Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Toggle Visibility of Table Borders

Created: Wednesday, January 22, 2014, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 3:30 am

While PowerPoint allows you to create tables in various ways — from inserting them with a pre-decided number of rows and columns to something as intuitive as actually drawing your own table, most of the tables you create using either of these two methods will show borders between individual cells. These borders are great and they make the segregation between cells obvious. Yet, what if you don’t want to see the border altogether? The Border options allow you to make some of table borders visible/invisible for the entire table, or for a bunch of contagious table cells that are selected.

Learn how to toggle the visibility of table borders in PowerPoint 2011 for Mac.

Categories: office_mac, powerpoint_2011, tables, tutorials

Related Posts

Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Fills and Effects for Tables With the help of tables in PowerPoint you can make your numerical data or other content look organized, and make it easier for your audiences to qui...
Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Set Line Weight for Table Borders While drawing tables, you might have noticed that the table borders are thin with just 1pt. weight (thickness). And truly speaking, you may not need...
Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Set Line Style for Table Borders The borders for tables that you create within PowerPoint are thin lines by default. You can change the thickness of these borders -- but even befo...
Learn PowerPoint 2011 for Mac: Set Color for Table Borders By default, the table borders in PowerPoint take the color from the Theme applied to the presentation. However, you can change this color as require...

Filed Under: Uncategorized
Tagged as: , , ,

No Comments

Microsoft and the Office logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

Plagiarism will be detected by Copyscape

© 2000-2018, Geetesh Bajaj - All rights reserved.

since November 02, 2000