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can the line that borders a text box be removed

Postby ZGVsaWdhbA » Fri, 17 Dec 2004 19:17:04 GMT

I'm trying to create an address label with a picture to the left of the text. 
The text box has a thin black line that borders the text box. Can this line 
be removed? I've tried going into Format>borders and shading to remove it, 
but can't. 

Re: can the line that borders a text box be removed

Postby Jezebel » Fri, 17 Dec 2004 20:00:55 GMT

Right-click the textbox, select Format Text Box, select the Colors and Lines
tab, set the line color to No Line.








text.
line



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