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How to Erase Line in Table in MS Word

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You can create tables in Word for many reasons. It is possible to create tables in Word that manipulate data, like a spreadsheet program. You can also create tables in Word to simply store data. Alternatively, you can use them to help you structure the layout of document content. 

To create a basic structured of table in Word, click the “Insert” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “Table” button in the “Tables” button group to display a drop-down menu.

When you roll your mouse pointer over the grid, the table’s dimensions appear above the grid as the number of columns by the number of rows. 

With you table created, you can easily erase any of the lines that make up your table using the Ribbon. to do that,

Click the Table Layout or Table Tools Layout tab in the Ribbon.

Note: Layout tab and Ribbon tabs may display in a different way (with or without text) depending on your version of Word,

select the table, Click on the Eraser tool in the Draw Borders group.  

  • Your mouse pointer then turns into an eraser.
  • Place the mouse pointer over the table line to remove
  • Then click and drag the mouse over the line to erase.


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