Excel Word copying info from Excel to Word without gridlines / bor


G

Guest

Is thera way to copy information from an excel spreadsheet and paste it into
a Word document without the table / chart gridlines showing? I know taking
off the border or selecting not to show gridlines would be the obvious
answer. However I need to do this over and over from different excel
spreadsheet to the same Word document. Is it possible?
 
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K

Ken Johnson

Is thera way to copy information from an excel spreadsheet and paste it into
a Word document without the table / chart gridlines showing? I know taking
off the border or selecting not to show gridlines would be the obvious
answer. However I need to do this over and over from different excel
spreadsheet to the same Word document. Is it possible?

In Word use Edit|Paste Special...|Unformatted text

Ken Johnson
 
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Guest

Hope this may be useful
Select the table. Use Table|convert table-text
Regards
Sridhar
 

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