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    Spontaneous hiding of table gridlines

    I have a user who periodically needs to show gridlines. She's not intentionally hiding them, so I'm not sure why they hide. I thought the gridline setting was based on user, so if another user hides gridlines, that should not carry over to someone else's computer when he opens it. Right?

    Or am I misunderstanding the gridline setting?

    This is for Word 2010.

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    Although the Table gridline display is a Word setting, you can also have two documents open with copies of the same table, one showing gridlines, the other not - just by toggling the gridlines setting in only one of those documents. Whichever setting you last use will become the default for the next document that is opened.

    Paul Edstein
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