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Version: 2008 Operating System: Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) Processor: Power PC hi there, made my resume on Word using the Vitae template from the Project Gallery. There are light gray gridlines where my job experience is, and they won't disappear. I tried going to Table and unclicking gridlines, that appears to work but then when i save it and re-open-- the gridlines are back. am going bananas! any ideas? thanks.
I have an excel spreadsheet which holds comments in cells of varying length. On a weekly basis I merge this information into a Word document which contains a table. Sometimes, not always, the text is limited to 255 characters and therefore misses the rest of the comments, but sometimes it does not and all the words are there. Can I control this?
I'm using Word 2000 on Windows XP Home. Today I worked on a document with a lot of text-heavy tables. To better accomodate the text I changed the cell padding (internal table margins) from the default 0.08" to 0.02" left and right. When this file was later opened and revised in Word 97, my padding settings had disappeared -- when I received the file back the padding was again at 0.08." I believe that the padding option didn't exist in Word 97. Is there anyway to have my Word 2000 settings stick in Word 97 or should I just redo all the tables using the default 0.08" padding? What effect would it have to set Word 2000 to "disable features not available in Word 97." I just changed to that setting, but find that I can still go to Table Properties and change the cell margins. If this is a feature unavailable in W97, why does it let me use it? Thank you.
When opening docs that were created with an older version of Word. The last row of table text before a page break is missing text. This is only in print layout view. If your switch to Draft view, the text is there. Anyone know of a fix?