f it is just the line you are trying to get rid of, then double-click on
the edge of the text box to bring up the Format Text Box dialog (or
right-click and choose Format Text Box). Then, on the Colors and Lines tab,
choose No Line.
If you're trying to combine the graphic and caption in a single text box,
just select the graphic, press the right arrow key to get past it, and press
Enter to insert a new paragraph. Then select the text in the caption text
box, Cut, and Paste into the graphic text box. Delete the empty caption text
If you need to create a Table of Figures, you will find that Word will not
"see" a caption in a text box. In that case, a frame is a better solution.
On the Text Box tab of Format Text Box click the Convert to Frame... button
and ignore the warnings. You may need to remove the border from the frame;
that one does come from Format | Borders and Shading.
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