Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Show Gridlines In Microsoft Word 2007

 Gridlines help in setting the tabs or estimating the spacing between the lines or showing the borders, start and stop of page. In Microsoft word we can do it in a single step.



To set up gridlines in Microsoft word 2007: 

1) Drawing gridlines appear only in Print Layout view.

2) On the View tab, in the Show/Hide group, select the Gridlines check box.



We can change the spacing between gridlines and the starting point for gridlines. To temporarily override grid settings, press ALT as we drag or draw an object.

Uncheck the gridlines box to hide the lines on the document

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