Remove a page border

Remove a page border

You remove a border by changing the page border setting to None.

  1. On the Design tab, choose Page Borders.

    Page Borders button

  2. In the Borders and Shading dialog box, in the Apply to list, choose the page (or pages) you want to remove the border from.

  3. Under Setting, choose None.

    Page border settings dialog box

Remove a page border

  1. On the Page Layout tab, in the Page Background group, select Page Borders.

    Word 2010 Page Border tab of Borders and Shading dialog box

  2. In the Borders and Shading dialog box, on the Page Border tab, under Setting, choose None.

Note: To remove the border from only one edge of the document—for example, to remove all but the top border—select the borders that you want to remove in the diagram under Preview.

If you’ve added a border to a page in your document, you can remove it by changing the page border setting to None.

  • Go to Design > Page Borders.

    On the Design tab, the Page Borders option is highlighted

  • In the Borders and Shading box, on the Page Border tab, select the arrow next to Apply to and choose the page (or pages) you want to remove the border from.

    Apply to menu with Whole document highlighted.

  • Under Setting, select None, and then select OK.

    Page Border tab with the None setting highlighted.

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