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Old 10-18-2012, 03:34 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by Bahb View Post
Sounds simple, and probably is for someone who didn't spend so many years using the Office versions that had some acquaintance with being intuitive. I created the table, added the text, printed the test. "Adjusting" is another thing. I need the whole thing down much lower on the page and have no idea how to remove the borders. Everything I think might work just ends up adding to or changing what I had already made perfect except for the placement on the page and removing the borders.

Any ideas appreciated,
Bahb

Let me try: (I know this might not be exactly what you want but it will give you an idea to try and then adapt to your needs.)

Make a table, two rows, two columns. Type your text into one of the cells, right click & select cell alignment, I chose the middle one to center. Test print, adjust by dragging the table borders (just like older versions) to give more room. Copy & paste text into other cells. To remove borders: right click, chose borders & shading, chose none.

Note: This is not the only way to do this, just my way.
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