Microsoft Word - Getting rid of unused fields in equations (small dotted squares)

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Dear All,

I have several Word documents containing equations, and I did not use all the proposed fields. For example, an operation can have an upper limit and a lower limit, and sometimes I don't need both. The fields I didn't need, I left them blank, so they show a small dotted square in Word.


Unfortuntely, the PDF and the printed version still shows those empty squares.


Is there any way, without editing each of my equations (:anxious_face_with_sweat:), to get rid of all those empty squares when I export my file to a PDF, so that they don't show when printed?


Many thanks!screen 2024-07-04 à 09.18.55.png

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