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  1. #1
    garyasta
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    Default Text Box Borders

    I have MS Word 97 and have placed two text boxes in a document and would like to have the box borders invisible when I print.

    I have tried; Format > Borders & Shading > Setting > "Box" > Style > "nothing" > Color > "White" > Width > "1/4 pt"

    Still the document prints with a border. Anybody have any ideas as to how the box outline can be removed during printing.

    Gary

  2. #2
    Oxie
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    Default Re: Text Box Borders

    garyasta

    Slect the text box, then right click the mouse and choose Format Text Box. Click on the Colors and Line tab and under Line Color choose None. Alternatively if you have the Drawing toolbar visible, click on the text box and then the Line Color button and select No Line.

    Lyn (Oxie)

  3. #3
    garyasta
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    Default Re: Text Box Borders

    Hi Lyn

    Many thanks for the response. My problem is now invisible.

    Cheers
    Gary

  4. #4
    Oxie
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    Default Re: Text Box Borders

    garyasta

    I am pleased I could help.

    Lyn (Oxie)

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