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Default How do I get rid of grey boxes around cells in my Word table?

I am using a Word template to create a resume. I see on my screen grey boxes
around the cells (the template is set up as a Word table). The grey boxes
don't print, but I want to be able to hide them on screen, so that when I
send the resume electronically, it will look like the template design had
intended, sans the ugly grey boxes around everything.
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See http://sbarnhill.mvps.org/WordFAQs/HideGridlines.htm

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I am using a Word template to create a resume. I see on my screen grey

boxes
around the cells (the template is set up as a Word table). The grey boxes
don't print, but I want to be able to hide them on screen, so that when I
send the resume electronically, it will look like the template design had
intended, sans the ugly grey boxes around everything.


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