How to Remove Lines from a Word 2007 Table

You can use the Table Tools Design tab in Word 2007 to remove border lines from your tables. This is useful if you want a table without any lines, such as a one-column, two-row table to put a picture and its caption in your text.

1

Select the table.

The Table Tools Design tab appears on the Ribbon.

2

Click the Borders command button to display the Borders menu.

This button is located in the Table Styles group.

3

Choose No Border.

Word removes the table’s borders.

Having no lines (borders) in a table makes working with the table more difficult. The solution is to show the table gridlines, which aren’t printed. To do that, select the table and choose the Show Gridlines command from the Borders menu.

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