How to turn off the print gridlines in Excel?
When you return to the Normal view from the Page Break Preview or Page Layout views in Excel, there will display some print gridliines as below screenshot shown, which is somewhat anoyying in some times. In this article, I will tell you how to turn off this bothersome lines in Excel.
There is an option that can turn off or turn on the print gridlines as you need in Excel.
Click File > Options, and in the Excel Options dialog, click Advanced from the left pane, and go to scroll to Display options to this worksheet section in the right pane, and uncheck Show page breaks option. see screenshot:
Click OK to go back to the sheet, and then the print gridlines are hidden.
If you have Kutools for Excel, its View Options utility can quickly set same usually used options as possible as you can.
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Click Kutools > Show & Hide > View Options, and then uncheck Page breaks to disable the print gridlines, and click Ok to close the dialog. See screenshot:
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