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Topic # 70012 16-Oct-2010 14:01
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Just updated Office to 2010 onto laptop with Vista, and another with XP

In relation to MS Word 2010...

On the Vista laptop for some reason there are default crop marks or border marks in each corner of the pages that I cannot get rid of.  They do not appear on the XP machine.

I can't for the life of me find where to turn them off.  Search/help hasn't been much use as I don't know what to call them to start with which is half the problem.

They are inverted "L" shaped marks in each corner of the page, much like I have seen before when printing photographs when the similar marks give you a guide where to cut.









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  Reply # 392861 17-Oct-2010 16:34
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Never mind, after a couple of days going back and forth between the help and office menus and settings I found it under advanced menus simply called 'crop marks'.

Whew! What a pain for something so simple....







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