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Word Document problem

In print layout I am getting border line default but not able to remove. Could you please assist me?

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Re: Word Document problem

Dear subhasish, you would like to check in your page border settings. Go to formatting and then border, you must've selected border by default on settings. Change it to none. It must be applied to whole document too.

Just change the default settings and you'd be able to print without it :)

please press fixya if that has helped you.

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How do you make lines appear on an excel sheet?

I'm not sure what Version you're using, so I'll assume after Excel 2010.
At the top of the page, under the Home tab and directly under the Font window, there is an icon which looks like a window frame (dotted all around except on the bottom edge).
In your spreadsheet you have to select the area you want to work on. You can select a single cell to add lines to or the whole spreadsheet. Click on the icon I described above and a menu box will pop down. There many choices which allow you to select lines on all sides of your work. I prefer the one at the bottom which says 'More Borders'. With that window you select the edges you want lines on, the thickness/type of the line, or put an outline.
I think that's enough for now and I hope that gets you started.

Aug 12, 2014 | Microsoft Excel 2010

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I loaded MS Office 2003 on a new laptop running Windows 7, only to find that Word opens as a blank page with no toolbars, rulers etc - only the writing area. Excell works ok

The Word 2003 Window When Word is first started, a new blank page titled Document1 is opened automatically. This is a fresh page where you can begin typing a new document.
  • At the top of the window is a row of menus, including File, Edit and View.
  • Below that row of menus is a row of buttons for various tools (collectively called the "toolbars") to use in creating and editing your document.
Layouts in Word 2003
Normal - Normal is the default Word 2003 view. It shows just the text that you are working on, without margins or header and footer information. It doesn't differentiate between different pages of text.
Web Layout - The Web Layout displays the document as if it were a web page
Print Layout - The Print Layout shows the entire page you are working on, including margins, header and footer information. It shows the layout of the text on the page the way it would be displayed if printed.

Feb 05, 2010 | Microsoft Office 2003 Small Business...

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Printing problem in Microsoft Word 2003

Does the bottom border show up in Print Preview? Some printers will not print the full page, to include the border if it is too close to the papers edge. If you adjust the border to be further away from the pages edge, it should print. Instead of applying a page border, you may have to draw a border using a rectangle shape and apply the desired line style.
You can also try to adjust the border margin to measure from "edge of page" instead of measure from "text". This setting is on the options button located on the page border tab under the Borders and Shading window. This may allow you to adjust the margin enough to be able to print the border.

Apr 09, 2009 | Microsoft Word 2003 for PC

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Most likely this is an issue with your print margins. Try changing the margins by making them smaller.

May 29, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007:...

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You may need to adjust your margins so that the bottom border shows. In other words, go to file> page layout>margins and adjust the bottom margin to a lower number, the check print preview.

If that does not work, try checking the border settings. Perhaps line weight has been set to 0 or color has been set to white or no color for the bottom, causing it to be invisible.

May 29, 2008 | Microsoft Office Standard 2007: Windows

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first you must see the printpreview before you print the documents you want to print so that no error upon printing the hardcopy,

hope it will help...

May 28, 2008 | Microsoft Office Standard 2007: Windows

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Go to Format - Borders and shading and choose border type, style, color etc.

Apr 10, 2008 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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