Adding borders to table cells


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Adding borders to table cells

By default, Word tables are created with borders. But you don't have to keep those borders. You can remove them. You can also apply borders to individual cells, rows, columns or the table itself. Let's take a look. So as you can see, the default border appears around each cell in this table. Word offers a number of ways to remove these borders. One way is with the Borders menu. Start by selecting the cells you want to erase the borders from. So in my example, I'll select the first row.

Now, I'll pull down the Borders menu and you can see which borders are applied to the selected cells. To remove just the bottom border, I can select Bottom to remove its checkbox, and the border is removed. To remove all the borders, I can pull that menu down and choose None. If I wanted to remove all the borders from the table, I could select the entire table by holding down the Option key and double-clicking on any content in the table. That selects the whole table and then I could pull down ...

Adding borders to table cells
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Adding borders to table cells provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Maria Langer as part of the Word for Mac 2011 Essential Training

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Business
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Word for Mac
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