I'm doing a mail merge which contains 6-8 little 1-line tables to help format the resulting text. Each table is contained in an IF field that makes the presence of the line and the table that contains it depend on a condition that is contained in a MERGE field. I am getting correct results in every sense except that I don't want the table borders to be visible in the merged document. Each table in the mail merge "main document" has its borders turned off but the resulting tables in the merge result document have borders turned on.
Is there any way to make the table borders remain off in the merged result? I've tried to use * MERGEFORMAT in what seems like the correct places and that hasn't helped.
If there is no other way, maybe I have to run some VBA code that steps through the variable number of tables and turns off the borders in all the tables. If that is the only alternative, can someone outline the code steps that would do this?