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OUtlook 2003 has bold line separators between emails in inbox - How to remove them?

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I am using outlook 2003, which was upgraded from Outlook XP.  In XP there were no line separators, but in 2003 there are bold line separators between all my emails in my inbox now.  Does anyone know if there is a way to remove the line separators, or at least not make them so bold?  Thanks.
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Make sure you are looking at your inbox.  Have one of your emails highlighted.

Go to View > Arrange By > Current View> Define Views>

Hight Current View Setting

Click Modify

Click Other Settings

You'll see a column called Grid Lines and Group Heading, Change the grid lines to none.

Click Ok.
Click Ok.
Click Apply View
Then Close.
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Perfect, thank you!  I never would have found that.
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