How to remove all frames in Word?
Frames are used to position text or graphics that contain certain items. How to insert frames into Word document? But sometimes frames make the document hard to edit because all text are placed inside frames. How to easy remove frames from document in Word?
- Manually remove frames from document one by one
- Remove all frames from document with VBA code
- Remove all frames from document in one click with Kutools for Word
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Users can manually remove a single frame by the Format Frame feature in Word. Please do as follows:
1. Select the frame you want to remove, right click, and select Format Frame from the context menu.
2: In the popping out Frame dialog, please click the Remove Frame button.
Now the currently selected frame is removed at once.
VBA code can quickly remove all frames from the whole Word document in bulk. Please do as follows:
1. Press Alt+F11 to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window.
2. Click Insert > Module, and then paste below VBA code into the new opening module window.
The VBA code to remove all frames:
Sub RemoveFrames() Dim frm As Frame For Each frm In ActiveDocument.Frames frm.Delete Next frm End Sub
3. Click Run button or press F5 to apply the VBA.
Now all frames are removed from the current Word document in bulk immediately.
If you have Kutools for Word installed, you can apply its Remove Frames feature to quickly remove all frames in a certain selection or the whole document in bulk with only one click. Please do as follows:
Just click Kutools > Remove > Remove Frames, and all frames will be removed from the whole document immediately. See screenshot:
If you want to remove all frames from a certain selection, please select the part of document firstly, and then click click Kutools > Remove > Remove Frames.
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