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Hiding Gridlines in a Table: MS Word

You may not realize it when you first insert a table, but MS Word includes some non-printing gridlines around the table. You can't normally see the gridlines because they are obscured by the border that Word formats tables with by default. The ... purpose of gridlines is to mark the boundaries of the table and each cell in the table when you have the table formatted for no border. You have complete control over whether gridlines are displayed or not. To turn them off, you simply need to choose Hide Gridlines from the Table menu. When you later want them back on, choose the same option again. The ... (view more)

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