Linking excel object to word

jlyman06

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I selected rows of data in excel and copied them to create an object in word. I used paste special to paste the object to word using a link to a microsoft excel object. When I go to print the page in word that contains the excel object, it is showing the gridelines from the excel object. However, I do not want the gridelines to show, I just want it to be a white background. How can I change this?
 

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BrianB

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Copy in Excel then Edit/Paste special ... unformatted unicode text
 

mikerickson

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I'm guessing that those are Word table lines rather than Excel cell lines. That can be controled by the Borders setting on the Word table.
 

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