, Thanks for your useful text