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    I was just migrated to 2007, after I started to be able to beat 2003 into submission. So, we start again.

    When you set a 2003 table to "No Borders", the borders would show as phantom (non-printing) gray lines. Can anybody help me set 2007 to do the same thing?
    [I have been here for years; I had to get things restarted]

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD1 View Post
    When you set a 2003 table to "No Borders", the borders would show as phantom (non-printing) gray lines.
    Those are table gridlines, and there should be a button for them on one of the two table related ribbon tabs.

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    I found out the problem. In 2003 in "normal" view, the non-printing grid lines show up. In 2007 in "draft" view, the lines do not show up (or at least I cannot find the switch that turns them on). By moving the mouse slowly around, you can get it to change to the two parallel lines that show that you are on the border, and you can then move things around. And, of course if you have the ruler bar on, you have a little bit more information available.

    But still........
    [I have been here for years; I had to get things restarted]

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