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Another dumb question. (I never knew I knew so little about Word, until
recently.) In aiding me with another problem, someone suggested I press Alt
+ F9. This didn't solve the problem, and more importantly, brought out a
number of codes (like those below) which can be seen throughout the whole
document, including the footers. I can't seem to eliminate them. (I've
tried Pi, and that's not it.) Any advice would be appreciated. I feel
like I'm ruining this document, rather than building it.