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  Tuesday, 12 November 2019
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I have a very large MS word document (40 or 50 pages) that is made up of similar chunks of text
English - hello
Spanish - hola
French - bonjour
English - goodbye
Spanish -  adios
French  - au revoir

I would like to add another language - i.e. add a German line after every French line. I dont have to worry about the content of the line - we have transaltors to do that but i would like the document to look like 
English - hello
Spanish - hola
French - bonjour
German - 
English - goodbye
Spanish -  adios
French  - au revoir
German - 
So what i want the logic to say is every time there is a line that starts with "French" insert a line containing "German"
As i said there are almost a thousand of these groups so doing it by hand is not really an option.
Thanks
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Follow these steps to insert a horizontal line in your document:
Put your cursor in the document where you want to insert the horizontal line.
Go to Format | Borders And Shading.
On the Borders tab, click the Horizontal Line button.
Scroll through the options and select the desired line.
Click OK.
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