Removing border around text boxes?

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Removing border around text boxes?

Postby JGahn » Mon, 12 Jan 2004 07:31:22 GMT

I'd like to remove the border that is automatically put 
around text boxes.  I tried borders & shading, but it 
says it has "none".  I tried clicking on a couple of the 
border options to be sure & it inserts new lines inside 
the border that's created when I open the text box. I 
don't want any lines at all around some labels I'm 
making.  Is this possible?

Thanks.

Re: Removing border around text boxes?

Postby Suzanne S. Barnhill » Mon, 12 Jan 2004 08:01:27 GMT

Double-click on the border of the text box to bring up the Format Text Box
dialog. On the Colors and Lines tab, choose No Line.







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