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How to Remove Table Borders in Google Docs

Google Docs has a feature where you can insert a table.

The table can be 1×1, 3×3, 6×6, or any rows and columns.

You can use the table feature to center a text horizontally and vertically.

This can be done by editing the “Minimum row height” in the table properties.

However, if you want to only display the text, you need to remove the table borders.

In this guide, you’ll learn how to remove table borders/lines in Google Docs.

How to remove table borders in Google Docs

Remove table borders in Google Docs

How to remove table borders in Google Docs

  1. Open Google Docs.
  2. Insert a table.
  3. Highlight the entire table.
  4. Click on the “Border Width” option on the top navigation bar.
  5. Select “0pt”.

After you’ve selected “0pt”, the table borders/lines will be removed.

Now, only the text in the table will be shown.

However, you still can edit the text as normal.

You can bring back the table border by changing the border width to “0.5pt”.

You’ve successfully learned how to remove table borders in Google Docs!

How to remove table lines in Google Docs

Remove table lines in Google Docs

How to remove table lines in Google Docs

  1. Highlight the entire table.
  2. Click on the “Border Width” option on the top navigation bar.
  3. Select “0pt”.

The steps above are similar to the first method.

When you set the “Border Width” to “0pt”, it will be deleted from the table.

However, the text in the table will be kept.

You can change the alignment of the table by right-clicking it and selecting “Table properties”.

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