My Ms Word is showing Gridlines?

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Somebody interfered with my computer and specifically my Ms Word , and every time I open it only shows Grid lines. Even after uninstalling and installing it still brings the same thing when I try to open. What should i do or which settings should I change to make my word be reset to a blank document when I open?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #86184

My Ms Word is showing Gridlines?

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Drawing gridlines appear only in Print Layout view.
 
On the View tab, in the Show/Hide group, select the Gridlines check box.
You can change the spacing between gridlines and the starting point for gridlines. To temporarily override grid settings, press ALT as you drag or draw an object.
Answered By 0 points N/A #86185

My Ms Word is showing Gridlines?

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To hide gridlines you may follow the following steps.

  • Open the word document in Print Layout view
  • Click on View tab
  • Uncheck the option ‘Gridlines’ in Show/Hide group
  • Save the file and close the application.
  • If your word file opens with gridlines again it is a problem with the template.
  • Then use a blank document and use the same steps to hide gridlines and save the file as a template named as ‘normal.dot’  in  

C:Documents and SettingsUsernameApplication DataMicrosoftTemplates.

For the next time when you open word your file will be with hidden gridlines.

If it is another user in your computer the same problem will arise as you saved the template in the above folder.

Answered By 0 points N/A #86186

My Ms Word is showing Gridlines?

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Show or hide drawing gridlines

Drawing gridlines appear only in Print Layout view.

  • On the View tab, in the Show/Hide group, select the Gridlines check box.

You can change the spacing between gridlines and the starting point for gridlines. To temporarily override grid settings, press ALT as you drag or draw an object.

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