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Default Cell Bottom-Border becomes Upper-Border on Next Page

I have a table with Column2 having cells with bottom-borders. The trouble
is, when the table breaks to another page, the first cell of Column2 has a
upper-border, which I don't want. If I format the borders for that cell to
not show an upper border, I lose the bottom-border on the preceding page's
Column2 cell.

How can I avoide the upper border "appearing" in the cell?

TIA


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Default Cell Bottom-Border becomes Upper-Border on Next Page

I should have said "...when the table breaks to another page, the first cell
of Column2 on the new page has an upper-border...", to be clearer.

TIA

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I have a table with Column2 having cells with bottom-borders. The trouble
is, when the table breaks to another page, the first cell of Column2 has a
upper-border, which I don't want. If I format the borders for that cell to
not show an upper border, I lose the bottom-border on the preceding page's
Column2 cell.

How can I avoide the upper border "appearing" in the cell?

TIA




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Default Cell Bottom-Border becomes Upper-Border on Next Page

zSplash,
Go to the last row of the preceeding page remove the bottom line of that
cell(s) that should give you what you want. If I understood correctly that
is.

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Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)


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I should have said "...when the table breaks to another page, the first
cell of Column2 on the new page has an upper-border...", to be clearer.

TIA

"zSplash" wrote in message
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I have a table with Column2 having cells with bottom-borders. The trouble
is, when the table breaks to another page, the first cell of Column2 has a
upper-border, which I don't want. If I format the borders for that cell
to not show an upper border, I lose the bottom-border on the preceding
page's Column2 cell.

How can I avoide the upper border "appearing" in the cell?

TIA






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Default Cell Bottom-Border becomes Upper-Border on Next Page

Thanks for responding, Luc, but that doesn't solve it. I want the last cell
(in the column that's all bottom-bordered) on the page to be
bottom-bordered, while the first cell on the next page to have no
top-border. If I remove the bottom-border formatting of the last cell on
the page, the top bordering on the subsequent cell is cleared, but the last
cell is not bottom-underlined).

Any other ideas, guys? TIA

"Luc" wrote in message
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zSplash,
Go to the last row of the preceeding page remove the bottom line of that
cell(s) that should give you what you want. If I understood correctly that
is.

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)


"zSplash" schreef in bericht
...
I should have said "...when the table breaks to another page, the first
cell of Column2 on the new page has an upper-border...", to be clearer.

TIA

"zSplash" wrote in message
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I have a table with Column2 having cells with bottom-borders. The
trouble is, when the table breaks to another page, the first cell of
Column2 has a upper-border, which I don't want. If I format the borders
for that cell to not show an upper border, I lose the bottom-border on
the preceding page's Column2 cell.

How can I avoide the upper border "appearing" in the cell?

TIA








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Default Cell Bottom-Border becomes Upper-Border on Next Page

Select the table, then go to TableTable Properties & click the Borders &
Shading button. Click 'None' from the settings on the left, then on the
right click the 2nd (Inside Horizontal) & 3rd (Bottom) buttons. That should
do the trick... At least it works here

HTH |:)
Bob Jones
[MVP] Office:Mac



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"zSplash" wrote:

Thanks for responding, Luc, but that doesn't solve it. I want the last cell
(in the column that's all bottom-bordered) on the page to be
bottom-bordered, while the first cell on the next page to have no
top-border. If I remove the bottom-border formatting of the last cell on
the page, the top bordering on the subsequent cell is cleared, but the last
cell is not bottom-underlined).

Any other ideas, guys? TIA

"Luc" wrote in message
...
zSplash,
Go to the last row of the preceeding page remove the bottom line of that
cell(s) that should give you what you want. If I understood correctly that
is.

--
Luc Sanders
(MVP - PowerPoint)


"zSplash" schreef in bericht
...
I should have said "...when the table breaks to another page, the first
cell of Column2 on the new page has an upper-border...", to be clearer.

TIA

"zSplash" wrote in message
...
I have a table with Column2 having cells with bottom-borders. The
trouble is, when the table breaks to another page, the first cell of
Column2 has a upper-border, which I don't want. If I format the borders
for that cell to not show an upper border, I lose the bottom-border on
the preceding page's Column2 cell.

How can I avoide the upper border "appearing" in the cell?

TIA









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