In previous post, I’ve shown you how to hide andgridlines in Excel. But do you know how to insert and in Word? Although they cannot be printed, but gridlines give users the feeling of writing on real paper and also allow text to be aligned. Let’s see how to achieve it.
1. First, go to Layout tab, click the small arrow at the bottom right corner of Page Setup section.
2. Then the Page Setup window will pop out. Switch to Document Grid tab and hit Drawing Grid… button at the bottom.
3. Here in the Grid and Guides popping out window, check the box of Display gridlines on screen, and enter the number “2” in the textbox after Horizontal every.
4. Hit OK to confirm the settings, then the gridlines will be displayed throughout the whole document like below.
Note: if you want to delete the gridlines, just follow aboving steps to uncheck Display gridlines on screen and click OK, then the document will be restored.