Hide artboard borders/edges

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Apr 28, 2022 Apr 28, 2022

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Is there any way to hide artboard edges (individually or all of them)? 

 

I'm designing a header in amockup template. I set it up in Illustrator so that the mockup template format is the larger artboard around the header design, and the actual header design is on a smaller artboard within the template. For showing the design in context I'd like to be able to show the design together with the template but without the inner/smaller artboard edges (dark hairlines) showing. 
Is there a way to turn off individual (or all) artboard edges, or can I turn of individual artboards alltogether?

 

See the simplified visual reference attached to understand what I'm trying to doai_hiding_artboard-edges_no.jpgai_hiding_artboard-edges_yes.jpg

Thank you!

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Not individually, though you can hide all artboards (View > Hide Artboards)

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You may activate the larger artboard and then choose View menu > Presentation Mode.

 

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