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I want to delete the edge borders of a table so that I just have the horizontal lines. I cannot see a way to do this. If I try to select one side or the other it selects the whole table. If I choose one of the table grid selections it does not let me then edit the individual borders. Changing the colours or the strokes does not seem to have any impact either? How do I turn off the edge borders? Thanks in anticipation.

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What if you want the left and right column strokes to be white and the line separating the Rows to be clear except top and bottom of each cell?

Like this:

 

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Murray Swift
Retired Graphic Designer – Publisher / Photo / Designer
iMac Senoma, iPad

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mswift: Just to be clear, are you saying that:
1) you managed to get what you wanted without using ‘spacer columns’ once but can't repeat it, or,
2) you couldn’t get the ‘spacer columns’ to work.
It’s just that I’m not entirely sure what you meant by “it” in “I actually managed to do it”.

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14 hours ago, GarryP said:

mswift: Just to be clear, are you saying that:
1) you managed to get what you wanted without using ‘spacer columns’ once but can't repeat it, or,
2) you couldn’t get the ‘spacer columns’ to work.
It’s just that I’m not entirely sure what you meant by “it” in “I actually managed to do it”.

Managed to get what you wanted without using ‘spacer columns’ once but can't repeat it!

First one worked but cant repeat it on last row.

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Murray Swift
Retired Graphic Designer – Publisher / Photo / Designer
iMac Senoma, iPad

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Unfortunately I can’t replicate what you did in a nice way.
I thought I might have had a solution using the ordering of strokes but that didn’t work.
I can do it with two tables (see attached image, where the top one Erases parts of the one underneath) but I don’t consider that a good solution.
More experimentation needed.
Maybe someone else can come up with something they can explain.

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