Make gridlines invisible in "Word" table..How?

  Simsy 13:51 14 Mar 06
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Hi folks...

The title says it all really. I know how to make the gridlines "invisible" such that they dont print, and they aren't present in "Print preview".

However, the lines are still visible, in a light grey, in my normal viewing mode, Print Layout. Is it possible to remove them from view?

The equivalent in Excel is Tools>Options>View and untick "View Gridlines" I can't find anything that corresponds to that in Word. (Word 2003 here at work)

Can anyone advise on what setting I need to tweak, or is it not possible?

Thanks in anticipation,

Regards,

Simsy

  Rigga 13:56 14 Mar 06

Table properties, button down the bottom, borders and shading. Then select none.

HTH. R.

  Rigga 13:58 14 Mar 06

oops.. I should really read the post more thoroughly, sorry. I'll get my coat :).

S.

  Simsy 14:00 14 Mar 06

But that doesn't stop them bing visible on screen. They don't print, but I can still see them on screen.

Any more?

Thanks,

Regards,

Simsy

  Simsy 14:00 14 Mar 06

Regards,

Simsy

  VoG II 14:04 14 Mar 06

Table|Hide Gridlines (!!)

  Simsy 14:42 14 Mar 06

something suitable to beat myself with!! It's not supposed to be THAT easy VoG™!!

I suppose that's why it's not in the archives... It's so easy no-one else has had a problem with it!

Thanks,

Regards,

Simsy

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