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How do I get my gridlines to show while typing lables??

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by EBaileySNR, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. EBaileySNR

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  3. Joseph Meehan

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    First I suggest that you use the big white area to type your question
    and add information, like what program you are using.

    Sorry. This is a newsgroup dedicated to questions about Access, the
    database program in Office Professional. It appears your question may not
    be related to these subjects. The Microsoft help system is not all that
    clear and may have misdirected you here.

    It is best to ask your questions in a newsgroup dedicated to the
    subject of your question. You should find people better able to address
    your problem there.
    http://tc2.atspace.com/0013-HowToSearch.htm#FindNewsgroup may help.


    Note: It is always best to indicate the name and version of any
    program(s) you may be using when asking a question and also indicate the
    operating system (like Windows XP or 98) when you ask a question.

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    Joseph Meehan

    Dia duit
    "EBaileySNR" <EBaileySNR@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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  4. EBaileySNR

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    Ok, I will try again.

    I am currently using MS Office 95. I am in the process of typing up lables.
    yesterday I had the grid lines to show each individual lables and now those
    gridlines are gone and its hard to determine where i should start a new lable
    if my a portion of my lables have already been used from a previous printing.

    How do I get my gridlines back??

    "Joseph Meehan" wrote:

    > First I suggest that you use the big white area to type your question
    > and add information, like what program you are using.
    >
    > Sorry. This is a newsgroup dedicated to questions about Access, the
    > database program in Office Professional. It appears your question may not
    > be related to these subjects. The Microsoft help system is not all that
    > clear and may have misdirected you here.
    >
    > It is best to ask your questions in a newsgroup dedicated to the
    > subject of your question. You should find people better able to address
    > your problem there.
    > http://tc2.atspace.com/0013-HowToSearch.htm#FindNewsgroup may help.
    >
    >
    > Note: It is always best to indicate the name and version of any
    > program(s) you may be using when asking a question and also indicate the
    > operating system (like Windows XP or 98) when you ask a question.
    >
    > --
    > Joseph Meehan
    >
    > Dia duit
    > "EBaileySNR" <EBaileySNR@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:09FF1FEA-5517-45D2-98B1-2F5FCD8660E3@microsoft.com...
    > >

    >
    >
    >
     
  5. Joan Wild

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    MS Office contains multiple programs. Are you using Word, Excel, Publisher,
    Access (all of these can make labels). Look at the blue titlebar at the top
    of your screen - that'll tell you what program you are using.

    It's likely a setting somewhere in Tools, Options, but you have to be more
    specific.


    --
    Joan Wild
    Microsoft Access MVP

    EBaileySNR wrote:
    > Ok, I will try again.
    >
    > I am currently using MS Office 95. I am in the process of typing up
    > lables. yesterday I had the grid lines to show each individual lables
    > and now those gridlines are gone and its hard to determine where i
    > should start a new lable if my a portion of my lables have already
    > been used from a previous printing.
    >
    > How do I get my gridlines back??
    >
    > "Joseph Meehan" wrote:
    >
    >> First I suggest that you use the big white area to type your
    >> question and add information, like what program you are using.
    >>
    >> Sorry. This is a newsgroup dedicated to questions about Access,
    >> the database program in Office Professional. It appears your
    >> question may not be related to these subjects. The Microsoft help
    >> system is not all that clear and may have misdirected you here.
    >>
    >> It is best to ask your questions in a newsgroup dedicated to the
    >> subject of your question. You should find people better able to
    >> address your problem there.
    >> http://tc2.atspace.com/0013-HowToSearch.htm#FindNewsgroup may help.
    >>
    >>
    >> Note: It is always best to indicate the name and version of any
    >> program(s) you may be using when asking a question and also indicate
    >> the operating system (like Windows XP or 98) when you ask a question.
    >>
    >> --
    >> Joseph Meehan
    >>
    >> Dia duit
    >> "EBaileySNR" <EBaileySNR@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    >> news:09FF1FEA-5517-45D2-98B1-2F5FCD8660E3@microsoft.com...
     
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