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Hi all,

It doesn't appear to be a table, but everytime i open MS Word even if it is
a new document it always displays gridlines on the whole page which looks
like a graphing paper. But when clicking print preview the gridlines are not
visible. Does anyone encountered this problem?
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It is not a 'problem' but merely the formatting grid. Turn it off from the
drawing toolbar draw grid.

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JustAsking wrote:
Hi all,

It doesn't appear to be a table, but everytime i open MS Word even if
it is a new document it always displays gridlines on the whole page
which looks like a graphing paper. But when clicking print preview
the gridlines are not visible. Does anyone encountered this problem?



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