Knowledgebase: Microsoft Powerpoint
Gridlines in a Microsoft Word table don't appear in my printed PowerPoint document?
Posted by - NA - on 17 May 2006 03:22 AM

To print vertical and horizontal lines between the cells of a Word table, you must apply borders to the table.

The easiest way to do this is to automatically apply predefined combinations of borders and shading by using the Table AutoFormat command on the Table menu in Word. Alternatively, you can design your own combinations by using the options in the Borders and Shading dialog box (click Borders and Shading on the Word Format menu).

You can also create a table directly in Microsoft PowerPoint by clicking Insert Table .

Note: When you create a table directly in PowerPoint, the gridlines that appear on the screen also appear in printed versions, even when no borders are applied.

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