While PowerPoint allows you to create tables in various ways, from inserting them with a pre-decided number of rows and columns to something as intuitive as actually drawing your own table, most of the tables you create using either of these two methods will show borders between individual cells. These borders are great and they make the segregation between cells obvious. Yet, what if you don’t want to see the border altogether? Let us first understand that not seeing the border is not the same as getting rid of the border altogether, the latter happens when you merge cells, or even when you erase some borders. However, what if you just want to cosmetically hinder the visibility of the border, as in a border that exists but is not visible. The Border options allow you to make some of table borders visible/invisible for the entire table, or for a bunch of contagious table cells that are selected.
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