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  1. naru

    naru New Member

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    Hi,

    I made my CV using tables in MS Word.

    Two probs with that:

    1- It's one page long, but there's a second blank page that just won't go away.

    How do I do delete that?

    2- Is there any way (maybe using macros) that the document can automatically hides gridlines in the PC where it is opened, cause otherwise it looks really bad.

    I used Microsoft Word 2000.

    Please help.
     
  2. gaurav_indian

    gaurav_indian CG Artist

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    Just move the cursor to the blank page and then press delete.It's done.
     
  3. Ramakrishnan

    Ramakrishnan The Researcher

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    Regarding removing blank lines, go to format>borders and shading>border>none. press OK. Now come to table>show/hide grid lines as per your requirement.
     
  4. sude

    sude Tech'ing life seriously!!

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    u can do one thing...click on the last space on the last line of the page having your CV details and then click [DELETE] once or twice... and voila... the blank page is gone...

    -SUDE
     
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