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What is this crop mark type symbol in Word 2007?

Posted on 2014-03-25
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Someone has these crop type marks showing in every Word document they open

I don't know what they are called, so can't find any relevant option to turn them off

What are they / how can they be hidden again?
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Question by:RedLondon
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Text boundaries,

Options > Advanced > scroll down to show document content > Show Crop Marks
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Yes, they are crop marks. They can be shown or hidden via Word Options>Advanced>Show document content section.
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