My wife has made an invoice in Word (2003) by pasting cells from an Excel (2003) sheet, so that the figures will be calculated as she types them in.In the past, when she has printed, it has not printed the gridlines.However, after having to re-install the printer after a problem, the gridlines are now showing in the printed documents.Can anyone suggest how the document can be printed WITHOUT the gridlines?ThanxDD
Double-click a cell in the embedded Excel sheet to make the sheet 'active' then, from Word's menus, select "Tools > Options". In the View tab, take the tick out of Gridlines.
Thanx mgmccThat works, however, it also takes the gridlines from "view", as she wants to be able to see them on screen but not print them.It used to work fine until we had a problem with our printer see here click her
It used to work fine until we had a problem with our printer see here click here
Try Excel Page Setup/Sheet to get to Gridlines checkbox.Page Setup maybe found in Print Preview.
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