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In word 2003 how can I print my gridlines
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Are you referring to the borders of table cells?  Select all the table cells, and then go to Format > Borders & Shading... and then click the "All" button under Settings.

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Actually, it was the gridline from the drawing toolbar and I figured out it can't be done.

thanks
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Ah, okay.  That makes more sense.  :)
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Contrain,

I don't believe I actually answered your question here.  You may want to post to Customer Service and ask them to refund your points.

Cheers,
Galisteo8
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