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applying a stroke to table rows but not to the columns

Community Beginner ,
Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021

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is there a way? i want to see the table’s row’s strokes but not the table’s column’s strokes.

 

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Explorer , Oct 25, 2021 Oct 25, 2021
You can set the weight of the column or row strokes by selecting your table and setting the weight of the lines in the Control Panel (0 pt for no line)

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You can set the weight of the column or row strokes by selecting your table and setting the weight of the lines in the Control Panel (0 pt for no line)

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control panel? can you please provide the path? thanks!

 

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Window / Control

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Community Beginner ,
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thanks but i still don’t get it... the stroke weight i see is for both the rows and columns... i can’t see how to set different stroke weights. 😞

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oh s**t nevermind! you need to click them in the little box you pointed to. thanks soooo much. genius!

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Explorer ,
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Sorry, I wasn't specific about that. That woulda helped. 😄

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haha, saul goodman! honestly, thanks so much for your help!!!

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I would use the Table Options, or better yet, a Table Style.

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